Saint George St. 9, Jerusalem, 97200, Israel | Hotel
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Israel, Palestine & Jordan

A travel blog entry by alim58


... had a rushed lunch stop at a Nazareth cafe where we were given a pita pocket with salad and falafel and a coke ! In an out in 20 minutes as by this time we were way behind time due to really bad timekeeping by our guide. The ship had to be held back for us and one other bus trip so it was a real scurry to get back on time. A huge two days so it was showers and bed straight after dinner tonight! So tired with so much action! Great two days though really enjoyed ...

Inside the Old City of Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by greatescapes


... near the Jaffa Gate were built during the crusader period and you can see how they differ in structure and style from the first temple period walls exposed in several areas within the city. To get a feel of how it felt to walk through the gate, visit our video at:

There are four different quarters in the Old City: the Armenian, Jewish, Christian, and

Christmas + Jerusalem Part II

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds


... ends. They preferred to sing (very loudly) the "death trap" version of Jingle Bells. (Ask Olivia to explain.)

In some respects, this year's Christmas in the Leung-Brown Family wasn't so different despite being 7,000 miles away from home. I woke up early and plugged in the lights and put out the remaining presents. The kids woke up next and ogled at the gifts. A Brown family tradition is to open stockings before breakfast ...

MASA Shabbaton

A travel blog entry by rvenezia


... terms about saving people and murder and then a question was brought up. If there is a bomb about to explode and you have a suspect, can you torture him? It started a debate and a lot of people were saying, even if there is a 1% chance of stopping the attack, you have to torture. I was appalled. My friend from Hungary Boglarka was commenting to me that it is obvious that you torture him. I reacted and my liberal values came into context, I ...

Route 90, The Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by i_go_wandering


... appreciate the cats and dogs wandering around as well! You are surrounded by desert, so there is nothing to do outside of the complex, but there is a tropical garden and the views over the desert were fantastic. The downside was the price, food was really expensive, especially if you went for the buffet and drinks were about 7 each for a pint, also above my budget! That aside, it was a very peaceful being out in the desert under the stars and well worth the money paid.


This hotel, located on Saint George St. 9, Jerusalem, is near Kikar Kedumim, Independence Hall Museum, White City, and Ilana Goor Residence and Museum.
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