Prima Park Hotel Jerusalem
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... others outside. It was so serene. However, I am glad I visited it. We taxi down to it, and the driver was something else I tell you. Trying to take us everywhere else, asking could he take us back, really being a pain. He would whisper to me and try to get me on his side, I kept referring him to John, ...
After a nine hour flight we landed in London for a ten hour layover. Luckily Ruthi has family in Twickenham, about 20 minutes from the airport, so we spent the afternoon there. We had a great walk around Hampton Palace and Gardens, one of Henry VIII's places, where the gardens were used to hunt deer and ...
... there is a large park containing many memorials which gave us time to slowly process. What we had seen. I am left with two questions. How do people endure? and, How do a people systematically abuse, degrade, torture and annihilate another people? And, I guess a third question, what does it mean about us that this degrading treatment of "the other" is so common?
After a brief stop at a cafe in Ein ...
It was 3 degrees when I got up at 7am! There was a little sun, though, and I couldn't wait to pull up the blind and see Jerusalem from our bedroom window. And there it was!
Lots of red terracotta tiled roofs nearby, then the flat-roofed Parliament Building – the Knesset.
The wind had dropped a lot. We drove to breakfast at the gorgeous Kadosh patisserie, another of Deb's inspired finds.
My order was called ...
... was not large enough to sustain the kind of new Temple complex he wished to create. Using Roman-style building techniques, he broadened the mountain itself artificially, an extra section of the mount built by adding arches and columns and retaining walls enclosing fill that would hold up the extended, flat platform on which to erect a masterpiece. Now he could construct this grand structure and its accompanying courtyards, stairways, and other buildings.