Prima Park Hotel Jerusalem
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Good Morning happy readers, so sorry with the delay in our blog. It's just been so busy, with so many places, people and possibilities.
Now Friday 4th September.
We awoke to Steve's iPhone alarm, merrily singing some strange tune (very similar to the wakening to prayers back in the old city)... just the only problem was he was having his 30 minute shower, and the alarm went for the whole time until he got out the shower. ...
... and Sarah living in a tent just like this one. Even though is was rather warm outside, this tent was remarkably cool, positioned to gain the refreshing breeze from the valley below. The roof was goats hair, thick and keeping the heat out. The floor was covered by mats woven together, so soft on the weary feet. We all sat on these mats and were served by the very generous Abraham. First all types of various salads, hummus, rice, falafels, spicy chicken drumsticks, pita bread, ...
... and 20 km east of Jerusalem in the Judean wilderness. Scholars continue to dispute whether the mountain currently known as Nebo is the same as the mountain referred to in Deuteronomy. As I don’t want to get in to a theological dispute let’s just say, for arguments sake, the Mt. Nebo we find ourselves standing on today and the Mt. Nebo mentioned in the bible are one and the same!
The view from the summit provided a panorama of the wilderness and ...
... tradiitonal hijabs) came up to Clarice and asked if they could have their picture taken with her (!). I think they thought she was somebody famous. For what it's worth, nobody asked me if they could have a picture taken with me...
While we were in Bethlehem we got a chance to see part of the separation Wall that Israel built about 10 years ago in response to a wave of terrorist bombings that had taken place in Israel. The Wall and the many checkpoints in ...
... air to the sites, no place for quiet contemplation and connection. Seeing Jews doven right in front of the wall was very powerful. But there is a huge open plaza in front of it with hordes of every type of tourist. Maayan said that on Tuesdays and Thursdays there are three or four Bar Mitzvahs going on at one time, back to back for the whole morning.
The Church of the Holy Sepulcher is built around the "exact" location ...