Prima Park Hotel Jerusalem
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... of the Jews being led unknowingly to their deaths in the gas
chambers. But on a lighter note, some countries resisted the Nazi
decree. Denmark saved all their Jewish population and Italy 80%!
This even UJ gave a fascinating talk on the efforts of the Christadelphians in saving children in the Kinder transport effort in 1939 to save Jewish ...
On Friday, the participants had a choice of 3 activities, City of David/Hezikiah's Tunnel, Yad V'Shem, and Beit Issie Shapiro (see below for explanation). Following each of these options the group toured the Old City, one group stumbling upon a flash mob.
We then returned to the hostel to prepare for Shabbat together. It was an uplifting and relaxing Shabbat, always made more special by being in Jerusalem.
Today, it was a morning of t'fillah (with ...
... teas, so bought a few of those, including some packaged to travel, with the intention of trying to take them home.
Another trip home to drop off our packages, then back to the same restaurant, where Emma was determined we were to try the Israeli specialty of burgers. We also had a basket of yam fries. ...
... continuously established (illegally by international Geneva Convention standards) in the West Bank. My first obvious question was “if there is a concern about safety…why would Israel continue to build illegal settlements in the West Bank, deep in Palestinian territory?” Is the wall really about safety, or a ploy to grab more land? I saw settlements all over the West Bank. The whole land thing is interesting. It is almost hard to ...
... br> I may have mentioned before, but cats are the most common animal in Jerusalem. Because she’s an animal lover, Jordy was quite pleased about this!
Deb and I had an exclusive excursion in the evening, just the two of us. We caught a taxi to near the Old City, and walked to the Damascus Gate. It is the main entry to the Muslim Quarter. As it stands now, the Gate was built in 1542 by Emperor Suleiman the Magnificent.
Exavations underneath ...