Prima Park Hotel Jerusalem
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- TV Channel One Russia
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Trishy didn't come today, she was a little nervous about it all, and poor Jude had overdone it the previous night with her rousing speech at the Shabbat meal, so the two stayed back in Jerusalem, and evidently visited the famous King David Motel (where all the world leaders stay when they come to israel) and had a high tea.
So we were all up bright and bubbly and left our apartments at 8:30 and walked the short distance to the YMCA where we were to meat our ...
... went down, down, down, and let us out on the tarmac. There we saw a little plane with propellors and a small set of stairs to climb up into it. The body of the plane was situated under the wings, and it cruised at 13,000 feet. But its purpose was to get us to Newark, and it did that noisily and with a good bit of vibration but efficiently and on time. But I was really frustrated that I had shut off my phone before checking in and ...
... teens got a taste of the IDF code of ethics and philosophy.
Next, we returned the hotel to pack and get ready to check out of our hotel, after which we will be heading to the Negev!
Tuesday morning we began with a community service project. We drove to the Jerusalem Hills Therapeutic Center outside of the village of Abu Ghosh. This center is a residential facility that serves children with behavioral and learning challenges, many of whom ...
... there stood an assistant with a whole plethora of tea bags (Earl Grey and English Breakfast), coffee (reg and decaf), sugar and of course coffee mate. Literally two minutes after the assistant had left our presence the in-house phone rang: ‘Hello, Mr Hodgson? ‘This is reception. I just want check someone deliver coffee tray’. How’s that for concern for the customer. They just couldn’t do enough for us!
Breakfast was not included and ...
Today is Passover, or as the Christians would have it, Good Friday. I did not realise that means the entire city shuts down. The place is a ghost town. The main streets, usually jammed with people, are deserted. I wouldn't be surprised to see tumble weed drifting by.
This of course posed a large problem for me earlier this evening when the fact that I'd eaten little since breakfast caught up with me. If I couldn't find something open, I'd be facing ...