Prima Park Hotel Jerusalem
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... refrigerated, the biscuits were soft and spoonable. It was served with whipped cream and caramel. Absolutely delicious, and just the right amount.
Home to bed for an early night as we are off to meet Simon Woolf's uncle, John Ponger, at the Ramada Hotel at 10.00 - after breakfast, and before travelling to Tel ...
... about whether or not there really is a sincere effort to create a two state peace solution. And now Netanyahu’s recent election statements make it clear that there probably never was an intention on behalf of the Israeli government to allow a two-state solution. If one thinks about it, the land and religion conundrum is exactly why you can have an area C within an Area A – as is the case with Hebron, which is deep in the West Bank! ...
... of snow on the ground and sticking. VERY COOL.
However, that meant that most Israelis were (smartly) not driving. They don't know how to drive in the snow, so it's smart not to. There were very few cabs available at the train station and everybody was trying to see if somebody was going in their direction so they could split one, trying to see if the cab drivers had cab-driving friends who they could call to come pick people up, and trying to convince the ...
... sort of bug and was going to need to sleep and rest. This was such a bummer as we were planning on seeing more of Tel Aviv and meeting Noa, Beni and Daniela's daughter.
To make matters even less desirable, resting just on Saturday was not enough. And I did really rest! From the time I went to bed on Friday night, for the next 36 hours, I slept for 33 of those hours. I forced myself up ...
... a shrine; it was the home of God himself so it was magnificent. Solomon also built his palace just next door. It took seven years to build the temple but thirteen to build the palace so it must have been quite magnificent also! All this happened about 900BCE. In the innermost part of the Temple was the Holy of Holies where the Ark was kept. This was such a holy place that only the Chief Priest could enter and that was only once a year. So to the Jews it ...