Prima Palace Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- TV Channel One Russia
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... their feelings and thoughts after experiencing the Kotel - for most of the teens, this was their first visit. We then returned to the hotel for the evening to sleep and prepare for Shabbat in Jerusalem!
Friday morning we returned to the Old City, this time taking a more in-depth tour, learning about the significance and history of the city's four quarters - Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and Armenian. The teens then competed in a scavenger hunt to ...
... was dreaming cos I can get the tour for 1000NIS. The tea was good and we departed friends with no sale.
I couldn't get into my room so I did a FREE walking tour. The tour was free for a reason. They advertised all their other tours and was a bit short on substance. I took some random photos and I will go back and show you the place later. In the meantime here are just some random snaps that you might or might not ...
... had stopped because of Shabbat, and the taxis were wanting exorbitant amounts because it was Shabbat, so we walked! It didn't take long, and was all flat or downhill. We dropped off our parcels, and headed out to Zabtinski again - creatures of habit!
... own very unholy purposes.
Perhaps when the Messiah comes through Jerusalem’s Golden Gate of Mercy to this holiest place of all, the problems will finally be resolved. I hope the Messiah is enough.
In the meantime, we Jews have the amazing Kotel and its plaza and underground areas, and all of its power and meaning. And the Muslims have al-Aqsa and the Dome of the Rock and the Noble Sanctuary. Perhaps someday we can both pray together for peace and it will just happen. In fact, that might be what is ...
... visiting the museum we headed to the Jewish Quarter of the Old
City and had lunch. Most of the group went to a sit down restaurant, but
my brother and I went to the local fast food joint. Schwarma, kebabs,
felafel, grilled chicken and more served on a pita or a bigger flatbread
that looked very similar to a burrito back home. I enjoyed my kebabs ...