Prima Palace Hotel
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... if you didn't get blisters. We also walked past dozens and dozens of jewellery shops. Most of them the real deal, I think, although there were one or two advertising "fake jewellery". Fortunately, nothing appealed. The gold is very yellow and brassy, and the designs very delicate and tizzy. I did see one pendant I quite liked in a secondhand jewellery shop (at least I think that's what the sign said - it's a bit hard to tell), but I couldn't tell ...
... truth. The Breaking the Silence movement (http://www.breakingthesilence.org.il/) , a group of former Israeli soldiers, have written and presented extensively about the frequent settler violence and atrocities, as well as the military abuses against the Palestinians. It is not only the frequency that is mind blowing, but the fact that most of these abuses go unprosecuted…leaving most Palestinians wondering if there can ever be justice in ...
... A few streets looked as if they had been plowed, but very few.
I passed a couple of people making snowmen, snow angels, or having snowball fights. It was so fun to see.
When I got to the Kotel, some people had already built a snowwoman in the plaza, but it was pretty empty. I have never seen it that empty before. Also, there were more women praying than men, which is something I've never seen before. When I joined, some of the boys on the men's side ...
... to see. Fortunately, before I even arrived in Israel I knew I would have to return - and now, all the more reason!
Words for the Day:
A Yiddish proverb:
"Man plans and God laughs."
דער מענטש טראַכ 96; און גאָט לאַכט
... base on which it was built by cutting and filling to the north, south and west to create a vast space the size of 23 soccer fields. This is the area that today is known as the Temple Mount although to the Muslims it is known as Haram esh-Sharif. Herod's Temple is the one visited by Jesus. It no longer remains because, when the Romans under Titus put down a rebellion in 70 CE, they destroyed the Temple. Today we saw some of the huge stones that were thrown down ...