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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... the valleys encircling the Palestinian towns.
Generally the West Bank seems to be quite dirty with a lot of rubbish blowing around the area. We travelled a long way up to Jenin to visit a refugee camp. We were a little unsure as to why. We drove thru the tiny streets of this camp and stopped at a Film Studio. We all got off the bus and tramped into a smallish room, that had pictures of Arrafat and Kadaffi glaring at us from off the wall. We then had a long discourse ...
... Old City, filled with blossoming trees and shrubs. Marty was delighted, and we both felt the long walk was worth it. The dinner matched the setting. The downside of dining out in this area for just a couple is that you miss the wonderful array of mezze that usually precede the main course. But we were happy with the hummus and a kind of baba ghanoush whose name on their menu I forget. Then we had delicious kebabs of chicken, ...
After landing in Tel Aviv, the capitol of Israel, we took a bus trip to Jerusalem where we would spend the remainder of our trip. It was a beautiful ride - looks sort of like California - very hilly with apartment type buildings on both sides of the highway among the hills. As we soon discovered, looks can be deceiving - the road divided Muslims from Jews. Israel is about the size of New Jersey with a population of 8.5 million people - 76%% Jewish and 21% ...
... of my Judaism, but there I was, subconsciously waiting to feel it. But I don’t. This is a land full of history that concerns me, full of politics that affects Jews in other lands but that we don’t – or shouldn’t - really have a voice in, with contexts and consequences that we can’t fully understand from outside. I was looking forward to exploring, learning, experiencing, with more engagement than with, say, Belize, but still as a visitor, a ...
... the Fortress Antonia on the northwest corner of Temple Mount. It doesn't make much sense that Pilate stayed or worked there, however; Herod the Great's palace would have been much more likely, and that is along the western wall of the city. Anyway, the Via Dolorosa is marked by both Catholic and Muslim people and places, with some Jewish influence, as well. That led us to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, which to our eyes is a monstrosity ...