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... it was, and that always annoys me. I might go back for another look. My only purchase was from a small shop with a sign "no bad hair days", where, after studying all the products I managed to sort out some mousse to try to eliminate my bad hair days, which are happening one after another!
On the way back from the mall we headed for Emma's butcher, thinking he might have some cold meat. I knew he wouldn't have ham, but we thought there might ...
My host, a Christian Palestinian living in Beit Sahour, right outside of Bethlehem, gave me further insight into Israeli Apartheid. He showed me his ID card that included vital details like address, date of birth, and…religion. Religion determines what one can access and where one stands within this society. I could not help but think that this ID was much like the “star of david” armbands and insignias that ...
... standard "shut up" in Hebrew to us, but then started throwing snowballs over the dividing wall at us. I have also never had snowballs thrown at me at the Kotel before. After the first few though, one of the guards and some of the husbands made the boys stop. The service continued and there was a Bat-Mitzvah. This was the first time I had ever been snowed on during a bat-mitzvah ceremony. It also hailed a little, but the winter weather just made everything more special ...
Breakfast at St. George Hotel Church at the Cathedral of St. George - service in Arabic Lunch at Lutheran Guest House Walk through the marketplace Tour of Church of the Resurrection, place where Jesus was crucified, his tomb Shopping all afternoon Cocktails at the American Colony Hotel Excellent first ...
... bottom of the wall. The Temple Mount is a marvellous piece of engineering. Even the smallest stones weigh two tonnes while there is one stone that weighs 600 tons. On the north, east and south the structure constitutes the wall of the old city. It is just awesome to look at and walk on. Today the Jews are not allowed on the Temple Mount so they have transferred their veneration to a small section of the wall - the Western or Wailing Wall. This is now ...