Hotel Ramat Rachel
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- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- TV Other Russia
- Swimming pool
- Russian TV Channels Available
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... oldest copy of a biblical text outside of the Bible and preceded the Dead Sea scrolls by about 400 years. Then we went on to look at the seal of Jezebel which would've been used in the assassination of Naboth and the ossuary of Caiphus, The only discovered inscription of Pilate, the inscription which prohibited Gentiles from entering the temple area, the half shekel paid as a temple tribute and we even saw a Roman nail protruding thru the foot of ...
... to seeing Jerusalem for the first time!.... And there was the city, as we headed upwards. It was a very spine tingling moment. We had waited for this moment for so long, and here we are! The temperature is about 25-28 much more pleasant. The trees as increasing as we head on up, and then there was the old city, dome and all. Wow.
But first... A heavily guarded check point we had to go thru. Soldiers with grim faces and grey guns stared at us. Driver Dave, a little ...
We had to be up early this morning to load our belongings back on the bus. They served us a buffet breakfast and we left around 8.15am. Meir our new guide met us and introduced himself on the bus. Meir has a young family (5 children) and has guided a number of other Christadelphians.
On arrival at Massada it was already hot, but we split into two groups – one group left with Meir to climb the snake trail ...
... have stayed are waaayy over priced. I can get better rooms in Asia for less the $15 and here I am paying $50. The one in Nazareth was a standout for being good and it was the cheapest by far. Food is also expensive with the average being $20 or more for something substantial.
There is not much here that is old. I was expecting old stuff everywhere but there is nothing. It is really all about ...
We started our morning at a cafe along the road where we had a delicious breakfast. Ron and Emma shared fruit and muesli, followed by eggs benedict, while I had something similar with salmon and a croissant. Delicious. We then headed for the old city, specifically the Dome of the Rock. Emma knew that time was very limited so we hurried to get there. When we arrived we had ten minutes. But a couple of those were taken by a ...