Rimonim Shalom Hotel Jerusalem
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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This day did not start well. Marty's pocket was picked, and he lost his iPhone. He had his hand on his wallet, as it was obvious that the man was trying to distract him to get at it. But somehow, the man got his hand past Marty's hand, removing the phone from the adjoining wallet without Marty noticing it. He realized it, just as we were entering the church for the Sunday service.
As our ...
... was denoted to Israel in 1956.
Catching a taxi we made our way back to our apartment, to prepare for our special Shabbat meal in a Jewish home. The taxi driver, a rather funny guy showed us the 'second wailing wall'... it was the tax office, and our driver mentioned how it causes much weeping and wailing! He told us how he was a soldier in 1967, 1973 wars. He pointed out Benjamin Netanyahu's house, which had protesters out the front waving signs ...
... know, they were from up north and didn't know this area at all. They did say don't go down that road... The very one we had just come up from! 'They won't ask you in for afternoon tea' they said.
We viewed Jerusalem and made our way to Damascus Gate. How driver Dave drove and how we survive without an accident is beyond me we had entered another world chaos rained. We pulled into a car park after a few near misses, next minute this midget guy pops his head in and tells our ...
Pulling up at the main entrance the valet appeared who helped us with our luggage to the lobby desk before giving him the keys to the car in exchange for a receipt ticket.
On checking in we were both given an orange bracelet to wear which would identify that we had unlimited use of the facilities that this resort has to offer. The valet then reappeared and now he was doubling up as the bell hop carrying our bags and leading the way to our room. The room was ...
So I'm back in Jerusalem and today I went to Yad Vashem. it is a Holocaust memorial on a hill here for the 6mil jews killed in the Holocaust. The main triangular building covers the whole thing from the start through the second world war till the end. I found it a bit hard to follow, at times there are 3 different TVs you can hear and try to follow. Most of it is in german or Hebrew, ...