Rimonim Shalom Hotel Jerusalem
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From our landing this morning and ability to decompress at the beach, today was a fabulous day. Although we had to say goodbye to our good friend Paula who went with her family in Israel, this morning gave us the opportunity to cleanse ourselves of the sights, smells and emotions of Poland. Literally and figuratively, the Mediterranean served as our mikvah today.
We then arrived at our hostel, where will be staying for ...
... the US) at 1 person for every 10,000. I just feel like that
can’t be right! But anyway, we left that talk and walked around another market
and had lunch.
We then headed to this conference thing where we saw some
speakers from Israel and were supposed to 'network’ with students from Harvard,
Tufts, Columbia, the Yale Business School and probably some others. Again, we
were all a little annoyed because we ...
... a pretty good job of it. So if I have it correct:
Biblical times - Abraham came to Mt Moriah with his followers and wandered the area. The Canaanites lived in the area in various tribes, including a tribe known as Hebrews. David took over the city of Jerusalem and united the tribes, His son Solomon built the first temple.
The first temple was destroyed by the by the Babylonians and the Jews were marched to ...
... continue my time in Jerusalem as a three part series. I do apologise though for the scatter bomb of information and poor articulation which I had tried to avoid, but it's not easy.
NB: please do not take everything I say as the entirity of my opinion or experience: many things cannot be sufficiently written in my timeframe and I will likely change my mind of other things too. The opinions I have formed have been through what I have learned or picked ...
... had an excellent guide who took us through the building, pointing out all it’s features and telling us how the parliament was run. They have 120 members of parliament, and no upper or lower house like we do. There are 27 female members. Last night I read that Nadia Hilou, the only female, Arab, Christian member had just died - she was only 61. It’s strange to think of an Arab being in Israel’s parliament.