Rimonim Shalom Hotel Jerusalem
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- Free parking
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... stations we stopped at were actually numbered so I figured this was the real deal. I carried the cross for the ninth station and had quite a long carry. But then we stopped at the same non-descript spot for the next four stations. I think I was right in my original assessment! It's a feeling I've experienced a few times over this course - because It's a Protestant experience. I suspect they don't have the same level of access to sites that Catholic groups would experience. But then, what ...
... with the Trueman and Morduch family. SOOOOO MUCH FUN!
The next day we had a little bit of a late start considering our dancing the night away, but were happy to be able to relax for the day and tour around the Old City. Having been in Jerusalem for over a week now I was happy to be stepping foot inside the walled area. The Old City is divided into four quarters, though not evenly, the Muslim Quarter, the Christian Quarter, the Jewish Quarter ...
... Hezekiah's Tunnel, we stopped off to learn about the Fortress of Zion. The fortress was built very near the head of Hezekiah's Tunnel and originally thought by Eigal(?) Shiloh, the head archaeologist of the dig site, to be David's Palace. We took note of the random toilet stone and the location of the bullae (hardened clay letter seals) too.
Slogging out of Hezekiah's Tunnel, we found ourselves washed up in the Pool of Siloam. In John 9, Jesus was ...
... people. Well in Indonesia they did have the cockroaches, especially large ones, and I also found camphor balls, the result was not perfect but quite good.
This time I will be staying again for a period of 3 weeks, some of that time I intend going to Uganda to see if when and where LN can duplicate the Burundi health promotion program there.
I feel very privileged to be again part of this new beginning like I was with LN in Bujumbura. ...
... his wife Leah). Israeli presidents are also buried on Mt. Herzl, as are other prominent Jewish and Zionist leaders. Mt. Herzl is the venue for many commemorative events and national celebrations. Dr. Asher Hirem, the architect who designed military cemeteries in Israel and memorials of the Israeli army, was chosen to design the cemeteries. ...