Rimonim Shalom Hotel Jerusalem
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- Swimming pool
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... Wall itself. Along the way we were able to buy some
finger food, like little candies, sunflower seeds, a few smoothies and
some fresh juice. It was all part of the experience.
During the tour Larry suggested that we stop into the Church of the
Holy Sepulcure. This is the church where it is believed that Jesus is
buried. Christians from ...
... century AD all the way back to the Middle Bronze Age. Zone P was an excavation of a fortification wall; the zone dig was chosen because it was thought to contain more artifacts since the wall would trap objects that were rolling down the hill.
On the other side of the hill, Zone A unearthed pillars that supported part of a temple and were very similar to the pillars that the Bible describes Samson destroying when he brought the house down. ...
... would handle it. So we all went down to the sea and I was shocked by how much it has receded. I mean there were old signs saying don't swim here and it was dry like the desert with the water still miles away. Once we made it, we got into our swim suits and walked to the mud and lathered on the grey silt to look our absolute finest for the hilarious photoshoots that followed. After too many to count our skin was finally starting to crust over and the time had come to float in the dead ...
1. Having 2air raid sirens while at an airport is not a good feeling! 2. When you engage strangers in conversation you can have a wonderful time! 3. Pods are the way to fly. 4. If there had to to be an electrical malfunction I am glad it happened before take off! 5. Did I mention pods are wonderful? 6. Turkey is below me. Cool! 7. I do love Caesars! Clamato is Canada's best kept secret! 8. People in Israel yell...a LOT! They also blow their horns ...
... spiritual place. We the stopped at a small restaurant in the Old City for lunch. After lunch we made our way back to the end of the Via Dolorosa to experience the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The site is venerated as Calvary where Jesus was crucified, and is said also to contain the place where Jesus was buried. The Church has been an important Christian destination because it also is the site of the resurrection of Jesus. We entered this solemn Church and ...