How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... gleamed in the sunlight and for reflected off its white walls).
It had been a huge day. Driver Dave ever conscious of distances travelled had tracked our day on his iPhone app.... We had travelled over 11kms and up 30 floors, a huge feat! So with these stats we collapsed back at our hotel, tea, readings and bed.
Tomorrow..... drama on the Temple Mount as two of our group are led away for interrogation.
Hope you all had a lovely day too.
God bless and good night.
... crossed over the Jordan, behind that the area of Baal peor, the hills of Moab in the distance, and even Mt Nebo where Moses viewed the land. What a view we had. We also saw the area of Sodom, that Lot chose... The easy life in the plains, a great contrast to the rugged mountains we were in with Abraham.
Abraham chatted and told us more of his life, the incident when he took his son Isaac (who according to Jewish tradition was 38 yrs old), and the took 2 others (Abraham told us ...
... in the West Bank, and visited an old friend of mine in Bethlehem. My friend, Husam, is a Palestinian Muslim and long-time peace-activist. He greeted us at a cafe in Bethlehem, and then took us to visit the Church of the Nativity - the place where, according to ancient tradition, Jesus was born. There were many visitors and pilgrims, people from all over the world, visiting. At one point, as we were making our way out of the church, two young Muslim ...
... needs in a nearby Arab village.
We also got to celebrate Kabbalat Shabbat by joining in a joyous song session with the children there and I watched with deep pride as our BJE MOTL teens sang with and engaged the children.
... if you didn't get blisters. We also walked past dozens and dozens of jewellery shops. Most of them the real deal, I think, although there were one or two advertising "fake jewellery". Fortunately, nothing appealed. The gold is very yellow and brassy, and the designs very delicate and tizzy. I did see one pendant I quite liked in a secondhand jewellery shop (at least I think that's what the sign said - it's a bit hard to tell), but I couldn't tell ...