Ritz Hotel

8 Ibn Khaldoun Street, Jerusalem, Israel | Hotel
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Fourth Stop

A travel blog entry by mrsdbrowning


Today we arrived in Jerusalem. On our way back over the border/checkpoint between Ramallah (Palestinian territory) and Israel proper we had to get our passports out again to show the armed soldiers. This time they decided to check all of our luggage. We had about 15 large suitcases and they were in no hurry. We, however, had an appointment at the …

First Temple Volunteer Trip

A travel blog entry by gravittkiki


... troops where dispatched by Kin Nebuchadnezzar from Babylon. When Zedekiah emerged from the cave and tunnels he was in Jericho. Troops were there when he emerged and captured him immediately. As soon as he emerged and was captured he was blinded. It is also believed that this cave was a quarry used by King Solomon to build there and Temple Mount. After a great day of seeing the old sites we headed back through traffic to Yad ...

Shabbat in Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint


... that the Romans carried out crucifixions nowhere near this place, and that according to well-established Jewish law all burials took place outside the city walls.

The church itself is a rambling hodgepodge of different styles clamped together over the centuries of building and reconstruction. Different sections of the church are under the jurisdiction of six Christian sects: the Greek Orthodox, Armenian Apostolic, Ethiopian Orthodox, ...

Adventures in Israel

A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick


... view through the window behind the altar. A couple came in, and the man said it was ironic that the Dome of the Rock was directly behind the cross. I thought to myself, and he could not be more wrong. If anything, I would consider it to be symbolic. The connection between religions is clearest in Jerusalem, and it was even more clear at Dominus Flevit. On Sunday, I pushed myself to wake up at 5:30 am for the High Mass in Latin with the Franciscan Friars at the Holy Sepulchre. ...

Politicians on Parade

A travel blog entry by alleifer


... Netanyahu was reelected with a strong hand, the Knesset moved dramatically to the left on social issues with 48 new members (out of 120) being elected with a mandate to bring the “tycoons” down to earth and the haredi (who are out of the cabinet for the first time in a generation) out of the subsidized full time Torah world and into the army/work world. Other groups at the margin of Israeli society including Arab women, Israelis who live out of the state and, of ...

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This hotel, located on 8 Ibn Khaldoun Street, Jerusalem, is near Kikar Kedumim, White City, Ilana Goor Residence and Museum, and Azrieli Observatory.
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