How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... or rally. They went ALL night. every couple of hours they would sing a song and it was on a loudspeaker so the whole town heard it. I live about 5omtr up the hill so I heard it EVERY time.
Temple Mount is a massive complex. The centre is the Dome of the Rock. I cant get in there cos I am not a muslim but under the dome is A ROCK. If you are Christian or Jew you believe God called Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac and ...
The beautiful faces and kind people in Uganda are what I will remember, not the lake flies and the dirt everywhere. The brown water, my clothes are still light brown but that color will disappear in due time.
To work with the nurses and others in the small clinic was a challenge but the fact that everybody spoke English helped a lot. Some of the things I will remember such as the firm belief that an open ampule with medication stays sterile for ever as long as one ...
Our first visit on Sunday was with our guide, Maayan Leshem, referred through friends. Lifelong Israeli, son of two Americans who had made aliyah, what a warm & thoughtful soul! The day with him was one long conversation about Israel, history, Judaism, Islam, most of all about people. This is his job & he has a great deep pool of knowledge, but it never felt like we were getting a canned or rehearsed presentation. We were ...
... It was so interesting to watch the little rituals performed by the Jews, who were there in family groups, couples, and large parties. The menu was so extensive we were fairly well defeated when it came to dessert! But we gallantly managed to put some away. It was such a great idea of Deb for us to have this opportunity to learn even more things Jewish. And the venue was a treat for the eyes, as were the little dark-eyed, black-haired Jewish children; the little boys all ...
... When we Jews speak about the holiest places that ever existed on earth for our people we talk loosely about a “First Temple, Solomon’s Temple” and a “Second Temple,” without being too specific about those structures. That’s reasonable: the First Temple, built by King Solomon in the 10th century BCE, was utterly destroyed by the Babylonian Empire under King Nebuchadnezzar in the year 586 BCE, well over 2500 years ago. And ...