- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... From the dig we headed
out for lunch and a 45 minute bus ride back to our hotel.We were able to spend about an hour resting at the hotel before we
headed to the Theodore Herzl Museum. This was one of the coolest museums
I have ever been to. Herzl was the founder of the Zionist movement in
the early 1900’s. He was a critical piece to establishing a homeland for
the Jewish people. Herzl was a journalist and always wanted to produce
plays and loved ...
... we'd remarked upon a number of times from across the other side of the valley so it was good to be here. Once again this is a French church and commemorates Peter's denial of Jesus three times before the cock crowed and his subsequent remorse. Again it is a simple and moving church with a sacred pit because it is built on the ruins of a Byzantine church. Next door there is a set of steps going down the hill. These have been dated to Herodian times so it is highly probable that ...
... They borrowed the name “Tower of David” from the Song of Songs, attributed to Solomon, King David’s son, who wrote “thy neck is like the Tower of David, built with turrets, where one there hung a thousand shields, all the armor of the mighty men.” Song of Songs, 4:4.
We then proceeded onto the rooftops within the Old City, overlooking Jerusalem. Sadly, this is where the tour ended for Evette & I. The stones ...
I have taken a few days to write this blog not to scare anyone or make anyone anxious but because I have been traveling back home and in the process of getting over jet lag. Not even to mention have been working on one of my two papers I have due for college.
On my last day in Israel I decided that I could not leave the country without seeing the Dome of the Rocks. To see it you have to get there early in the morning as it has limited ...
... not tell the story of when the cross broke and Chris and Joey saved the day). The last 5 stations are in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher which on the outside looks like a Crusader fortress. The crucifixion station is actually on Golgotha within the Church and the Holy Sepulcher itself is not far from there. Several first century tombs were found nearby so the authenticity of the area seems reliable. Visiting the tomb was somewhat disappointing given the ...