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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... dust everywhere it was hard to see too much in the distance.
We then saw a sign to Adams Crossing, and driver Dave spun us down that track to see this spot. We drove for about 10 minutes... only to come to a double barbed fence with fierce Arabic signs... which seemed to imply that we are not allowed to go any further.!!!! A few nervous voices from the back seat thought we should do a u-turn and head out of here ASAP :)Driver Dave, brilliant as ...
... way thru the twisty windy dimly lit alley and came to the 'Waldorf Astoria' of Arab town.... with table cloths (Andrew said they were a creamy tan colour), with matching napkins, matching chairs, and matching floor tiles. All six excitedly sat with a street view... To get the real flavour, vibe, and atmosphere of that beautiful restaurant.A neat Arab waiter with a bushy beard took the order... 'do you have pizza?'... no he grunted in reply. 'do you have soup of the day?'... no ...
I thought I would fill in time and go to the western wall to check it out up close. Well it should be a straight line from my hostel but I got lost. I ended up at the Damascus gate that gave me another reference point to try again. I got lost. I found myself on the Via Dolorosa. This is supposedly the route Jesus took carrying the cross to his crucifixion. Heaps of nutbags come and do it all the time now and you can ...
... of the trip. After a great Israeli dinner, it was time to switch our moods one more time so that we could start the commemoration of Yom HaZikharon, Israeli Memorial Day, where Israel remembers its soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice for this country. At this tekes (ceremony), we set the tone for what this day means to Israelis, heard from one of our guides who lost 2 of her good friends, saw a movie of Michael Levin, an ...
... we walked over to the place on the outside of the western wall opposite where Herod's palace was. There's pretty compelling evidence that that's where Pilate tried Jesus. The wall that's there now was built much later, so there's no gate there, but you can see evidence that there had been one as part of Herod's wall, and it fits the biblical narrative as to the circumstances of Jesus' trial. Also very ...