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- Minbar in room
- TV Channel One Russia
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... there have been brawls between the monks of these various denominations over such issues as quiet respect for others' prayers, hymns and the division of floorspace for cleaning duties. How holy!
There was then a chaotic “queue” to descend into the crypt. Our guide instructed the pilgrims to hurry up as our group was waiting! There is a 14 pointed silver star to mark the actual place of birth. Apparently the theft of ...
... and thinking about what the trip highlights have been and what it has meant. It seemed to be very well received, we enjoyed dinner afterwards with some excellent Hummus (second best in Israel...) amongst other dishes. I look forward to refining the talk after arriving London and sharing with others.
I joined up with Barry, Reparata and John at Jerusalem for a day of exploring. I know one day ...
... superheroes and lots of men dressed as fairies. It's a really happy time here in Israel. We went out to a few bars in Florentine and attended a huge street festival on Friday with about 40,000 of our friends. At the festival I ended up getting into a confrontation with a boy who was maybe 13 or 14 years old, that I feel is worth mentioning. As I was walking with a couple of friends this boy came up to me and put his arm around my shoulder. ...
... ascetic Caliph Omar ordered a large but simple wooden mosque erected there, and later the El Aqsa mosque was built—recent archeology suggests it was built on the foundations of the Jupiter Temple. But it took nearly the rest of the century for the octagonal structure of the great Dome of the Rock to be built under Caliph Abd-el-Malik in 697. Although Jerusalem has been captured many times since, the Dome, with occasional re-gilding, has stood ever after.
... to choose from, so I don't foresee it getting too old for me any time soon. I enjoyed granola, strawberry yogurt, tomatoes, watermelon, fruit salad, waffles, and an orange-flavored juice (sort of like Sunny D?). The Moshav has several dining locations, and this time they assigned us the outside room that overlooks the valley next to us.
After breakfast, we met in THE classroom--the only classroom. We literally do almost everything ...