Leonardo City Tower Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- TV Channel One Russia
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... from the 6 day war) Zion Gate into the Armenian quarter - the 4 quarters being Armenian, Jewish, Arab and Christian. After the Armenian Quarter we came across the remains of the Roman Cardo (main street) dating back to biblical times. Then on to the Wailing or Western Wall – the holiest place in Judaism. This wall holds up Temple Mount upon which is the Dome of the Rock mosque – the golden domed building - and third holiest place in ...
... and got yummy salads for lunch followed by Tamara frozen yoghurt where we bumped into friends. We stopped to pick up a bottle of wine then went back home to help out and get ready for shabbat. The three of us decided it would be fun to experience shul in tel aviv so we tagged along with the oldest daughter and her friend. Saturday: We enjoyed a typical lazy shabbas with a delicious lunch in the middle of the day! As it was ...
Our friends in Arad took us this morning to the art studio they're developing. Their friend Svi is the resident artist. They are also creating an Asian tea room there, where they plan to help Israelis understand the truth of Scripture through Asian themes and media (since Israelis are very attracted to all things Asian). They also took ...
... al. Each have two summits linked by a saddle. When the sun rises or sets over the saddle it is considered especially holy, symbolizing the male aspect meeting the female aspect of God. This was never more clearly expressed than when the Kabbalists of Tzefat would see the sun setting over that saddle and sing Lecha Dodi, celebrating the wedding of God and the bride Shabbat. Mt. Sinai, too, has this form, and I can vouch for that personally, and recently.
... they return for their gap year, so they get better grades, and then go to university. Unfortunately there are few pictures of interest to share, other than those I took in the tank museum, which i found fascinating. During the Arab-israeli wars, tanks from the four corners of the earth and even from World War II, battled against one another. One byproduct is this tank museum which supposedly has the most varied collection in the world. There were several World War ...