Jerusalem Tower Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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•Back in Jerusalem we stopped at the Haas Promenade- one of cities highest ridges to see the Holy City spread before us ( Tayelet Haas).Legend has it that this is where God showed Abraham the city his descendants would build. •Through the Dung Gate to view a discovered Roman Stoa (street).The Cardo was the Main Street in Jerusalem 1,500 years ago and a feature of many Roman cities( especially in the Middle East )Serving as the primary road in ran through the ...
Having a few problems this blog as this is now the third time I've had to start it. I keep doing something wrong and losing everything I've typed. I've just lost 50 minutes work then my keypad disappeared! I wrote in detail about the trouble I had getting through security but I can't face doing that again so here's a summary. While my Business class companions breezed through the initial check I was subjected to an ...
... of the Books, which is the home of the Dead Sea Scrolls (unfortunately, pictures were not allowed inside). I was very fascinated to read the descriptions of the history of the Essenes. They were the sect of Jews who chose to separate themselves from the rest of the world for reasons not limited to, but including a calendar based on the sun-cycle rather than the moon-cycle. From the Qumram Caves we have recovered all of Isaiah and the Psalms, most of ...
... After James answered Benj's call for a volunteer, Benj explained that the purification rites would be done in a birthday suit, but thankfully Benj just had him walk—fully clothed—through the hollow rock in the manner that a typical Jew would
We returned tired and worn out, but so thankful for our first experience in Jerusalem. We will be back enough times to become thoroughly familiar with ...
... to the Tayelet/Promenade. Connecting East Talpiot and Talpiot is the Haas Promenade. Together with the Sherover and Goldman Promenades, the three form a continuous public park from Jabl Mukabar to the east to Abu Tor to the north. From this vantage point atop a ridge overlooking Jerusalem's Old City and the Dead Sea, tradition ...