Jerusalem Tower Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... finish packing, load the bus, and head to the airport! While we are all excited to see our friends and family back home, although we will miss this amazing country and the friends we have made here. We hope that all of our participants find their way back to Israel in the near future!
(P.S. Due to technical difficulties, some pictures could not be uploaded - be on the lookout for a trip photo album emailed out in the weeks following the trip!)
... C for 10 minutes then wash off in a high solution of salt water. We took our first steps in to the Dead Sea in which no life exists, plant or animal (hence the sea’s name.) The sea bed on the Jordan side is quite pebbly so every step has to be carefully placed lest you lose your balance. Roisin was happy to wade up to her knees but I decided to give this floating phenomenon a try. This is probably as close as you can get to walking on water!! Due to the high ...
... that people queued up to enter. I observed these from the outside, since being non-religious I didn't feel it was appropriate to enter.
The strength of conviction amongst the faithful always impresses me, though sometimes it runs a bit too hot. When the police let people into the Church, they did so from the back of the crowd. This led to angry cries from people at the front of the square who ended up at the back of the line. I swear, one ...
... with columns and with shops on either side. What a find it must have been when the archaeologists uncovered it! It was 70 feet wide – 21 metres. At the end of the excavation was a modern-day mural of how it would have looked. You had to be alert to notice the little boy on the right in today’s clothing!
Also in the Jewish Quarter is The Burnt House. It was discovered in 1970 and gives ample proof of the burning of Jerusalem in it’s ...
... that cannot be fabricated in another place, even one that is ostensibly more religiously important.
The Kotel is actually just a small part of the much longer retaining wall that extends all along the side of the Temple Mount. The are just below it, in what is called the Davidson Archeological park and includes Robinson’s Arch, is just as much part of the original Temple structure as the Western Wall. But it is not the Kotel. And the section of the ...