Jerusalem Tower Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... home lives. There, we painted the bathrooms in the dorms, which recently experienced significant water damage. It gave us a real sense of accomplishment, and that we were truly fulfilling a need. After the project was completed, we spent some time playing with the children at the center during their recess.
After leaving, we began our journey south – two days of hiking, biking, and appreciating the natural wonders of the Negev desert await! ...
... Our discussion with them about the whole Israeli/Palestinian problem was extraordinary. Next morning, we were off to Masada which is an ancient fortress located south of Jerusalem in the desert. It is a rock extending 375 feet straight up where Herod built a palace/fortress. The Romans put the fortress under siege for three years before finally toppling it. To get to the top, we took a cable car that had no supports for the entire length - I wasn't ...
... get on the bad side of a French woman.
Eventually though we were under way, and it turned into a pretty good day. I enjoyed Masada. The ruins themselves aren't that impressive, but the location is awe inspiring. It's on the top of a mountain overlooking the Dead Sea. The views are spectacular. The story behind the place is unique as well. It seems there was a mass murder/suicide amongst the Jewish population to ...
... Aladin's Cave! Just fascinating.There was a T Shirt shop that sold 'instant' T Shirts - chose your size and colour, chose your pattern - Zap- it was done! I bought several. It would have been good to have spent more time exploring, but we had to get home and have tea [pizza] ready for the next happening.
Our last event for the day was after dinner. At the Old City, using the backdrop of the walls of the Citadel of David, the song and Light Show took place. ...
... record—which in turn led Israeli archeologists combing through the rubble so created to find more proof of Jewish roots on the mountain and below it. It has led to the Temple Mount also being a flashpoint for anti-Israel riots, when its location directly above the many Jewish worshippers at the Kotel have made it an easy place to throw stones down on the heads of the daveners below. That means that when things get tense with the Palestinians the ...