Tulip Inn Jerusalem Golden Walls
Travel Blogs from Jerusalem
... s new town, this seemed like an entirely different country. It's a realization that reaches out and slaps me, reminding me that holy **** I'm in the middle east, these people have serious and unjust issues, and occasionally, yes, things get set on fire.
I felt foolish visiting the Church of the Nativity - idealized in a million million Christmas cards and end of year school art projects - after seeing the graffiti on the separation wall and the scorch marks ...
... over temple mount. And there is a cafe with massive garden. Perfect place to chill.
After lazing around a bit we waddled to Damascus Gate. It was absolutely packed there - people selling all sort of things, cooking street food etc. Feeling adventurous (well that's at least on my part) we went to East Jerusalem and their "version" of Ben Yehuda (big pedestrian street in JLem). It was like entering a completely different country - no tourists, ...
... is weeks. Beit means temple or house, so you have to decipher which meaning is more appropriate...so disciples heard the rushing wind going through the temple not house due to the time of the festival as the disciples would not be huddled in a room hiding, they would be at the temple. Shavuot would mean that the disciples would be up all night studying, intersection and praying near or at the temple.49 days getting rid of sin and then the fiftieth ...
... Bethlehem. He shows us that there are a lot of Christians living here because they have sign of St George over their doors. It just seems a very rough area and I wouldn't want to be here on my own!
All the time we are driving he has been ringing his friend who is a guide at The Church Of The Nativity . This all sounds so suss to me but hey you have to have a spirit of adventure or you wouldn't have half the fun. So ...
... 8211; each which was deeply touching in its own way. Out of sensitivity for the site, and to help us focus on our feelings about what we were seeing, we took very few pictures during our visit.
· Jaffa Street – is a main street in the center of Jerusalem. It’s lined with cafes and restaurants and lots of shops. This is where the youth “hangs out”, as do many of the tourists. It’s a wonderful place and we spent ...
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