Tulip Inn Jerusalem Golden Walls
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... 8217;s center emphasizes the role of curiosity, cross disciplinary integration, and basic research in the development of scientific knowledge. The visitor’s center was a recent addition to the institute and allows the public to see what the scientists are doing and the types of questions and discoveries they are making. It was inspiring to see and listen to the personal stories of scientists at the institute and how their ...
... of purity. the shrine of books also houses the medieval Aleppo Codex. to be honest we never heard about this before. I briefly read about it in my guide book in preparation for this trip. While viewing and reading the info about this book I feel how little do I know about books. we then go into the Archeology section. there are so many things to see here. I remember the oldest artifacts that we saw there is a pottery 19 century ...
... one of those hole-in-the-wall places with room for only two stools at the counter, both of which were magically free for us to sit at. We were immediately offered hot falafel spheres to whet our appetites. And whet them it did. I ordered a large sandwich,with lots of hot peppers, hummus, salad, the woiks. Annie ordered a slightly daintier version. Yum!
Then,with full bellies we walked and walked: along King George to Ben Yehuda, then down the ...
... Israel encouraged them to move there with promises of cheap land and protection. If you look at the map the problem is that Israeli settlements bisect the West Bank and make the establishment of a Palestinian State in the future very problematic. The world regards the settlements in the West Bank as illegal and wants them removed as an obstacle to peace. In 2005 Israel removed the settlements from Gaza and the Northern West Bank and ...
... wooden cross outside the Church of the Sepulchre. It just felt a little off to me.
That night we went as a group to the American Colony Hotel for a last dinner - and they seemed determined to get us to have the Oriental Feast. We did not want more hummus and felafel but they kept pushing it as it was probably easier for them! We won, however we were punished by having to endure slow serviced and the worlds most complicated bill splitting. The food was great but paying for it ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility