Tulip Inn Jerusalem Golden Walls
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... glass that captures their radiance. The Synagogue's simple central square forms a pedestal for the windows. The Jerusalem stone floor and walls absorbs the intense beauty and refracts it. Every pane is a microcosm of Chagall's world, real and imaginary, replete with vivid imagery, symbolism and his unique floating figures. Each window hints at his love for his people, his identification with ...
... on Facebook to learn more about them. I watched each month as they showed pictures of women dancing and praying together to celebrate Rosh Chodesh at the Kotel.
When the BHS Women's Trip to Israel came about and flyers were around with information about actually joining this group in prayer at the Kotel on this trip, it was a catalyst for and the culmination of a dream I didn't even know I had.
Today was so moving to sing and pray and dance with the women there ...
After leaving our morning tour, we boarded the streetcar and rode down to the Damascus Gate, which marks the entrance to the Muslim Quarter of the Old City. Our afternoon tour -- of the Mount of Olives -- was to depart at 2:30 pm, and we had just enough time for a little shopping and a repeat lunch at Luna's Restaurant from the day before. We did not think it possible, but the Old City was even more packed than the day before. ...
... jews, so I planned not to disturb them… Leading me to ending up in the female section, which at least seemed to have made the day of some of them and bringing a smile to their face. By the time I realized it, it was to late and I tried to sneak my way out, creating as less attention as possible :-)… I watched the men for a while doing their almost physical exercise like rituals in front of the wall, turning their bodies left and right ...
Our Tuesday travels began with a view over the Mediterranean Sea and a visit to the Carmel Market (commonly referred to as the shuk) in Tel Aviv. Tuesday is a special day in this market when local artists fill the Nahalat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall with their crafts in addition to the typical food and home goods.
We arrived at the shuk early to avoid the crowds before the usual stampede of locals invaded the street. The shuk is set ...
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