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... into quite a bit, but was still slightly apprehensive since it's such an intense process. Fortunately another guest at the hotel in Amman was also heading to the crossing, so we split a taxi rather than messing around with public buses. Partway through we had to change taxis, since the Amman taxis are only permitted to go so far. When you get there, there are no signs or information setting out the process. If I hadn't looked it up, ...
Four - Monday I felt a little trepidation as we approached Yad Vashem, about to do something that is very important but I know is going to be painful. Unlike the Israel museum, Yad Vashem was packed with groups of tourists with their guides. Although I did not learn much new, I was struck with the power of what I already knew; the anti- semitic propaganda, even in games, railway tickets and coffee mugs, ...
... meant to be. Although I wouldn't yet be able to tell you the 'ins and outs' of Haredi or Ashkenazi Judaism, I have come to learn that being Jewish is not enough to bind two Jews together.
Anyway, for the sake of time and having to summarise complex issues I will come back to this. If you want to hear more about it now then please book an appointment for a Skype date. So, other other than wondering parts of east and west Jerusalem, I ventured ...
... the primordial female, while the square and the line represented the primordial male. In Aelia Capitolina the Romans erected two great pagan temples: a rectangular one to Jupiter, king of the gods, on the Temple Mount, on the north-south axis at the end of the decumanus, and a round one, a rotunda, to Venus, goddess of female beauty, on the site of Golgotha, at the end of that axis.
Ironically, these pagan temples built to bury the reminders of the monotheism ...
... Not only was the door flying open like a saloon door in the old west, but the heating elements were always shutting off! Ok, enough ranting about the severe cold draft of air always lingering around, I digress...Ok, dinner...AMAZING! I have been there before but never ate there, and the last time was a year ago on my birthright trip and I took my sister out for meat. This time, I indulged! Not only has my diet been totally screwed ...