House of Peace

10, Saff St, Bethlehem, West Bank and Gaza | Lodge
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Christmas Eve in Bethlehem

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds


... you in. In this case, the person guarding the section of the barrier nearest to the door spoke Spanish and he let Victor in, and then Victor convince him that he had six other family members. Who says we don’t look Spanish?!

We were all excited to go into the Church of the Nativity, except Elias.

Elias: I don't want to go to a-n-o-t-h-e-r church.

Cindy: But it's Christmas Eve and Jesus was born here.

Elias: So?

Cindy: Without the ...

Combatants for Peace

A travel blog entry by donnartw2012


... you that since the wall went up there are no more terrorist attacks. What I found most fascinating during the tour was that several large chunks of the wall, proposed to span 750 miles, was incomplete or simply nonexistent. I don't doubt that the wall, where it is erected, is a deterrent to violence, but how can it be explained that where there is no wall, no terrorists slip through? I've asked several people and the most reasonable explanation is that there ...

Day of rest

A travel blog entry by baron2013


... place to sit and have lunch. We then took our time re-visiting the markets, Wailing Wall, Church of the Holy Sepulchre and also got to a vantage point of the Old City of David (still being excavated). On our way back to the National we bought a few items for dinner from a local supermarket and 4 bananas (for less than $1) off a street stall. Our final night in Jerusalem was a fitting end to ...

Holy Sites / Unholy Situation

A travel blog entry by maryandmarty


... the cave are the Orthodox manger spot and the Catholic manger spot. I had planned to visit both, but as it was crowded and we were encouraged to keep moving, I made do with the Orthodox spot--reached in and touched the marker and exited. Some of us wished they had not bothered, but I did not feel that way. Jesus most likely was not born in Bethlehem anyway, but this has been such a focal point for pilgrims and traditions ...


A travel blog entry by levy2013


... was very hot and very steep and you needed thongs. Mum and dad forgot there's at the hotel, so there was a little shoe swapping that had to go on to get down to the 'sea', as the ground is a little, lets say, rough. We finally made it down to water's salty edge....Those with shoes (Levy's) go in fairly easily, but the other's (Maller's) were a bit challenged!! Finally, at various times we were all in. It was an experience, enjoyed by some more than ...

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This lodge, located on 10, Saff St, Bethlehem, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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