Murad Tourist Resort

Beit Sahour Street, Bethlehem, West Bank and Gaza | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Bethlehem

Bethlehem

A travel blog entry by beverlybrown

30

... is 7 miles south of Jerusalem. It is a somewhat run down and crumbling. The Church of the Nativity was built by Emperor Constantine in 327 AD. It hosts 3 religious groups--Greek Orthodox, Armenian and Franciscan. They each have a section of the huge Church for their place of worship.

Bethlehem is in the West Bank. We had to pass through a security check point heavily guarded by Palestinian soldiers. ...

West Bank

A travel blog entry by spsadventures

14

... the demo as we didn't have time to buy their coffee, and putting beans into a grinder isn't particularly educational.

After the coffee demo, the guide informed us that we were going to have to skip the city walk that he usually does because the police were blocking off streets for some kind of celebrations. Instead, we were going to see some extra sights in Bethlehem. I was cool with that and thankful that he was smart enough to keep us away from the crowds ...

Easter Sunday

A travel blog entry by bwells

8

... with them for about another hour. The hotel owner has a thing for taking pictures of his guest (especially Sal because he thinks he saw him in Mexico before) and so he was taking pictures with us and we were taking pictures with him and it ended up being an amazing time in the lobby as well. However, one topic was brought up about politics in Palestine and Israel. We had been interviewed by one of the girls in the lobby earlier that day and we told her we were here for religious ...

Oh Come All Yea Faithful

A travel blog entry by nellieva

17

... of pilgrims from Italy, let by a Franciscan friar in his robe. We had been pretty much tag teaming with this group throughout Bethlehem. While we were in line, it was not moving. There was a service going on in the Armenian Chapel, which abuts the exit from the manger area, so we first had to wait until they finished before anyone could exit. Once that was done, we learned via a network of people running back and forth that the priests were "cleaning and ...

The Birth of Jesus

A travel blog entry by pilgrimage2014

27

... very crowded and it took over an hour to visit the birth place of Jesus and the manger in which he was placed. This church is under the Greek Orthodox, Armenian and Catholic Church, each with their own traditions and ways of venerating this Holy Place. The Church of the Nativity is built over the stable where Jesus was born. Bending low, we enter the church through the Door of Humility and ...

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This resort, located on Beit Sahour Street, Bethlehem, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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