Jerusalem Things To Do

Lucky to have been there twice in a year! This time, Rabbi Shmuel Rabinowitz, the Rabbi of the Western Wall and Holy Sites even called and through an English translator, spoke to me. I was very surprised! The Rabbi was glad that I visited the Western Wall and gave me blessings!

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By |September 20th, 2012|Israel, Jerusalem|2 Comments

Jerusalem: Western Wall, Holy Sepulchre

There’s something about Jerusalem like no other. You have to be there to feel it yourself. Perhaps I was overwhelmed by its eventful history and ancient architectures that date back thousands of years, and awestruck standing on a holy ground concentrated with three major world religions – Judaism, Islam and Christianity.

For the Jews, Jerusalem […]

By |January 4th, 2012|Israel, Jerusalem|6 Comments

Ancient Jerusalem: the Tower of David

To learn the history of Jerusalem, the Tower of David Museum is a must-see attraction. The medieval fortress bears testimony to 4,000 years of the city’s history with archeological remains. It’s our first stop to visit when we arrived in Jerusalem – one of the oldest cities in the world that has been destroyed […]

By |December 30th, 2011|Israel, Jerusalem|3 Comments