C Hotel Hacienda Forestview

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Yafe Nof Maalot Tarshicha, Jerusalem, 24952, Israel
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  • Couples75
  • Solo100
  • Business66

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heard of Jerusalem only in books

by ennyjames

hey frns i heard of jerusalem only in the books that was the stories about jesus christ,i am fond of historical as well as religious places.
tell me some basic points/tips which one keep in mind for a visit to jerusalem.

Re: heard of Jerusalem only in books

by gilabrand

If you read my Jerusalem and Israel pages you will find this kind of information. I have spent years writing it, and there is so much more to be said. But anyway, it's a start.

Re: heard of Jerusalem only in books

by goodfish

Here is the link to our VT Jerusalem pages. As noted, our members have written a lot about things to do and see so it's a great place to start:

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Middle_East/Israel/Jerusalem_District/Jerusalem-1708549/TravelGuide-Jerusalem.html

Re: heard of Jerusalem only in books

by unaS

More on Israel and some more practical tips and ideas on my Israel and Jerusalem pages:

Israel: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/d16ba/abe/

Jerusalem: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/d16ba/1a1205/

Travel Tips for Jerusalem

Just Another Brick in the Wall

by Ekaterinburg

If you've read the rest of this page then you'll know by now that I really loved the walls surrounding the Old City. They extend for 4km right round the Old City and were built betwen 1537 and 1542 by Suleyman the Magnificent when the Ottoman Turks ruled Israel and Palestine, a rule that continued some 400 years until 1917. Among the many popular legends about the walls, possibly the most grisly is the one that tells of Suleyman beheading the architects and having them buried inside the Jaffa Gate. The reason for this was supposedly their failure to enclose the Franciscan Monastery or the fact that he didn't want them to build similar walls anywhere else. The walls are amazing and walking around and through them really heightens the experience of visiting the Old City.

It's possible to walk on the walls as well and taking the Ramparts Walk is something I look forward to doing when I come back to Jerusalem. You cannot do the full circuit as one section of the wall is closed for security reasons, so there are two seperate sections. The first is betwen Jaffa Gate and Zion Gate and a longer walk starting at Jaffa Gate and finishing at New Gate, Lion's Gate or Herod's Gate.

Romance

by sunshinee

This is a park and too bad I dont have the name of it. We were there in the evening time. From this park, you can overview the city of Jersusalem. With the hilly landscape and the white houses, it gives a very romantic feel when at sunset.

Western Wall is holy place of...

by exotique18

Western Wall is holy place of Jewish people.It is the only place left from the temple of David.Most part of the wall is under the ground and the temple was destroyed many times.Jerusalem is very important place for three religions and in past many wars, quareels, conflicts had taken place.. In 24 hours in a day you can see some Jewish people praying in front of Western Wall.

This picture is taken at the...

by exotique18

This picture is taken at the center of Seeds of Peace.The Seeds of Peace is a international camp organization where israeli,palestinian,egyptian,jordani,Turkish,Greek,Turkish Cypriot and Greek Cypriots participate.It is an organization where young people who live in those countries discuss with each other about their politics problems and try to be friends with the country that they have politics problems.
In February, we had a workshop about Cyprus problem between Turkish and Greek Cypriots.

Tuscany in Jerusalem - Escape from the turmoil

by FruitLover

En - Kerem
A beautiful tranquil corner of Jerusalem, away from the dust and heat and historic sounds of endless war - a green subuorb with old golden stone houses and plenty of trees. On a hillside with marvellous views, it has cool breezes which are a welcome relief in the heat of the local summer, producing an atmosphere of Tuscany, here in the Middle East. A place where people of all religions and nationalities live happily side by side.

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