Jerusalem Pearl Hotel

Zahal Square, P.O. Box 793, Jerusalem, 91007, Israel
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follow up

by toulouz

also, i was wondering the cost? i just read about the Lina, but i wanted to do take-out.
there is a hummus place in the moslum quarter--, again i'm looking for like a food stall, where i can just walk up and buy it--again, interested in the prices. thanks everyone! if they don't open until 8 a.m., i can grab some and just start my walk to the temple mt. sifting project. thanks

Re: follow up

by gilabrand

You will see bread and fruit stalls all over the place. Ditto for falafel stands. If you need to leave early in the morning you can always prepare a bag of goodies the night before. You will not go hungry and this kind of food (as opposed to restaurant food) is cheap.

Re: follow up

by unaS

You can get just humus and salad in a pita at felafel stands as well, but these places are not usually open in the early mornings. Yes there are many in the Old City too.

I suggest stopping into a convenience store/grocery/supermarket in the afternoon after work. Pick up some rolls or a loaf of bread and cheese, tomatoes and whatever to make your breakfast in your room to carry with. There are many kinds of cheeses and most are inexpensive. If your hostel has a refrigerator, then you can get packets of sandwich meat as well.

Also small packets of milk or juice to drink.

Re: follow up

by ramot418

In West Jerusalem, the neighbourhood grocery stores open between 6am and 7am. I don't know first-hand what happens in the Old City, but I'm quite sure you'll find a small grocery store open at that hour as well and will be able to make your own sandwich on the spot if they won't do it for you.

Re: follow up

by toulouz

thanks for everyone's help regarding food!

Travel Tips for Jerusalem

Holy Land tour with Stephen Ray

by midnight_mike

If you want to visit the Holy Land as part of a packaged tour, be sure to check out the trips offered by author Stephen Ray. His "Footprints of God" series is highly informative and the off-beat way he presents the information will give you a good laugh or two along the way. (Trying to demonstrate how Jesus rubbed mud on a blind man's eyes to cure him, Ray reenacts the scene by using chocolate syrup as a substitute. While this may be considered silly, Ray does in fact have great respect for the subject matter.)

I watched one of his videos before going to Jerusalem and it was very helpful as it not only pointed out the historical places, it put them in their proper Biblical context.

Ironically, I bumped into Ray and his wife Janet as they led a tour group through the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem. As I talked to him, a few people went out of their way to recommend Ray and his tours. Stephen and Janet are very personable and will offer invaluable guidance to your trip. They offer several trips each year to Israel, Turkey, Italy and other places of historical significance.

Chrsitianity From Africa in Jerusalem

by inuit

The Egyptian and Ethiopian Koptic church have their branch in Jerusalem and they share small part of the Holy Grave church. I find the Koptic church very unique and it is one of the oldest forms of Christianity. They have very colorful and interesting buildings in Jerusalem. I took this photo of a Koptic monk in the back yard of the holy grave church. I love the colors of light blue.

Most the tourists go here....

by ClaesDenmark

Most the tourists go here. When you go to Jerusalem you simply need to go here and have the vieuw over the city. I danish we call this mountain 'The Oil Mountain'. From here you can indeed see that Jerusalem is very old as well as a modern city.

Western wall

by eladr

The Western Wall in the midst of the Old City in Jerusalem is the section of the Western supporting wall of the Temple Mount which has remained intact since the destruction of the Second Jerusalem Temple (70 C.E.). It became the most sacred spot in Jewish religious and national consciousness and tradition by virtue of its proximity to the Western Wall of the Holy of Holies in the Temple, from which, according to numerous sources, the Divine Presence never departed. It became a center of mourning over the destruction of the Temple and Israel's exile, on the one hand, and of religious - in 20th century also national - communion with the memory of Israel's former glory and the hope for its restoration, on the other. Because of the former association, it became known in European languages as the "Wailing Wall".

Jerusalem, the old city - The "Wailing Wall"

by Martin_S.

The "Wailing Wall" as it is popularly know is the western wall of what was once the largest and proudest temple in the Jewish Empire. All that remains today is this partial wall. It is divided into two sections because of the religious Jews men and women are not allowed to pray at the wall together. this picture shows the womens section where Zohara and Tal took Carmen.


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