Zion Hotel

10 Dorot Rishonim, Jerusalem, 94625, Israel
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by toulouz

hello everyone, i'll be coming and staying for a month in jerusalem while i volunteer at the temple mount sifting project. i wanted to travel very light. i'll be staying at hebron hostel.

am i able to get food easily? i mean i'm going to be up early to get to the sifting mount and really just want to be able to grab some fruit, maybe a pita or falafel, but don't know when the stalls open. i'll be walking and will be heading out to the project by rockefeller museum, but if there is a place close to hebron hostel or near one of the gates, i'll pass by on my way coming and going. i wanted to establish an easy routine, since this is going to be somewhat of a working vacation, i.e. the sifting project goes 8a.m.-4pm i think sunday through friday.
i appreciate any ideas. i am really traveling on a shoestring here--one piece of luggage, etc..


Re: food

by unaS

Oh yes, in addition to my suggestions to your other eating question, don't forget to pick up things like tinned tuna and so on. These you can open whenever you want, but be sure to use them up immediately unless your hostel has a fridge that you can use.

Fresh fruit and veggies are widely available and cheap, but buy the day before and WASH or peel them. Don't eat as you buy.

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Visit The Tomb Of Salman Al-Farisi

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by angelis

If you have a busy itinerary and do not have the time to wander around and discover Jerusalem for yourself, there are walking tours available. I only officially went on one such tour, but occasionally as a tour group passed, I would tail along for a few minutes to listen to the guide. Cheeky I know, but I was living there at the time, so felt it was "my City".
The tour I took was led by a Jewish guy called David, probably in his late fifties with glasses, white hair and a short white beard. I'm describing him to you because his tours are amazing and if you can find him I recommend taking his tour. He used to collect his groups every day from just inside Jaffa Gate, past the taxi rank and up a slight ramp to your right. There was a sign here announcing "David's Tours". This mans' knowledge and love of the city really comes through and I am sure he is still there as Jerusalem obviously means so much to him.

Don't forget long trousers ( for men and women) and long sleeved shirts otherwise you will not be allowed into the beautiful Armenian Churches or some of the other religious sites.

1. Tour the Old city
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1. Tour the Old city
2. Visit the promenade during sunset
3. Take a local guide for Friday evening tour at the religious jewish neighborhoods Friday noon excitemenst at the markets Vs. Friday evening atmosphere

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The Muslim Quarter is one of the four quarters of the ancient, walled Old City of Jerusalem. It is situated in the northeastern corner of the Old City. The Quarter is the largest and most populous and extends from the Lions' Gate in the east, along the northern wall of the Temple Mount in the south, to the Damascus Gate-Western Wall route in the west.
You can enter the Muslim Quarter through the Damascus Gate or the Lions' Gate, or the Herod’s Gate. The most interesting site for Christians is the Via Dolorosa road which starts in the quarter, St. Anne’s Church, the Birthplace of Virgin Mary, the Monastery of Flagellation, the Lithostrotos, and the Convent of the Sisters of Zion, the Ecce Homo Arch, and the Church of St. Veronica.

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Celebration of their first Tora

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Not sure If is this, please correct me if I am wrong, while we were visiting the wailing wall, we saw this group of students, celebrating their first Tora. Their parents were there sharing their happiness.


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Address: 10 Dorot Rishonim, Jerusalem, 94625, Israel