Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Playing ladies at the King David

How do you think five Aussie ladies 'of a certain age' might choose to spend a free afternoon in Jerusalem?

Visiting the Archaeological Park? The Church of the Holy Sepulchre? The remains of the Roman Cardo?

I'm afraid not. We took ourselves off for coffee at the elegant King David Hotel, built on the 1920s and opened in 1931. It's been the venue for state banquets, visits of dignitaries, and even the signing of a peace treaty.


  1. An excellent choice! The architecture and quilting patterns are lovely.

  2. I dunno - that looks as good as a museum stop to me! Good choice :)


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