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The Lady Stern Hotel (Jerusalem) is conveniently located for both business and leisure, as it’s within walking distance of the International Convention Center to the west, and a range of restaurants and historical sites to the east. With art galleries and theatrical performances, there’s everything a day guest could need.
Diverse Dining – There’s a wide selection of dining options from which to pick, including Italian food from Pasta Basta or Piccolino. If you’re vegan, be sure to give Nagila Rest a look, with vegetarian meals available at Pergamon restaurant. Authentic Israeli cuisine can be enjoyed at Ben-Sira Hummus, which also offers vegetarian dishes.
Art Galleries – The Nahon Museum of Italian Jewish Art is a small museum housed in a restored synagogue, featuring artwork from Jews in Italy over the centuries. If you prefer art of a more modern nature, the Museum on the Seam exhibits work with socio-political themes, whilst Ticho House (the former residence of painter Anna Ticho) displays art by the eponymous lady.
Historical Heritage – The Tower of David is the remains of a medieval citadel, built on a site that has seen fortresses for thousands of years. Today it houses a museum of Jerusalem’s history, and is close to the ancient walls, which are studded with famous gates. A short distance to the south is King David’s Tomb, which is of great historical significance and remains a place of worship.
Stage and Screen – Fans of the stage can enjoy live performances at Jerusalem Theatre, whether you’re in the mood for an uplifting play or a tragic drama. The venue is decorated with art in the hallways, to get the creative juices flowing even before the performance begins. If the silver screen is more your style, there’s a large complex, Cinema City, even nearer to the hotel.
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