Yes Planet Entertainment Complex in Yerushalayim to Begin Operating on Shabbos
The new Yes Planet entertainment complex in Yerushalayim is set to open. According to a MyNet report, the complex will begin operating on August 11, 2015, with officials reporting over 100 professionals including electricians, construction workers, and others are completing the finishing touches ahead of the grand opening. Operators points out that while they will be officially opening, most restaurants and cafes will not be ready in time with the likely exception of McDonalds and Café Joe.
The new complex includes 16 movie theaters (I MAX) situated on 28,500 square meters. There is an underground parking lot with 400 parking spaces. Operators boast a pub will be opening offering 55 different beers on tap, along with many restaurants and eateries.
The new complex is supposed to be operating on Shabbatot, located in the southeastern capital in the Abu Tur Armon HaNatziv area on Naomi Stree
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Hadassah Medical Center Trail Provides Avenue to Explore and Enjoy Nature
A nature trail around the Ein Kerem Hadassah Hospital campus, created by a dedicated crew of Hadassah volunteers, provides an avenue to explore the scenery of the area.
The volunteers cleaned and marked the walkway as part of the hospital’s “Green Hadassah” project. Walkers can begin in the hospital’s parking lot, using a trail map that can be downloaded from the Hadassah Medical Center website.
Along the way there are options to detour onto the Jerusalem Trail, a renowned 42 -kilometer hiking route around Jerusalem.
The tour will follow a natural trail surrounding the Hadassah University Hospital at Ein Kerem. Participants will enjoy a bird’s-eye view of the campus, explanations of various agricultural methods used in the area, visits to the Ein Sarig and Ein Hendak springs and a stop at the ‘mini kotel’ in Wadi Yousef.
The walking tour is 3-4 hours long, a total of six kilometers (ending at the starting point). The difficulty level is easy-medium and is not meant for strollers or people who have difficulty walking. Please note that there are several steep inclines along the trail.
– Tour is free
– No need to register in advance
– Please bring comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, a hat and water
Participants leave from the entrance of the Ein Kerem campus, and visit:
The Roman path
The trail is 14 km long. The tour will take around 2 hours.
Experienced trail bikers only
bikers must bring their own equipment (bikes, helmets, water)
tour is free, but advanced registration is required
For more information, please call “Green Culture – Jerusalem” or Amitai Rotem, 02-6252357