This week in Jerusalem 476239

Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs.

December 22, 2016 19:44
Percussionist Chen Zimbalista

Promoting peace and understanding: Percussionist Chen Zimbalista. (photo credit: ZIMBALISTA.COM)


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Buses and planes

Here is some good news for Jerusalemites who have had to choose between the Nesher minibus shuttle or a private taxi to get to and from Ben-Gurion Airport. It’s hard to believe, but there is no direct bus line from the capital to the country’s international airport.


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