Sharon Stone to tour Jerusalem sites Sunday

March 11, 2006 14:06


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Israelis interested in coming a bit closer to Hollywood glamor without shelling out the cash for a flight to LA are in luck. American glamour queen Sharon Stone will be only a Jerusalem city bus ride away on Sunday, as she joins Acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert on a tour around the holy city. Stone and Olmert have disclosed that their itinerary includes the Holocaust memorial at Yad Va'Shem, the Old City, and the Western Wall. Stone spent her 48th birthday on Friday at a Dead Sea resort and was touring the scenic Galilee on Saturday, before appearing at a second birthday party in her honor, this time in Tel Aviv. The party is a fundraiser for the Peres Center for Peace, and tickets to the exclusive event begin at $500.

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