Walk through the Old City, along the Via Delarosa, and you come to an iron gate with a bell. Ring the bell, the gate opens, and you see the shields of the Slavic countries at the entrance to the Austrian Hospice. Coffee, pastry, juices and a view from the terrace that hasn't changed in centuries. The food is good (and authentic if you miss your German-Austrian snacks), the prices are reasonable and you can feel like you are stepping back even deeper into the history that is Jerusalem. Even after 10 trips to the Old City, I had no idea this place existed (thanks to the David Citadel for the suggestion). Well worth the exploring. And they do a great "kaffe kar" (iced coffee, American style)
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