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... br> there were in Hebrew) so he told me some of the sites in the church and
explained some of the background. It was so nice of him to take time do to
that! There was a giant painting that depicted the second coming of Jesus and a
giant tile mosaic that showed the stages of the crucifixion. I can’t believe I
got to stand where the most important event in the history of the world
happened!!!! Again, I could have stayed there all day.
... it for over three years stationed down below before they ever conquered it. The crazy Rabbi made the decision that it would be more honourable to die by their own hand than become slaves to the Romans. So the whole tribe committed suicide. It's an amazing fortress and now has a mcdonalds now down below. Israel has amazing coffee, so I had my fourth one of the day and we were off back to ...
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Drove by the shepherds field/ Boaz field, fields where Ruth gleaned, Mount of Olives, shepherds cave.
5th stop - The Church of the Nativity, this stands over the cave where Jesus was born. We saw the church but not the cave because it was packed and under major renovation and so we headed back to the bus.
Headed to our first night in Bethlehem, Palestine. Intercontinental ...
... went through Masada palace where king Herod built a get away palace. But once the Romans took over in 70 ad they destroyed Jerusalem and burnt everything. A palace built in 3 tiers up the side of a mountain. We rode a sky tram to the top.
Finished the evening in a grand hotel called the Oasis in Palastine.
The prayers of the Muslims put me to shame. They pray 4 times a day and start at 4:55 am. Tried to keep up with them at 4:55 ...
... we walked to the start of the Hezekiah tunnel experience.This marvel of engineering was built in 701 BC.On hearing of the Assyrian army's approach, King Hezekiah wanted to protect the city's water supply and ordered the construction of the tunnel to act as an aqueduct bringing water to his citizens plus preventing it from reaching the invading troops.This 533 meter tunnel starts at the Gihon spring and finishes at pool of Siloam.The tunnel is still in good condition and ...