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... at an Israeli city...maybe that will improve my impressions!!
So I walked and walked - then ended up walking some more!!!...this city planner did not have pedestrians in mind!! I got myself down to the promenade on the waterfront from the mall ...but the semi-circling streets confused me on the way back!! There are large gated apartment building blocks...plus many garden/play grounds that interrupt the 'grid' of traffic/ sidewalk lanes.So I got lots of ...
... even though it's next to a mountain that has caves that look somewhat like the eyes of a skull. For one thing it seems too far from where Christ was tried (on the other side of the deep Kidron Valley), and the grave dates to a much earlier period. Anyway, it was a much more encouraging place to contemplate the "weekend that changed the world." From there we headed back down toward the Dead Sea ...
... restored - a great place to hang out! We settled on a place to have a bite to eat and I enjoyed a delicious grilled eggplant with tahini and a spicy sauce.
We decided we had enough time to stroll along the water to Old Jaffa - what a treat! Being the fish I am it was hard to resist the urge to run right into the water ;-) Old Jaffa was quite cute. We didn't go into the "city" as Amit didn't think it was really worth seeing. ...
... hill-top. One follows a defined zig-zag path through the building, and the whole thing starts off quite gently, describing the early days of the Nazi party, and the increasing restrictions imposed on the Jews through the 1930s. Then it's the start of the Second World War, the creation of the various ghettos, the first concentration camps and so on. It then deals with the annihilation of increasing numbers, and with all the other atrocities ...
... pipes to where it was needed. Currently, the site isn't in use, except as a tourist spot. But, you can't go in. Some people died in them, either by drowning when they were used as swimming pools or jumping/falling when they were dry, so they are currently fenced off.
Finally, finally, we got to the Church of the Holy Nativity- the main reason I was here. The church is located in a part of town that reminds me of old city Akko or Jerusalem in that everything is ...
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