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... br> Enjoying a lovely barbeque and catch up I was taken back to the airport after a week's long travel. Once again I was subjected to many questions, and ranked 5/7 on the security risk scale, but after few real problems I headed through into the departure lounge, where after a proper Granny wave I met up with Tim and Wendy from my Petra tour again, telling them all about my day with my aunty, and ...
By the time we got up, Gil had already left for work, but Mira, for whom it was also a working day, dropped us off at our first port of call just after 9am before she too headed to her laboratory nearby. The idea was that we would spend an hour or two there, after which we would give her a call and she'd nip out of work briefly, pick us up and drop us off at the Israel Museum. What none of us reckoned on was that we'd be so engrossed in the ...
... local time, I was excited to be done traveling. I left the airport and went to Jerusalem to stay the night at the Holy Land Hotel. I was exhausted but excited and it was very difficult to sleep my first night in Israel. But at last, I am here and I am officially beginning my journey through the Bible lands. Tomorrow will be the first day of many to ...
... stone. The church itself is quite grand. It was originally built in the 300s by the mother of the Roman Emperor Constantine, the one who converted to Christianity. It was wrecked and rebuilt a couple of times and is currently being renovated because the roof was leaking again. The scaffolding took something away from the experience, but it was still pretty good.
The church is built in the shape of a cross and there are a total of 3 different church sections. There is ...
... this "lost city of stone" are being unearthed and today we are beginning to see once again what Petra looked like 2,000 years ago. The Nabataeans were quite eclectic in their influence, borrowing from Rome, Persia and Greece as they designed their temples, tombs and everyday tools, dishes and more.
The Siq or chasm like entrance was paved with limestone. It was the entrance to the holy places and came out at the crowning glory of Petra - Al Khazneh ...
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