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... National Israel Museum. Our visit to Tel Aviv has been cancelled by trip organizers due to the volume of rockets being fired toward the city. While they assure us that the city is still extremely safe (and I believe them), Birthright prefers to stay very conservative when it comes to the safety of its groups. I'm disappointed I don't get to see Tel Aviv, but we'll still see Netanya, which is supposed to be very nice. I hope you are all well. See you soon! Shabbat ...
... void of Jews.
Wide open space, good views of the Mount of Olives with some things to
see, but of course the prize is the Dome of the Rock covering the most holy
spot on earth for Jews and Muslim’s alike.
Walked to the City Hall stop in took the
Jerusalem Light Rail out to Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Museum. Located in a beautiful spot by Mt. Herzl, it
is an architectural masterpiece made up of ...
... could have easily grabbed a taxi or hopped a bus home, but they had already stopped, not to start again until after dark on Saturday. We walked into the Old City with our tour, but then abandoned them, found a cafe, recharged with some cold drinks, and then headed for Damascus Gate. Our hope was to find an Arab taxi -- they are allowed to operate on Shabbat. We had luck and were very thankful for the ride back up the hill to ...
... for the outdoor sound and light show at the Tower of David. Mom and I shared a shakshuka at a small cafe in Mamilla Mall.
The sound and light show was spectacular. We sat outside and they projected the history of Jerusalem onto the ruins that surrounded us, while we listened to amazing classical music.
Tomorrow we head south to the Dead Sea, and we'll also visit Masada which I hear is a favorite for most!
-Alexandra, Theda, and Dave