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... tonight for tea tonight at an Armenian restaurant. Well it was close to it anyway. I am tired of a night time after all the walking, but we are getting taxi to bring us back up the hill. We were in the Jewish quarter today and much better atmosphere, and quieter. So much to share with you all when we return. Sorry I haven't been able to include many photos just can't get the camera to read on ...
Shalom, finally all my clothes and suitcases are more or less clean and back in the cupboard where they belong. To return home was great but the weather did not cooperate it was really cold. I was enjoying the rainy season in Uganda, no dust and rain mainly at night. The temperature around 25 was perfect for me.
Today i woke up to see a white balcony hail and hard rain after a thunderous night.
This blog I am writing as I want to share a few pictures as sending pictures from the ...
... street in Queens, with busy street life, and low quality goods displayed I windows and outside. The shopping became more classy as we neared center city. We stopped at Yoel Solomon street, a street of craft stores and bought a beautiful paper cut of a traditional
house blessing. We had to stop for ice cream even though it was about 50 degrees and we had to eat outside, but it was worth the shivering.
... sons and daughters..." It was free to visit Yad Vashem, unlike some of
the other historic places in Israel. Here there are many different memorials to the Holocaust, and we started with the Holocaust History Museum [centre of the photo] – a long triangular
building which leads you through the darkness of the memories to the light at the end of the tunnel.
The galleries lead you through the history of ...
... years this new Second Temple would be totally destroyed.
I should note that the Second Temple lacked something very important that existed in the First Temple: the Ark of the Covenant, taken by the Babylonians in 586 BCE and never recovered, containing the stone tablets of the Ten Commandments. While some have speculated that the ark was actually spirited out of Jerusalem by Jewish exiles before the First Destruction and found shelter in a distant ...