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Sometimes while walking around the city its hard to imagine what the land would look like at each different time period in the Bible. Todays trip made it apparent just how hard this can be. Since Jerusalem has been continuously occupied by different people groups throughout history, one group of people would build directly on the last people's …
Today we went to Jerusalem. First we went to the Holocaust Museum, where photos aren't allowed, so I don't have much to show you. I did take one photo of the view from outside the museum though, which shows what the region looks like. If you look closely near the bottom, you'll even see snow!
Here is a photo of the view of East …
The flight to Tel Aviv took off at 5:30 AM... not a very easy time to start your journey, especially if you have to drag your 8 and 11 year old out of bed at 2:30 AM to get ready for the airport.
We were flying Royal Jordanian to Tel Aviv via Amman and as we took off I noticed that the flight route on the monitor in …
We arrived at the Hotel by 2 pm. Armed with a map of the old city we walked down Nablus ave to enter it from the Damascus Gate.
The Old City of Jerusalem is a walled city and can be covered on foot in a day. The first thing that strikes you as you walk to the city is that it hardly feels like you are in Jewish country. Perhaps I'm …
Breakfast wasn't much to write home about, but we met an older American couple (haha, the twenty year olds must now be saying the same about us) at breakfast who were also exploring Israel on their own, along with their grown up daughter. Most tourists we met were part of a tour group, so it was fun to talk to someone who also happened to have …
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