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Travel Blogs from Jerusalem
As a finale to our Israel visit, we have planned to spend our last day with Madeleine Lavine, for what promises to be an opportunity to not only to see the City of David with her expert guidance and commentary but also to experience some off-the-beaten path sites in East Jerusalem. Jerusalem is unique among world cities in that it is a city with …
This morning we're off to Jerusalem where we will first leave our luggage at our hotel and then return our rental car. As we are driving away from the hotel, I remember that I have packed the paperwork for the car in the luggage – that’s a problem because those papers are needed for the car return and they would have been at the …
Today is one of exploration and rediscovery as we go from the ground down into the tunnels and the new excavations showing the era of King David's era. We are beginning to realize that the tour includes copious amounts of stairs, as I have nicknamed it the stairmaster tour. Again we descended below the upper hill near the Walled City center. Down …
Today is a day of mixed emotion as I see the tour schedule and wonder what will my reaction be to the many sites that we have planned to see. I feel my emotions sinking as I am able to foreshadow todays events from reading John 5, 19-38-42 and 20! I feel like I am in a movie that I have seen and know the outcome, but watching it for a second time …
This day was one of enlightenment for myself. We are going to visit Bethlehem, Shepherds Field, Mt.Olives, and Gethsemane, of which most are very important sites in our Faith. As I reflect on this journey; following the path of Jesus from His days around Capernum with His disciples, to His trek down to Jericho and meeting of John the Purifier ( …
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