Caesar Premier Jerusalem
Travel Blogs from Jerusalem
... then, with clothing rearranged, they all sat down and carried on. So, here I sit, on the patio on another beautiful Jerusalem evening under a brilliant 3/4 moon. I should be here for the full moon...maybe in Galilee if all goes well. Tomorrow is the last day of the conference, and then I will be doing more sightseeing. Now that I have my camera, more pictures will follow. Off to bed before midnight for the first time since I arrived. No sirens or booms tonight. Ciao for ...
... the day before and only reheated on the Sabbath. All Jewish owned stores were closed however the Arab owned ones were open but the Jews generally do not go to the Arab parts of Jerusalem.
Our first stop of the day was back at the Garden Tomb where we met up with all 5 of the Moody buses to have a communion service. We were led in singing again by the 2 Moody students (Atsen and Adele) and the message was give Dr. Paul Nyquist and he also led us in communion. It was a ...
... tour would entail.
On the way to the wailing wall, we walk past an excavation which revealed the original main Roman road "cardo maximus" in a north-south orientation. This was only discovered recently when a mosaic of Jerusalem old city was found in a church. see wiki
The Madaba Map (also known as the Madaba Mosaic Map) is part of a floor mosaic in the early Byzantine church of Saint George at Madaba, Jordan. The Madaba Map is a map of the Middle East. Part of ...
This is our last day in Jerusalem. Our group of 27 will be heading home after this wonderful trip.
Started our day by going to the "People of the book" museum where they keep the actual manuscripts of the Old Testament from the Qumran community. Next door to that is a complete model of the the old city of Jerusalem as it was during the time of Jesus. Very impressive model.
We then headed off to the Museum of ...
... We had to switch guides at that point, and that is where we got a little view of Palestinian life and politics.
The Shepherds fields helps you understand that more than likely Jesus was born in a grotto, a cavelike environment. Animals would be placed towards the back so heat would come off of them and they could not escape and get lost.
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