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... is a rock which could have been used by Jesus when mounting the donkey. On closer inspection it seems that the colt that Jesus rode that day was more the size of a camel or an elephant. See photo. We walked down the Mount to Dominus Flevit (the Lord wept). This has to be one of the very best views in Jerusalem. You are looking straight across the Kidron Valley at the Old City and a marvellous sight it is. From this angle you look straight at the Dome of the Rock and the Holy Sepulchre ...
... ministers but not all Anglican. I believe I'm the only Catholic. Graham, the Dean, is a Canadian who spent most of his working life in Michigan where he met his wife Sherry who is a Staff Volunteer. Rodney, the Course Director, is a Methodist minister; he is very knowledgeable and speaks very well. Mike, the Chaplain, was formerly in the Coastguard; his wife Judy is a Course Assistant. They all live on site and join us for ...
... the Struthion Pool was actually not the Pavement where Pilate judged Christ, even though it had previously been thought to be up until 30-40 years ago. Instead, the starting point of Christ's walk to the cross was probably on the west side of the city—closer to where Pilate would have lived—away from his lower ranking soldiers on the east side of Jerusalem. On the way back to the bus, we passed the Dung and ...
... to the mayhem! Naturally, I was busy shooting and even got my two cents worth in when one guy told me to go back to America! I shut him up and had the Israelis cheering when I told him I was from Canada, and that I stand with Israel! "We love your Prime Minister!", one guy shouted. I didn't tell him that many Canadians don't! As I stood there, I watched a tiny, old Jewish woman walk up to one of the hipsters and point at her arm. OMG! No way! She ...
... Old City via the Zion Gate and passed through the Armenian section and headed for the Jewish section which was “closed for business” for the Shabbat. By the way it “felt like Sunday” because there was no work day, frenzied atmosphere there. We saw the tomb of King David which most Jewish scholars say is highly unlikely the resting place of King David – there were ultra-orthodox nevertheless praying at the tomb (that phenomena ...