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... lovely hotel included in the price of the tour ,we could see kite riders on the Mediterranean from our window.Wayne and I decided to walk to the shopping centre but as it was Shabbat it was closed, we continued onto the beach to see a gorgeous sunset, unfortunately I had forgotten my camera.Took a wrong turn and ended up lost,until we asked directions,delaying our return. •We had made the decision to go early to the airport ...
... and one of the men gave Glenn a blessing. We visited the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the site of Jesus' crucifixion, burial and resurrection. This church is shared, uncomfortably, by 6 Christian denominations but the main control is by the Greek Orthodox. Each one has there own responsibilities and even minor infringements can cause hostility. In the photo of the church there is a ladder under a window and the story is that it has ...
... view of the ocean.
cleaned up & changed, we went to the Tel Aviv port for Kabbalat Shabbat
services with Beit Tefilah Israeli.
There were hundreds of people there.
Watching the waves crash against the rocks, feeling the slight spray of
water, watching the sun slowly set, ...
... It is in a large fancy building in a large fancy complex and is well-guarded. Even as tourists and not journalists, we were instructed not to take pictures of the buildings behind the tomb building. We were encouraged to take pictures of ourselves with the guards and at the tomb, but most people didn't. You could tell that quite a few of the other tour members were also uncomfortable with visiting the tomb of a known terrorist leader.
We continued through ...
... Mohammad was thought to have ascended into Heaven. It was beautiful and we walked all around the area.
Next we stopped at the church that was built on the birthplace of John the Baptist. The church had stained glass windows in the dome that were particularly striking. We sang in that church to enjoy the acoustics.
The Holicaust Museum was our next stop. It was more than we could take - just overwhelming. The ...