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... the temperatures rise above freezing again.
And the traffic all these grocery-shoppers and other pre-storm panickers created reached new
lengths of stand-still lines of vehicles and horn-honking - that's saying a lot to anyone who has ever driven here. I arrived late to an appointment this morning due to the unexpected traffic; but getting home was the real challenge. Most cabs ...
... a buying stop, yum.
We had some renos to the apartment and now Craig has an office and bedroom until more company arrive! We aren't worried about colour coordinating so much here. It means a taxi ride back downtown to somehow find the curtain shop!!
Next photos are from downtown. Aren't those stairs neat? Up up up. Should have practiced for when we are in Petra on Tuesday. I can't wait to post those photos. Everyone says it's beyond amazing.
Next is ...
... and probably to the Canaanite period prior.
After brief stops at the Sycamore Tree and Herod's Palace, the southern site of Jericho near the Wadi Kilt, we traveled up the steep Ascent of Adummim until we were ready to stop the bus and hike to the top of a ridge to survey a panoramic view of the Judean Wilderness above the Jordan Valley. The focus of our discussion was the superiority of Christ over Israel as Isaiah 40 and Luke 1 point out. ...
... it is just not true. We really are wrapped in a bubble. If you are really into historic sites( like I mean really into) and hikes then you might like it. If like me, you have zero interest in historic sites and hikes then maybe give it a skip. The people here and not friendly and not really open to talking to you so it's hard to get an idea of what life is really like there. I accidentally deleted my photos of Jordan so will have to wait for ...
... to have healing qualities. The experience is very uplifting and relaxing. The Dead Sea is 420 metres below sea level. The lowest place on earth that a person can stand that's not underwater. Finally after a lovely dinner it was time for sleep after nearly 48 hrs of travel. Tomorrow we ahead to Palestine and ...