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We left Kibbutz Ein Gedi after enjoying our last cliff top view of the Dead Sea and watching the Ibex's sleeping on the steep sandstone cliffs. I drove us back up Route 90, passing a huge herd of wild camels on the desert road. We found out an hour after we left there was a crash between a private car and a bus which resulted in one lady dead and …
... baklava and all of the beautiful spices! We didn't linger long here as we had a lot of ground to cover.
Next stop was the "Artist's Market" where there was table after table of local artists selling their crafts. I saw so many creative and fascinating things here, and even purchased a small souvenir for someone special ;-)
From here we made our way to the heart of old Tel Aviv where Rothschild's Boulevard meets ...
... 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 ...
... all of the well-built apartment buildings and shopping malls, it doesn't look war-torn. Plenty of the buildings look nicer than a lot of places where people live in Israel. However, there aren't kids in the streets, so I'm not sure I can declare it as safe as the buildings make it appear to be.
I was very hungry when we finally stopped for lunch at Ce Tu coffee shop and cafe. I ended up sitting with some of the Italians and Spaniards in our group. They ...
... number of groups allowed in at any one time. Our British Guide, Ann, walked us through the Garden where perhaps Jesus was buried. We saw the Skull Hill that must have been near the crucifixion cite. Ann quoted the Bible for all her references. Jesus was probably not crucified on a hill. Jesus would have only carried the horizontal part of the cross. Jesus MAY have been buried in the cave near this garden, but maybe not. It doesn't matter ...