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... do. I was lucky in that when I did go out during the day I wasn't stopped because of the weather.
When the day came, I knew it was the right time to leave Jerusalem after a fun-filled week. It was sad saying goodbye to many people who I had come to take their company for granted but I was happy to have shared memorable experiences. Sunday morning everyone said their goodbyes and went their own ways. For me I continued my journey south to ...
... Got a mud spa treatment on my feet, oh yeah!
3rd stop - Hishams palace, where Joshua army camped. Then they went to March a mile to Jericho
Lunch - temptation of Christ
4th stop - walls of Jericho
Back to the fabulous Oasis hotel, beautiful hotel. Only problem being in a desert, the hotel isn't equipped with a furnace. Very cold night in the ...
... I was shocked to learn that the ground the bus parked on and that we stepped out onto was probably littered with hordes of archeological treasures. There was an extremely rich dig site right next to us that had not yet been completed and was filled with all sorts of old pottery, loom weights, and random other treasures that make archeologists go wild.
Not only the home of a human giant, but also a giant among Tells, Gath looms above ...
... and that made it easy to understand why it is probably the site of the High Place of Gibeon. Within the scope of our view was the west side of Jerusalem outside Jaffa Gate, the Augusta Victoria Hospital, and Russian Church of the Ascension on the Mount of Olives. Benj also pointed out Gibeon, which was in a relatively flat location that was contested because of its agricultural importance. We also noted the Sorek Valley that drained ...
... _Masada While it is possible to climb the very steep track to the top, it is only for the (fool)hardy, and it was an easy decision for us to take the cable gondola. We spent a good couple of hours marvelling at the two palaces which Herod had built along with their infrastructure of store-rooms, cisterns and so much more. The ruins have been beautifully preserved. It was very hot and glary, but it was so interesting to see it all ...