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... from outside Jerusalem during the siege of Sennacherib, King of Assyria, about 701BC, into the walled city and prevent Senn's army from having water. We had one flashlight in front and one behind or we would have been wading in water of unknown depth in pitch blackness. Again, amazing that ancient people did all that with hammers and ...
... Catholics, the Greek Orthodox and the Armenian Apostolics. There is a little grotto under the church where people lined up in droves, many on pilgrimages, to touch the stone where it is believed Jesus was born.
On our way back to the border, we had a cab driver who offered to take us around the town to see the art of the famous graffiti artist Banksy, as well as the Palestine Wall. Seeing the wall was an incredibly moving experience. Being in Palestine, we viewed it from ...
... Next, we went to Qumran. This is where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found. There were lots of caves and ruins.
Afterwards, we went to Jericho, the oldest city on earth that has been continuously occupied.
We had lunch at the Temptation Restaurant and then shopped. The glass and the other gift items were pretty tempting! We shopped and shipped.
After walking around The ruins of older Jericho, we drove to the Valley ...
... all could be cleared. As a result of the delay at the border plans were changed and we travelled to Jericho - the oldest city of human existence. Here we saw the sycamore tree that Zachaeus climbed to see Jesus and we visited the Mount of Temptation where Jesus was tempted by the devil. Travel east and onto Tiberias on the shores of Lake Galilee … “Go to Galilee and you will find him ...
... sandstone. Some old building facades were used in the new mall’s construction. These old facades still show signs of the meticulous numbering system that allowed builders to dismantle, move, and reassemble the entire structure, placing each stone back in its original location.
We were told that it is very difficult for developers to successfully complete new civil projects because often in the process of excavation ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsJericho Resort Village
After some 9 hotels in the past 4 weeks, I have to say that this is my favorite. Despite the fact that we do not have much water pressure, I like the attitude of the staff, the food is great and the garden like setting around the pool is pleasant to look at. I would recommend this hotel to my friends.
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