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... Christmas 3 times a year, based on the Catholic/Protestant, Orthodox, and Armenian communities. Easter is twice, based on 2 calendars (Gregorian and Julian).
The church of the Nativity is the oldest continually occupied and run church in the world. The Catholic section is a major church for the world as they broadcast the mass from there every Christmas Eve. Today, they had masses from 3 different ...
... also start saving money for my future, but that seems too adult-ish and I'm just not ready to grow up yet.
If there's one thing I can impart on you all, or at least ask, is to please not believe all the hype that Israel is unsafe. The only time there may have been doubts was when I almost got us killed (a few times) in Jordan, but Israel is full of gorgeous sites, great people, and awesome food. Hope this installment of the travel log didn’t disappoint. The rest of my pictures are on Facebook, so ...
... the street that Jesus walked and carried his cross to the place of his crucifixion) the second state of the old city became aware to me. I am surrounded by people who's belief exceeds mine by far. Via Dolorosa is crowded by Russian Orthodox women dressed up like the holy mother herself waving at and touching everything that could have been a place where Jesus took a break or checked for directions on google maps (oh, no, different century :) ). Beside also ...
... cock's crow," and commemorates Peter's triple rejection of Jesus. This is also where the palace of Caiaphas was located, and where Jesus was believed to be questioned and imprisoned by the Jewish Sanhedrin for blasphemy. Before entering, we took pictures atop the hill, overlooking ...
... br> We met Kate and Jake shortly after arriving and walked down to the shore of the sea itself. Sea is a misnomer here; the Dead Sea is a lake; one with no outlet. The Jordan river empties into the Dead Sea, which loses water only by evaporation. The net result is that it grows progressively saltier over time. The edges of the Dead Sea are encrusted with white; from a distance this looks like sand, and as you get close it resembles snow. Standing ...