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... and shoving in all directions.
There were lots of tastings at each store and we purchased some sweets
for the kids.
Drew on a photo shoot at the Open Market in Jerusalem
Jerusalem Open Market
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From the market we headed to the Western Wall, better known in the ...
... learned as much as we needed to for the time being with Chris when we visited Azekah across the valley with Chris, Benj didn't spend much time lecturing us about the site. However, we did take the time to reenact the biblical scene since we were much closer to where the actual fight took place and since we had a little more flexibility in time today. Part of Benj's lecture was interrupted by the finding of a chameleon that we all played ...
... At this point I was wondering why people wanted to do this, as I had been warned not to shave, go to the washroom or exfoliate before entering because it will burn. Sounds so relaxing and pleasant...not! So with reluctance I waded into the sharp salt bottomed sea and without even an ounce of effort was floating on my back. The experience was seriously cool to actually have to try to stand or sink, but everyone was right it is not the nicest feeling. Your private parts are on fire and ...
... permanent display.
Josephus records three walls surrounding Jerusalem during his lifetime, and the model includes all three of them as well as several towers along the walls. The first wall was built along Hezekiah's broad wall boundary by the Hasmonians. The second traces a path between Antonio's Fortress just north of the northwest corner of the Temple Mount and runs more or less west to Jaffa Gate; it was probably built by Herod the Great. The third ...
... spiritual place. We the stopped at a small restaurant in the Old City for lunch. After lunch we made our way back to the end of the Via Dolorosa to experience the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The site is venerated as Calvary where Jesus was crucified, and is said also to contain the place where Jesus was buried. The Church has been an important Christian destination because it also is the site of the resurrection of Jesus. We entered this solemn Church and ...