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... it in the wall of the temple. As I said
above, it was over 1 million pounds. I don’t care how many men you have,
nor how many animals with carriages, that is an engineering marvel.
Drew & Noah in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City in Jerusalem
We came out of the tunnel tour and celebrated Ilise’ 52nd birthday
with some ice ...
... set of stone stairs through the Cenomanian Limestone all the way down to bedrock where water would pool. This enabled the city to withstand extreme sieges because of the built-in water supply.
We also saw a 4-chambered gate in the middle of the city that dated to the 1800s BC and was located in that spot because the city at that time was much smaller than it was by the time Gezer was abandoned. Further down the path, we also got to ...
... full of colour, sweets (nothing sour), music, dancing, and fun. The actual henna ceremony itself doesn't take place till towards the end of the night after the bride has made another costume change (Sarah sported three stunning outfits this night and was even more beautiful in them as the night went on...her own night feeling like a rock star!) The henna was spread in the centre of both Sarah and Roey's palms and locked in with heart shaped pillows tied around their hards. After ...
... several times, with us waving with increased excitement, as their looks transformed from sternness to incredulousness- Israeli police: how did you come here?!? Us: oh we came from the rampart walk over there Israeli police: you cannot come here! This is security area. How did you come here? Us: security area? we were just following this tour I downloaded from the tourist office Israeli police: no this is security area! You see, this is southern wall, that is ...
Monday was a free day for us and we used the time in various ways. Some slept in and relaxed, some went to Museums or other points of interest, and some went shopping. We met for dinner and Kahlil had a surprise for us. He and his wife were going to take us to a restaurant in the Old City. So even on our free day we found ourselves back in the narrow streets and lanes walking the Old City. We had a ...