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... in rotation! We're meeting for breakfast at 8 and then have to catch the train for Florence about 10. This morning eight of us from the group still left at the college went for a walk along the top of the wall. We lined up to buy tickets at 16 NIS each when the guy said they offered a pensioner discount. So even without having my Seniors Card to show I got a 50% discount! Most of us were quite chuffed! It was ...
... 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 ...
... as they left. The Israelis therefore had to remove the rubble which revealed many artifacts from early eras – we saw a section of a wall that was over 2,300 years old.
We then walked and prayed the Stations of the Cross – again, highly unlikely that it was the exact path. It now runs through the Arab section of town – right through the open market! We listened to our classmates read the passage pertaining to the ...
... and foods traded all along the Silk Road were found here. As I was walked I saw a man staring at me. Considering my past with men I was not eager to introduce myself so I cautiously slid through the market trying to avoid him. Finally when I thought I had evaded him he turned up right in front of me! Startled I jumped and my hijab blew up slightly. I frantically hid my face and fixed it while my face became deeper and deeper red. Our hands touched for a brief second as ...
... we finally land one with a group from South Carolina. We were out on the sea for about an hour, with a historical talk during the first half and then songs playing such as "this little like of mine" and "When the saints go marching in," both classics. We then drove our way up the mount to meet a group that was scheduled to have an English mass. When they arrive, we instantly know they're from Australia and one of the two priests even knew where Steubenville ...