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TravelPod Member ReviewsMimi B&B Ohrid
Great stay in Jerusalem. The old city was amazing. To walk where Jesus walked and to see the mount of olives, the Garden of Gethsemane, the wailing wall,, pool of Siloam was inspiring.
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Back home took about 2500 pictures. Hope to have a time to show some of them and share some stories. Having seen the Holy Land the Bible just seems to come alive.
If we hadn't been moving on to Rome, I think I would have been devastated to leave Israel. But Rome was more exciting unknown territory to explore.
There will never be another place like Israel: God's land, God's people, and the Bible alive all around you!
Sim went off to the post office to post excess stuff back home - including Pam's fruit juicers!
At 10am we all left for the American colony Hotel for morning tea. This hotel has a ...
... had some great Palestinian food which is essentially rice and the odd piece of goat or if you're lucky, lamb or chicken.
Next day just strolled went to see Yasser Arafat's tomb and later found myself cavorting to some jungle, D'nb, Arabic tunes in a hole-in-the-wall club. One of the DJs was using pots and pans as stands for his set whilst he periodically twisted his dreds or adjusted his bulging rastacap.
•Finishing lunch we walked to the end of the Via Dolorosa and arrived at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.A site venerated since the 4th century as Calvary and also contains the place where Jesus is buried. It remains an important place of Christian pilgrimage,purporting also to be the site of Christ's resurrection. Control of the building is shared between several Christian Churches and secular entities in complicated arrangements,unchanged for centuries.See ...
... seismic activity maybe. Anyway that's where we now had our picnic, looking down on the lake. The main building material over the ages has been basalt. As a result the towns look completely different from the white places we've seen so far. This was noticeable again at the ruins of an ancient church that we found a little further round the lake at Kursi. Once again the site is no longer inhabited. From there we retraced our steps to our accommodation for the next two nights - ...