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... in the German Colony to the Israel Museum, a singular destination open, as few other places were this day in
Jerusalem, on Shabbat. We had a map, we had GPS on our phones, and we got lost. A walk our phone said should take 45 minutes took 2 hours, up, down, and around hills. But we arrived.
I want to get this up & posted, so more about the museum later. More about whether or not ...
... it. His son King Solomon built and consecrated the Temple about 950 BCE after 7 years of construction—fast work—on what is now called the Temple Mount, Har HaBayit. Exactly where it stood on that mountain is debated. Some believe it was precisely where the Dome of the Rock stands now, others south of that, between the Dome of the Rock and el-Aqsa, while a third view is that it was actually north of the Dome. It was up on the Temple Mount somewhere, and in ...
... a handfood lunch or some kind of bread or pancake with a tomato based dip with some *****ians whilst I watched their group of singers at the spring there.
First night in Jerusalem I stayed in Abraham Hostels which is a monolith of a hostel. I think it has before 400-500 beds and it's the go-to for all backpackers in Israel. In fact I think it got rated like #7 in the world or something. I enjoyed it but I almost found it *too* ...
... yum! Quick question, why does the police force keep their lights on ALL THE TIME?! At home, we start freaking out and keep looking over our shoulders if we see the infamous "blue light special" but here, its as normal as breathing! I guess there has to be some order to the madness, lol! Shower time, then pictures to follow at dinner! ...
... the Muslim Quarter. Reaching the Via Dolorosoa we reached the start ,near the Lions' Gate.The plan was to see as many stations of the cross as we could find and to walk the whole length .The Via,or "Way of Sorrow"is the traditional path Jesus took on his journey from his condemnation by Pontius Pilate to the crucifixation at Calvary.we didn't get to the end,the "Church of the Holy Supulchre", the route is tortuous and crammed with souvenir shops ...