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... tourists! The church(es) was somewhat less flamboyant (compared to those in Rome) dimly lit and contained a number of mosaics as suited the varying denominations.
We departed Jerusalem Old City via one of the 9 gates, New Gate. We now had some appreciation (understanding?) of the ancient city and all of its religious complexities. Also some of its history namely the 12 sieges – the first in 925 BC and the last in 1948. The Roman ...
... headed to the old port city of Jaffa.
Dinner was at a well recomended steak house, Hatraklin, which had an excellent Israeli wine list, the food was great - but I thought having a dog wandering around from table to table in a steak restaurant was a little odd...
I wasn't able to get permission to land on the Sea of Galilee, so I took a car up there ...
... into bed early. We are having ng some trouble with internet and uploading photos as it keeps timing out. Will hopefully get this sorted eventually. We still have to pinch ourselves, trying to get our heads around being on the other side of the world. It was so weird walking the streets struggling to find any signs not written in ...
... Mount on any day except for Tisha B’Av, the annual day of mourning for the destruction of the First and Second Temples.
In a fascinating historical interlude, there was one abortive attempt by the Jews to rebuild a Third Temple just 30 years later. The Roman/Byzantine Emperor Julian the Apostate gave the Jews of Israel permission to rebuild the Temple in the 360’s, part of his effort to balance the rising power of Christianity with his ...
... We then visited the Childhood Development Center at the University. The Israelis hire Arabs for construction jobs, open their University and CDC to them and share their hospital and ambulance services with them, among other things. Next we stopped at a military outpost between Ariel and Salfit to the south--these Jewish and Arab neighbors used to live in peace prior to radical leadership. Our next stop was an amazing trip to Shiloh. This was Israel's first capital ...