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... lunch I did hit a wall so I skipped out of one session to just sit in the sun and veg. I was finally able to connect with FB friend, Gretchen Leoni from Texas, so we may do some exploring this weekend. So, we arrived back at the hotel around 6:30. Armed with new information, I headed for a photo shop on Ben Yehuda Street. When I finally found it, it was closed, but I could see someone in there, so I kept pounding on the door until the owner let me in. I guess it was ...
... trip to the Taybeh brewery was very political, but they are trying to take positive steps to improve their situation. The tour guide mentioned the word "resistance" several times when discussing their business, but seemed to be interested in peaceful resistance, and not the violence we sometimes see. She also spent a lot of time discussing their water issues. Basically, the West Bank has water shortage issues, and the Jewish settlements have their water shut off less ...
... any place I have ever seen for praying. The men and women are separated by a barrier, but both men and women stand on chairs to peek at the other side. Women of the Wall join voices in the back of the women's section, their voices are beautiful against the cacophony. Men in the back of the men's section sound positively tribal. Is this to drown out the women? Or marking someone's joyous simcha? We don't know. And ...
... although Nadi said there was a Palestine village). On the plain below King Josiah fought and lost on the plain know as Armageddon. The site contains an underground water system. which was built so that in times of siege the townspeople had water.
Next we went to Mount Carmel where Elijah challenged the prophets of Baal and the Lord won a great victory that day. ...
... br> card with a QR code. It was humorous to see the modern smart phone feature
posted on the doorway of an ancient tomb – old meets new. To see a video of our
guide describing the tomb in detail visit: http://youtu.be/3e7tre4WDtM
From there we entered Jerusalem via Jaffa Gate, one of eight different gates into the city. Jaffa Gate is the only one gates of the Old ...