Here in Jerusalem (I still really like saying that), we celebrate the Sabbath on Saturday. So this past Sunday, I went out to explore the Old City. We decided to go on the Ramparts Walk, which takes you along the tops of the walls of Jerusalem. Come along with me on this latest Journey, via photos.
These are my stalwart comrades, Cory & Spencer, posing dramatically on the top of the ancient wall.
For those of you who aren't fluent in Latin, translation: Holy Land.
Churches and Barbed Rather: Both rather common sights here.
Spencer's Ascension. They'll build a church here, too, in about 200 years.
First FALAFEL! I don't know how to say "delicious" in Hebrew yet, but when I do...
Toward the end of our day, we made it to the Davidson Archeological Park, which includes part of the Western Wall of Herod's Temple. Here you can see pieces of paper that people have written prayers on tucked into the cracks in the walls.
Carrying on my tradition of supporting the ancient ruins. This pose is now 17 years strong.
Shot of the Day:
White dove flying from the ancient southern arch of the temple.