Upon arriving in Jerusalem, we went to the top of Mount Scopus and looked over the lights of the city.
From the Mount of Olives we could look over the city of Jerusalem, including the Dome of the Rock.
Who could resist riding a camel while on the Mount of Olives?
View of the old city and the Dome of the Rock from the Mount of Olives.
View of the Kidron Valley from the Mount of Olives.
View of the tombs on the lower slopes of the Mount of Olives.
View of the entrance to the Dome of the Rock. Only Moslems are allowed entrance up the ramp.
We drove by the Jewish parliament building (Knesset).
The Church of All Nations at Gethsemane.
View of the Jaffa Gate and David’s Citadel in the daylight.
View of the Jaffa Gate and David’s Citadel at night.
On our last day in Jerusalem we had a farewell dinner in an Arabic restaurant. Most of our tour group was heading back to the USA. Only five of us were headed for Eliat. In the center are our bus driver (Dov) and our tour guide (also named Dov).