|Tiberias||May 08-10, 2024||Caesar Hotel|
|Jerusalem||May 11-14 , 2024||InbalHotel|
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Double Occupancy: $440.00 Per person
Single Occupancy: $594.00 Per Person
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Today we depart Raleigh/Durham for our flight to Tel Aviv, Israel, with a connection in Newark.
After breakfast we begin our day at the Western Wall, Jerusalem’s holiest site. We walk through the Rabbinical Tunnel and examine two stone blocks each weighing about 600 tons. We visit the southern side of the Temple complex and examine ruins that include steps where we may be certain Jesus and the disciples walked. We then continue walking along the path to the City of David. The tour starts with a 10 minute 3-D movie. It gives a visual timeline of the geography of the City of David from the original settlement to the present day. Then descend into the ground to Hezekiah’s tunnel built somewhere near 700 B.C. and was needed to bring fresh water from outside the fortified City of David (from the Gihon Spring) to the inside (deposited into the Pool of Siloam) so that the city would have drinking water during any siege (the tunnel’s construction is referred to in Isaiah 22:9). As part of the tour, you can do the 40-minute walk in knee-high water from the Gihon Spring to the Pool of Siloam. We then drive to West Jerusalem passing by the Knesset to the Shrine of the Book, which houses the Dead Sea Scrolls, and the Israel Museum, including the outdoor model of Jerusalem as the city may have looked in 66 AD. We then drive west and stop at the nearby picturesque Ein Karem village located approximately 8 km southwest of Jerusalem. We visit the church of visitation is also known as the Church of the Magnificat (Mary's song in Luke 1:46-55), and St. John's Church before returning back to our hotel for dinner and overnight.