View of Jerusalem at the entrance to Yad Vashem--Located at the foot of Mount Herzl on the Mount of Remembrance in Jerusalem, Yad Vashem is the Holocaust Martyrs History Museum
A soldier minding both the cases of juice, packs and guns of her unit at Yad Vashem.
The view from the other side of the memorial.
Just a few folks hanging out at the Memorial with a good view of the hilltop behind.
Morning queue of a military unit at Yad Vashem.
Leaving Yad Vashem
We were a somber and reflective group at the end of the tour.
Street photo shot from the bus.
Another street photo shot from the bus.
Kiosk on the way to the Old City.
Another street scene shot from the bus.
Governor Doyle addressing the the delegation at lunch at DARNA- a moroccan restaurant.
The traffic is certainly vibrant and includes horses right outside the Dung Gate to Old City.
The lower portion of the Jewish Quarter of the Old City.
Entering the Jewish Quarter.
A man proclaiming his beliefs followed by a videographer.
Zach trying to find all of us.
Soldiers drilling at the Western Wall.
The entrance to the women's side of the Wailing Wall.
A mix of people in square.
Arm training just broke up at the Wailing Wall.
Large size- notice the boys on the roof on the left side of the alley and the hand signal of the boy standing in the alley.
One of the many stalls in the Old City of Jerusalem.
Here I am at a Station of the Cross.
Great lighting near sunset in the Old City.
These two boys were recounting soccer moves as we walked by.
Late evening crowds in the Old City.
Shoppers in the early evening in the labyrinth of the Old City.
Not great focus but the sense of energy and diversity on the street is here.
An amazing great night sky upon emerging from the labyrinth of stalls.
Night life and lights.
The Spice and Nut stall with a very photogenic proprietor.
A side street with outdoor stalls.
Entering the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
Crucifixion Mosaic at a Station of the Cross
I just liked the lights coming down the stairs.