Dec. 4-7

Dec. 4Hotel pick-up 
Tour Old city of Jaffa associated with Jonah and the whale.
Jaffa – the city built by Japheth, son of Noah.
The Andromeda rocks
The Statue of faith of the 3 fathers; Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
The hanging citrus tree.
The House of Simon the Tanner.
The Port of Jaffa. 
Walk along the seashores of the Mediterranean Seashores.
Visit the famous land mark of Tel-aviv, the Azrieli Center.  
Dec. 5Hotel Pick-up in Tel-aviv
Travel to Jerusalem.
The “I Love Jerusalem” sign for quick picture taking.
The Great Wall of Jerusalem
The Jaffa Gate.
The King David Citadel.
The Jewish Quarter
The Cardo from the Byzantine Era
The Broad wall from King Hezekiah
The Hurva Synagogue and the Golden Menorah
The Temple Mount Lookout
The Archaeological site on the S/E wall of the Temple Mount.
The Western Wall. (prepare a written prayer to be inserted on the wall)
The Bethesda Pool where Jesus healed the crippled man. (if open)
The Via Dolorosa; The way of the cross.
The Holy Sepulchre Church: The holiest site in Christianity   
* The site of the crucifixion and death of Jesus.   
* The Tomb of Jesus and the site of the resurrection.
Travel to Tel-aviv
Dec. 6 Travel to Bethlehem.
Tour Bethlehem;
The Shepherds Field
The Nativity Church;   
*The star of Bethlehem   
*The Manger   
*The tomb of the innocents (if open)
The Manger Square;
The Milk Grotto (optional)
The “I Love Bethlehem” sign for quick picture taking.
Travel back to Tel-aviv
Dec. 7Hotel Pick-up in Tel-aviv
Travel to Jerusalem.
The Damascus Gate
The Temple Mount   
* The Dome of the Rock/The Golden dome   
* The Al Aqsa Mosque
Note: The Temple Mount is closed on Fridays, Saturdays and Muslim holidays Travel to the Dead Sea via the Judea Desert
Picture taking at the giant “Dead Sea” sign
Float on the Dead Sea at Ein Bokek Beach. (might be too cold)
Refresh in the Dead Sea Mall.
Travel to Tel-aviv
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