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Jerusalem was my spiritual journey and will begin my series of travel stories on 3QT. I spent my life growing up Roman Catholic but never identified with it completely. I took courses on religion in college to better understand the historic aspect of each one and give myself an opportunity to interpret each religion using my own filters. Of all of them I wound up identifying with Buddhism the most! (That’s another story!). I did decide I wanted to visit Jerusalem once in my life. What was it about this area of the world that held the most sacred spots of our 3 major religions? For 3000 years, the Holy Land has seen unwavering faith, war and conquest from what seems like every nation. I had to experience this mysteriously, fascinating and magical land for myself.

Keith and I journeyed to Old City Jerusalem over Memorial Day weekend 2015. We only scratched the surface of the Holy Land based on the amount of time we had, but seeing Jerusalem left a lasting impression on us.

Jerusalem is a holy city for Jews, Christians and Muslims. It has a fractured past and an uncertain future, but this small land remains central to our three global faiths.

In true form, I love my lists and have decided to format my travel stories with the personal experience first and then the lists of places to go, what to see, facts, etc. I hope you enjoy this first entry.

Old City: 3000 Years Old; no liquor. Muslim, Jewish, Christian and Armenian Quarter / Outside is Modern Jerusalem.

Where to Stay:

What to Do:

Quick Facts about Judaism & Sites to See:

Quick Facts about Christianity & Sites to See:

 Quick Facts about Islam & Sites to See:

Add’l Places to see:

In Muslim Quarter:

Useful Facts:

  1. May weather: 75/80 – It’s a beautiful time to visit
  2. Need passport
  3. Arab and English spoken
  4. 7 hours ahead of EST
  5. Bring adaptors (220v)
  6. Currency: Israeli shekel (NIS)
  7. Jewish Quarter: cover head!
  8. Always carry a bottle of water
  9. Bargain in souks but not city-centric shops
  10. Olive oil soaps and Ahava and Mineral Dead Sea products
  11. Taxis (white if Israeli and yellow if Arab)

Fun Food Facts

Where to Eat: (as you will notice, Keith and I participate in ‘Food Tours’ on all holidays – we have earned every calorie!)

This city gives off a spiritual high. I cannot explain it…you just have to experience it for yourself. The cultural cognoscenti talk about the offerings of religion, theater, museums, but there is so much more than that. Sometimes it takes just walking around, getting lost and rediscovering something so old that will somehow become new and inspiring in your life.