Briggs wanted pictures. Here's the best 15 of the lot I took in Jerusalem. You can click for somewhat larger versions, but only one is over 200k in size. They should pop up quickly. This is a view of the Old City taken from the Mount of Olives.
These are the city walls, again from the Mount of Olives.
This is a Russian Orthodox Church. I forget it's name, again taken from the Mount of Olives.
This is a view of the West Jerusalem taken from Yad Vashem, the Holocaust museum.
This is Craig, with West Jerusalem in the background, again taken at Yad Vashem.
This is a windmill in Jerusalem. It was not built by Don Quixote, but from the story the tour guide told, it might as well have been. Sadly, the details are fuzzy in my memory. I don't know that I trusted our tour guide to begin with.
This is the Abbey of the Dormition.
The Dome of the Rock and one of the minarets of Al-Aqsa Mosque, taken near the entrance to the Wailing Wall.
Al-Aqsa Mosque, taken near the entrance to the Wailing wall.
This is a close-up of the Dome. You can click onto it to get the full resolution. I didn't scale it down—so if you click on it, you'll get over a meg of data. But you can really see a lot of the detail.
The domes of Al-Aqsa Mosque, taken at the Wailing Wall.
One of the many beautiful rooftops in the Old City. Craig does our porch with flowers in Seattle like this. It's rather permanently given me a soft spot for porches, terraces and rooftops of the sort.
This is opening of the Fatiha from the Quran. It's inscribed in the room in which Jesus was supposed to have had the Last Supper, from the period when the room was made into a mosque.