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Western Wall

  • The Western Wall, Jerusalem

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TripAdvisor Reviews

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no way to describe how awesome it is.
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 1 day ago

No where else do you feel the presence of a Supreme Being and the realization that we are not in charge of the world

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One of my most special memories of Israel
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 1 day ago

This experience was a highlight for me, one of the most anticipated things planned for my first trip to Israel. While there, we actually visited the wall twice. The first time, we could only look from a distance, could not take pictures. The next day, we were able to spend free...

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This experience was a highlight for me, one of the most anticipated things planned for my first trip to Israel. While there, we actually visited the wall twice. The first time, we could only look from a distance, could not take pictures. The next day, we were able to spend free time, and walk over to the wall for prayer and have the "experience". For me, words cannot express how spiritual it was. It was very emotional. I am so happy to have a photo of it because it so brings me joy to remember it by. I have to say that the only part I did not like, was that I did not know ahead of time that the women and men are separated for that experience. My husband and I are married 50 years and travel and do most everything together. I was disappointed that we were separated for this. But that is the way it is, and you have to accept it. Nevertheless, it was a beautiful thing.

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Holiest of Jewish sites
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 1 day ago

There is no way to describe what it feels to be Jewish and first visit the Western Wall. It truly is the holiest of sites, and one that creates an instant connection to the religion.

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