• Breakfast in hotel.
• We will start our last day by visiting The Mount of Olives. Olive trees, which are 2 thousand years old. It remembers the times when the Garden of Gethsemane was much bigger, and the cemetery much smaller.
Judean, and then Christian religious history is closely connected with the mountains: higher above the earth, closer to God.
The Mount of Olives saw how King David came to pray here, how he fled here from his rebellious son Absalom. His other son, Solomon, offended the sacred mountain by “temples of filth”. Which were built by his heathen wives by permission of Solomon. But from today’s point of view, many pilgrims from different faiths pray on the Mount of Olives. It seems that Solomon was ahead of his time, wishing everyone could pray here. God is one, after all, they simply honor Him with different words and in different guises. And all then go to the same land.
• We will explore the Church of ascension, Church of Pater Noster and Dominus Flevit.
• Walking toward to the Church of All Nations and the garden of Gethsemane.
• Panoramic view to the Pools of Bethesda and walk into the Old City of Jerusalem stopping at the Church of St. Anne and Convent of the Sisters of Zion. Retrace Jesus path down via Dolorosa to the site of his crucifixion, now preserved in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and visit Jesus burial tomb.