Embarking on our journey, we soak in the breathtaking panoramic views of Jerusalem from the pinnacle of Mount Scopus, a truly awe-inspiring start. Descending from the mount, our path leads us past the biblical Garden of Gethsemane, the poignant Church of All Nations, and the historic Kidron Valley, where monumental Jewish tombs stand as silent witnesses to the passage of time. In the heart of the Jewish Quarter, we explore the Cardo, a main street resonating with the echoes of the Byzantine era. A poignant pause is made at the Western Wall, a sacred site where we delicately place a prayer note within the ancient stones. Our journey then follows a segment of the Via Dolorosa, leading us to the remarkable Church of the Holy Sepulchre, revealing the sites of Christ’s crucifixion and burial tomb. Following a satisfying lunch break and a stroll through the vibrant Old City bazaar, our exploration extends to new Jerusalem. Traversing the modern cityscape, our destination is the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum, a poignant tribute filled with authentic artifacts, original documents, evocative photos, and video testimonials, capturing the profound stories of Holocaust survivors.