Snow-bound and cold, we spent two unplanned nights in Petra, but still could have seen more.
Eilat’s tourist district is not for us, but we did enjoy a few days of leisure and the snorkeling.
Yep, you bob like cork in the Dead Sea. Awesome!
Holy city for three for the world’s great religions, a battleground of meaning, a city where people shop for groceries and go to work.
With surprisingly little graffiti in Jerusalem, the Arabic Quarter of the Old City was filled with religious stencils.
Devotion, study, debate, prayer, offering: The Western Wall.
Long muddled and half forgotten Sunday School lessons come to life at the Sea of Galilee.
Sunrise on the Sea of Galilee.
Israel is not be the best place for road bicycling. That’s just a fact.
My last ride in Israel proves to be the toughest: Jerusalem!
Caught in a deluge on an Israeli freeway, the ride to the ruins at Caesarea was brutal.
Tagged, stenciled and pasted, the streets of Tel Aviv are full of art or blight depending on how you feel about such things.