BYU Jerusalem

Here's a convenient little list of most of my BYU Jerusalem posts from the summer of 2013. It was an amazing, adventure-filled, HOT summer filled with a lot of unnecessary learning about archeology and way too much singing of hymns. At the same time, it was hands down one of the best summers of my life, and it was a great experience getting to explore almost the entire country of Israel.

Field trips (i.e. long, hot days where you spend a lot of time on a bus and see a lot of stuff that's mostly very interesting)
Overlooking Jerusalem
Marissa, Israel
Yad Vashem
City of David
Neot Kedumim
Separation Wall
Dead Sea
Jesus in Jerusalem
Hebrew class

Free days (i.e. the best days- where you can do whatever you feel like doing at whatever time you feel like doing it)
Jewish Quarter
Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Festival of Lights
Dome of the Rock
Pools of Bethesda
Tel Aviv
Via Dolorosa
Israel Museum/Temple Institute 
St. Savior's/Mea Shearim/Israeli soldiers
Mount of Olives
Rampart walk
Hurva Synagogue

Turkey (i.e. the country that you had no idea you always wanted to see)
Sardis/Bursa/Hagia Sophia
Turkish Mosques

Jordan (i.e. the country where your bus breaks down a million times in the middle of the desert but you still kind of enjoy it)
Mount Nebo/Machaerus/Stranded in the desert
Amman Citadel/Jerash
Jordan River

Galilee (i.e. the part of the study abroad where you feel like you're on vacation from your vacation)
Sea of Galilee
Golan Heights
Jezreel Valley/Megiddo
Upper Galilee
Western Galilee 

Visiting synagogues
Jerusalem Center tour
Jerusalem Fashion

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