Jerusalem In Two Hours

Written By bryanboy

After spending a few days in Tel Aviv, I went on a quick day trip to Jerusalem. It was a whirlwind tour of the Old City and its religious quarters — Jewish, Muslim and Christian. I definitely want to come back very soon and hopefully, not in a tour group. Two hours is simply not enough to leisurely enjoy the very many sights.

Bryanboy walking with kids in Jerusalem

Click click click for my mini Jerusalem photo diary!


Old City, Jerusalem
Bougainvillaea flowers in Jerusalem
Muslim quarter store
Pilgrim lighting a candle
One of the ornate ceilings of Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Ceiling of Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Lit candles at Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Row of candles at Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Frankincense in Jerusalem
Bryanboy holding a crucifix in Jerusalem
Holy land treasures
Muslim Quarter, Jerusalem
Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem
Bryanboy outside Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Altar of Crucifixion at Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Christian pilgrims inside Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Skylight at Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem
Israel Defense Forces t-shirt
Christian souvenirs, Jerusalem
View of Western Wall Plaza, Jerusalem
Western Wall Plaza, Jerusalem
White kippa in Jerusalem
Bryanboy wearing a kippa at the Western Wall, Jerusalem
Bryanboy praying at the Western Wall, Jerusalem
Bryanboy's wish at Western Wall, Jerusalem
Western Wall, Jerusalem
Jews at Western Wall
Western Wall at Jewish Quarter in Old City, Jerusalem
Jewish insignia
Main entrances to Western Wall
Jewish Quarter entrance in Jerusalem
Jerusalem skyline

18 Comments

  1. This is a gorgeous photo diary. I love that you focused on the city and architecture as much as you did on your outfit.
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  2. O I’ve been there and also in Tel Aviv, Israel is so great country! plus we have the same problems with the Muslims here in Europe.

  3. Hi there!I’m so happy you got to see that side of the middle east, I hope you also noticed the great night life, street fashion and annoying and spicy people that proudly represent the Israeli culture :)

  4. Adam Seliga

    leather pants are so f*ing chic right now. but theres no way a dudes purse will ever go mainstream – invest in a briefcase.

  5. Judith Yehudit Amiel-Bendheim

    Israel is a great country with amazing people, culture, food and fashion.

  6. שרון חנן- סטייליסטית

    Hi, im so happy to see all off your pictures from my country!!! Its great!!!
    I hope u enjoy… I enjoy to see and read your blog

  7. Please remove “Jul’s” comment “plus we have the same problems with the Muslims here in Europe.” It is unnecessary and a very disturbing comment. Thanks.

  8. Thats why i love you & your blog. such a light hearted approach to everything. that pic with you and the kids is precious.
    That said ….I second Tine’s request…. that comment by “Jul’s” is malicious & unnecessary (probably like the person them self)

  9. Bless you, BB. Love your blog, your fashion, your writing, your sophistication and, above all, that you seem to be, quite simply, a really nice person.

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