We took the cable car up and down, but if you are strong enough, and if it is cool enough, walking the Snake Path would give a real sense of what the original inhabitants and the rebels had to go through just coming and going. The sights are beautiful, but it is important to remember the tragic history of the place. My wife and I were lucky enough to find a rabbi in a climate-controlled corner of one of the ruins, where he was copying a Torah scroll. He was kind enough to write our names for us in Hebrew, for which we gave him a small donation. A once-in-a-lifetime experience.
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