The Mount of Olives, where it is believed that people will be resurrected first after the coming of the Messiah. To get a head start, over 150,000 Jews have been buried here - there are no longer any olive trees, after which the mount was named... just graves.
Security cameras - everywhere. Security is super tight in Jerusalem, far more than anywhere I have ever been. However, interestingly, there is almost no petty or individual crime (robbing, murder, petty thief, etc...) just... some big attacks. I don't know if that makes me feel better or not. Regardless, TONS of security.
Right outside the Jewish Quarter are the ancient baths from which the tradition of baptism has been derived. In the times of the temples, Jews would come to these baths to be spiritually cleansed before they would take their 1/2 shekle and sacrifice (usually a goat, lamb, calf, dove or whatever their best animal was) to be burned at the temple. The would be fully immersed, and then change into white clothing. The Temple was just about a 4 or 5 minute walk from here.
Rght near the ruins of the baths, you can see the church of the Rooster, the place where is it believed that Peter denied Jesus 3 times before the crowing of the rooster:
A statue of David. However, no statue is supposed to stand on HOly Places....
This is another picture of the room of the Last Supper/Pentacost. I wasn't quite sure whether I should take pictures or not. Different people react differently when entering this room - our guide said that often charismatic Christians will being yelling and jumping around, and that some even bang their heads on the walls so hard that they have to go to the hospital. I'm not really sure what to think about that either way - this picture is a group I think from Russia, who walked into the room and broke into song - I recognized the melodies of some of the hymns that they sang, but not the words.