Jerusalem and Bethlehem Private Christian Tour from Jerusalem
"Pickup is provided from your Jerusalem hotel. Explore the Christian Quarter of Jerusalem as you make your way to the Holy Sepulcher Church. Visit the Cavalry Golgotha numerous internal shrines and Jesus’ tomb. Descend the depths of St. Helen Church to the cave where the Holy Cross was found. On your way to Bethlehem enjoy a fascinating panorama of Jerusalem. Arrive in Bethlehem a 15-minute ride drive from the Old City located in Palestine. Cross the border into Palestine which will take only a few minutes. Make sure to have your passport and any necessary travel documents with you on the day of the tour. Visit the Church of the Nativity at Manger Square one of the oldest churches in the world. Walk through the church
"Make your experience in the Lehigh Gorge State Park memorable by riding the trails on a bike rental. Pick from 6 different types of bikes to ensure you fit your riding capabilities and preferences.Expert 29er: Advanced technology with state o including disc brakes increases suspension and easy shift gearing. Sport Bikes: Aluminum frame bikes with front shocks including 26"" models with disc brakes. Economy Class Bikes: Traditional mountain bikes without front shocks perfect for the beginner and novice mountain biker. Kids Bikes: 20"" and 24"" bike appropriate for ages 5-14 with gears and grip shifters. Tag Along Bikes: Bikes appropriate to include ages 3-5 with little bike riding experience. Toddler Trailer-Caboose: Trailers perfect for children ages 1-3
"Take a day away from Philadelphia to visit Valley Forge National Historic Park in King of Prussia PA! Depart Philly in the comfort of a private minivan reaching the park in roughly 30 minutes depending on traffic. Your tour includes a drive around Valley Forge National Historic Park where you will see regimental monuments and re-creations of the huts used by the troops who camped here. explore and take photos across the park! You’ll visit the site of George Washington’s headquarters and the Washington Memorial Chapel built in the early 1900's to commemorate this unique part of history. Throughout your drive your guide will share stories and historical information. You'll also have a chance to stop at the park's Visitor Center
Just east of the Kittatinny Point Visitor Center on the access road to the Dunnfield Exit, there is a small paved parking lot and fishing access to the Delaware River. You can see Mount Tammany (1527...