There’s this thing about all these places: nobody knows for sure. Usually, a thousand years or so someone pulled some vague evidence out of a hat and calls it proof, because Popper hasn’t had the chance to define what is a proof and what isn’t. The “proof” became dogma and a church or chapel or other big pile of stones gets erected there and all the pilgrims start sticking their hand into holy gaps in the wall and feel enlightened. Good for them.
Spent a lot of time just wandering through the narrow alleys and markets of Jerusalem. It’s very easy to get lost there and very difficult for a GPS unit to catch a glimpse of the sky.
I am staying in a very nice hotel but the WiFi was disconnected. Fortunately I wouldn’t dream of travelling without an RJ45 Ethernet patch cable, or you wouldn’t be reading this.