Back in Jerusalem, we had lunch in the rambunctious Machaneh Yehuda shuk (market) and then got ready for Shabbat. We sang, lit candles, and danced to our favorite camp songs at an overlook of the Old City and the Wailing Wall. Added significance came from the fact that we could now see the site we always imagine from home: the Wailing Wall. Shabbat was truly a day of rest, but we also joined a Reconstructionist minyan including former camp staff! Havdalah and an evening out on the bustling commercial Ben Yehuda Street was truly fantastic. Tomorrow we leave Jerusalem and head south for the desert. We will miss the holy and happening city of Jerusalem.