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South West Corner of an Old Old Wall
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The cache is off a walkway path outside the Old City Wall in Jerusalem. It is a pleasant walk with "a view" so bring a camera. The path has a slope. In the Summer you must bring a hat, sunglasses and one liter of water per person. Excellant cache if you are already here visiting the OLD CITY.
You have two options:
1. Start from the south west corner (Junction of Hebron Road & Jerusaelm Brigade & Ma'alot Benny) and follow the path (see added waypoint).
2. Start from Jaffe Gate. If you start at Jaffe Gate and you come to a dead end, you'll have to return to Jaffe Gate and go down (DOWN) closer to the traffic light (traffic circle) then go South. Don't go on the main road, keep on scenic road (upper level).
The cache is 35 mm container. It is just about a meter off the path... so stay on the path until then.
Extra hint: I arranged four two-liter sized rocks each with a flat rectangular rock on top in a pattern that shouts out to the geocacher, "hey look here". Plus, the cache site is located behind a bush and can be seen looking to the "left" of the walking path when walking "up" the hill. Just look for the unnatural rock pattern which I hope will remain undisturbed and replaced by the next geocacher.
Good luck! You will enjoy this one, I'm not worried.
P.S. Remember to use the cache coordinates to find the cache. By mistake a friend went to search for this cache with the extra waypoint I supplied for the North trailhead entrance... he forgot to switch to the cache coordinates.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:33:55 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:33 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum