Our main goal in Jerusalem was the old parts of the city. It wasn't far from our hotel in central Jerusalem, and as we walked we got to see more of the city along the streets. You can literally feel and touch the history around you, especially the Western Wall. After having seen it on TV so many times, the plaza felt a bit smaller then we expected. Yet, it was powerful to be there, to be one of all those people that have touched the famous stone wall.
We spent a long time just walking around in many parts of the old town, exploring alleys, passing through many markets and churches (we actually visited Church of the Holy Sepulchre, again feeling the history around us). We really wanted to visit the Temple Mount, but unfortunately this wasn't possible as only muslims may enter. We ended our visit in this ancient old town by walking the ramparts (a long walk on the top of the walls surrounding the old town), from Jaffa Gate, by Zion Gate to Dung Gate.