Narrow streets inside the Old City. They were meticulously clean. It is very expensive to live within the Old City, and I'm not quite sure what you do if you have a car.
The right side of doorways has a mezuzah, a case that contains a blessing, usually a verse from the Torah. Some mezuzah are very fancy, and some are very simple. It reminds me of the omamori that we keep above our doorways.
To do this, you have to wait in line (on the women's side), get pushed up to the Wall, and then moosh your way back out.
Even with the mosh pit, it was still a very powerful experience. Women wept, touched their hands and foreheads to the wall in prayer, or just took in a quiet moment.
A once-in-a-lifetime for this Hawaii girl.
Peace out, really.