The idea of walking in the footsteps of Jesus as he went to his death can be an incredibly deep and meaningful journey.
The simple truth is that there is some doubt about whether this is or was not the journey route, it has changed once and some arguments seem to be that he was tried at the citadel by Jaffa Gate.
walking along the route can be very inspiring as you get an idea of what walking through a busy city with a cross, trying to manoeuvring this heavy object, through narrow passageways.The first part of the journey is relatively okay with the first stations, but as soon as you get to Stations four onwards it become as battle with groups blocking the narrow passageway.
One suggestion is to do this early or later on when there are less people around and you will miss out on the frustrating aspects of what should be an inspiring journey.
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