Someone mentioned to watch out for a overfriendly shop owner near the start of the first station and he is right.
It was a bit disappointing as the number plates on the walls were so small it was easy to miss them and combined with the fact that the walking route is not straight and at junctions you have to turn left or right and with the crowds and noise it can become stressful if trying to do it with young children. It was the only part of our trip to Jerusalem that felt a let down . The time to do it is on Friday afternoon when monks start at the first station and the streets are empty and you can just tag along
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