We spent our last morning in Israel touring the ruins of Scythapolis at Beth Shean. We then crossed over the border into Jordan and spent the rest of the afternoon touring the amazing ruins of Jerash, one of the best preserved examples of Roman architecture in the world.
An earthquake in 749 AD knocked over most of the structures
but the theatre still works! The acoustics are remarkable.
taking a rest at the former public latrines
having some fun in the main square of the town
The boys jumping at Jerash