One week trip to Israel. It was actually not only a tourist trip but also a pilgrimage to the Holy Land, which is actually quite obvious given how many churches and other holy places are portrayed in the album. The title of the trip is a name of a process that allows every Jew to migrate to Israel. I can't use it, because well, I am definitely not a follower of Judaism (however, if I converted to Judaism, under some circumstances I would be able to migrate to Israel under Aliyah procedure, which is a heck of a loophole if you ask me) or as far as I know I am not a Jew under the maternal law, but it still sounds nice and is a good name for a trip. All the titles are given in at least three languages – Hebrew, Arabic and English, like the traffic signs in Israel (with the exception of the areas in Zone A and Zone B of West Bank, these territories are controlled by Palestinian National Authority and in at least civil sense are subjects to the Palestinian law, under which the signs has to be in Arabic and English (and as not many Jews actually visit these territories the Hebrew signs are not needed)), however sometimes additional languages are provided, if, for example, a church is run by Benedictines, which is a German-speaking convent, an additional German name would be provided. In terms of Status Quo subjects, all langugages used by particular churches will be provided.