And after those days we took up our carriages
Or prepared themselves, both for their journey, and for whatever trials and exercises they were to meet with; they took up their bundles, which hitherto were brought by sea, and now put them upon beasts, going by land from Caesarea:
and went up to Jerusalem;
which stood on higher ground, and was, as Josephus F14 says, six hundred furlongs, or seventy five miles distant.
F14 De Bello Jud. l. 1. c. 3. sect. 5.