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Dylan Douglas digs the ancient sites

The son of Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones gets into archaeology on his bar mitzvah trip

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Dylan and Michael Douglas at the City of David tour (Courtesy City of David YouTube)
Dylan and Michael Douglas at the City of David tour (Courtesy City of David YouTube)

Looks like Dylan Douglas is experiencing a pretty typical bar mitzvah trip in Israel.

The oldest child of celebrity couple Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones followed his May bar mitzvah party in the US with a family trip to Israel.

In typical bar mitzvah trip fashion, the family has this week toured the Western Wall tunnels and visited the City of David archaeological dig, where the elder Douglas thanked local archaeologists for “all their wonderful work.”

Meanwhile, Dylan Douglas appears to be taken with archaeological mysteries, and was also spotted at the Beit Guvrin National Park, learning about the art of digs with his sister, Carys Zeta Douglas.

Michael Douglas hasn’t shied away from the limelight, posing for photos with local restaurant staff and at tourist sites, but Zeta-Jones is more camera-shy, generally heading out the back door, the Ynet news site reported.

The family is reportedly planning to celebrate Carys’s bat mitzvah in Israel as well.

Catherine Zeta-Jones, left, and Michael Douglas in New York City, April 2012 (photo credit: David Shankbone/Wikimedia Commons/File)
Catherine Zeta-Jones, left, and Michael Douglas in New York City, April 2012 (photo credit: David Shankbone/Wikimedia Commons/File)
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