Jesus and the apostles spent the entire month of June, 27, in or near Jerusalem, and they lived for the most part in tents, which they pitched in a shaded park, or garden, known in that day as Gethsemane. This park was situated on the western slope of the Mount of Olives not far from the brook Kidron.  Jesus and the twelve returned to camp in Gethsemane on Passover 28. 
In his last stay at Jerusalem Jesus and the apostles pitched their tents in the hillside ravine overlooking the public camping park of Gethsemane, on a plot of ground belonging to Simon of Bethany.  Jesus was alone praying in Gethsemane before his arrest.  There was an olive press near entrance to Gethsemane.  Annas Palace was on Mount Olivet, not far from the Garden of Gethsemane.  Near Gethsemane, a little above Mount Olivet, is where Jesus addressed his last words of farewell to the apostles in his last appearance, and departed.