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Tiberias Fun in and around Lake Kinneret (The Sea of Galilee)

| August 8, 2013 | 0 Comments
Tiberias Fun in and around Lake Kinneret (The Sea of Galilee)

Beaches, Promenade, Sailing, Dining by the Sea Lake Kinneret, the harp-shaped lake (kinnor is Hebrew for a harp) is one of Israel’s greatest attractions. It is surrounded by attractive beaches, many of which provide parking space, snack bars, picnic spots and camping facilities. Some even have boats and sports equipment rentals for water skiing, kite […]

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Acre (Akko)

| July 25, 2013
Acre (Akko)

Acre: A Place to Experience Multi-Cultural History Acre, perhaps one of the most multifaceted towns in Israel, is located on the northern Mediterranean coast. Today, Jews, Christians and Muslims live, study, work and relax side by side painting a picture of harmony for all to experience. Why the Name Acre? The origin of its name […]

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Dead Sea Mineral Hot Springs, Spas and Beaches

| April 24, 2013 | 0 Comments
Dead Sea Mineral Hot Springs, Spas and Beaches

Yam Ha’melech – Sea of Salt The Dead Sea, one of the world’s incredible wonders, is not replicated anywhere on earth. Beautiful to view, an amazing experience to float in, no one who has visited the Dead Sea will ever forget the experience.  Set into this magnificent setting are the world class Dead Sea Spas, which […]

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Touring Safed

| April 21, 2013 | 0 Comments
Touring Safed

Touring Safed (Tzfat) – Where to Start? Safed known as Tzfat in Hebrew is one of Israel’s four Jewish holy cities that also include Jerusalem, Tiberias and Hebron. Located in the northern Galilee region it is known for its fresh mountain air. It has a fascinating Old City and is famous for its Artists’ Quarter.  […]

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Jerusalem for Kids

| April 21, 2013 | 0 Comments
Jerusalem for Kids

Jerusalem with Kids Israel is one of the world’s most child friendly countries and there are a wealth of attractions such as zoos, amusement parks, water parks, science museums and children’s playgrounds in every corner of the country. Jerusalem is especially a paradise for children. Bloomfield Science Museum The Bloomfield Science Museum near the Hebrew […]

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Things to Do in Netanya

| September 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
Things to Do in Netanya

Netanya Attractions One great way to see the many attractions in Netanya and get an overview of the city is to take the new double-decker bus. It runs six days week (not on Shabbat), its route covering many famous and interesting destination points within the city. Tour information is provided via supplied earphones and includes explanations in five languages, including […]

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Eilat Red Sea

| August 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
Eilat Red Sea

Eilat Red Sea Tours When thinking about Eilat, the first thing that usually comes to mind is the Red Sea or Yam Suf in Hebrew. Exploring this inviting surf is easy since there is no shortage of options available – including Red Sea yacht cruises, sailboats, mini-yachts, and everything in between.  A number of boats allow you to combine […]

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Things to Do in Jerusalem

| August 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
Things to Do in Jerusalem

Jerusalem Activities: Segway Tours If you’re sick of Jerusalem traffic jams or frustrated by the confines of being in a bus or a car, enjoy a two-wheeled adventure as you embark upon a Segway Tour – the best mode of transportation in town. Segways, invented in 2001, are an ecologically friendly method of personal transportation; they look like overgrown scooters, only without […]

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Netanya

| July 30, 2012 | 0 Comments
Netanya

Nathan Strauss: How Netanya Got its Name The popular coastal resort of Netanya is named after the American Jewish philanthropist Nathan Strauss, co-owner of the famous Macy’s store in New York, who became a staunch supporter of Israel, then Palestine, when he made his first trip here in 1912. Strauss always strongly supported child welfare organizations and […]

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Gush Etzion

| July 25, 2012 | 1 Comment
Gush Etzion

Gush Etzion – A Variety of Landscapes Gush Etzion, otherwise known as the Etzion Bloc, comprises a cluster of rural communities dotted along the Judean hills, south of Jerusalem. Its history and rolling landscapes play host to a treasure of archaeological delights, natural wonders, and a pastiche of cultural happenings, with Kibbutz Kfar Etzion, Tekoa, […]

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