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Eilat Glass Bottom Boat

| July 25, 2012 | 0 Comments
Eilat Glass Bottom Boat

Eilat Glass Bottom Boat: Jules Verne Explorer  Gliding gently through the water with a window to the sea, a glass bottom boat offers a glimpse into the hidden undersea world of brightly colored tropical fish and beautiful coral – without having to go diving into the water. Cruises include many of the special Eilat attractions […]

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Israel National Trail – Central Highlights

| July 22, 2012 | 0 Comments
Israel National Trail – Central Highlights

Israel National Trail Of the tens of kilometers and several sections of the Israel trail, hugging the Mediterranean coastline, the walk past Caesarea is a central highlight of the Israel National Trail. Starting off in Beit Hananya, a small village just off Route 4 near Caesarea, you will have the Carmel Mountains behind you as […]

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Bus Tel Aviv

| July 19, 2012 | 0 Comments
Bus Tel Aviv

Take the Bus! Tel Aviv, is an eclectic mix of  the old-fashioned  and modern worlds, casual beach life and hi-tech professionals, contemporary and classic architecture and is home to a medley of  people from the four corners of the globe. The open bus tour of the twin cities of Tel Aviv and Jaffa will show you some of the […]

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Haas Promenade

| July 18, 2012 | 0 Comments
Haas Promenade

Haas Promenade Jerusalem Where should you go for the best panoramic view of Jerusalem?  Most tour guides and almost every guidebook will tell you to head for the Haas Promenade, known by locals as the Tayelet—the promenade. Built on the Armon Hanatziv ridge south of the Old City in the late 1980’s, the Tayelet is […]

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Old City Jerusalem

| July 18, 2012 | 2 Comments
Old City Jerusalem

Jerusalem Old City Ramparts Walk Instead of seeing Jerusalem’s Old City from the ground, why not take a walk along the Old City walls to get a different perspective?  The Ramparts Walk is a self-guided tour made up of two parts—the northern walk and the southern walk; both start on different sides of Jaffa Gate. Northern […]

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Jerusalem’s Old City in a Day

| July 18, 2012 | 0 Comments
Jerusalem’s Old City in a Day

Jerusalem Old City No matter if this is your first or your fifteenth visit to Jerusalem, there’s so much to see, do and experience in the holy city that arriving with a plan will make your trip that much more meaningful and enjoyable. Here are five key areas to include. 1. City of David Plan on […]

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Things to Do in Eilat

| June 12, 2012 | 0 Comments
Things to Do in Eilat

Touring Eilat Looking for things to do in Eilat? First, you need to know how to get around. There are several ways to tour Eilat, depending on the season. During the summer the heat is very intense and hiking is not advised. Luckily, all hotels, restaurants, public places, and buses are air conditioned.There are public buses in Eilat and […]

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Mount Zion and King David’s Tomb

| May 12, 2012 | 1 Comment
Mount Zion and King David’s Tomb

Mount Zion History For thousands of years, Jews have marked Mount Zion as the burial place of King David, the beloved king who wrote Psalms (Tehillim in Hebrew), the prayers which have helped Jews cope throughout over 2,000 years of exile. On your travels in Israel you will notice, especially in Jerusalem, that many Jews […]

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