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A Hotel in Eilat, Vacation Rentals in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv?

| November 19, 2012 | 0 Comments
A Hotel in Eilat, Vacation Rentals in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv?

Vacation Rentals You’ve made the decision; you’re going to act on your lifelong dream to visit Israel. But, now the question is what to do and where to stay. You’ll be pleased to know that  Israel offers a variety of accommodation experiences from a hotel in Eilat to vacation rentals in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. […]

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Birds of Israel

| November 4, 2012 | 0 Comments
Birds of Israel

Birding in Israel There is no better country on earth than Israel for birding. Visitors arrive to observe millions of birds in migration, not to mention birds of Israel which can be found year round. Every year, migrations to and from Europe and Western Asia bring 300 species, approximately 500 million birds, to the skies over Israel. […]

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Tel Aviv Museum of Art

| September 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Museums in Tel Aviv The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is one of Israel’s most important cultural institutions. It houses the largest collection of Israeli art in the world, containing a wide selection of contemporary works, as well as a large collection of European and international art from the last 300 years. Its first location in […]

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Diaspora Museum

| September 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
Diaspora Museum

Four Tel Aviv Museums Not to Miss 1. Diaspora Museum Tel Aviv Also known as Beit Hatfutsot or Museum of the Jewish People, the Diaspora Museum is situated in Ramat Aviv near the Tel Aviv University. The change in its English name from the Museum of the Diaspora to the Museum of the Jewish People reflects the […]

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The Shuk

| August 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
The Shuk

Israel Markets – The Shuk No culinary tour of Israel would be complete without venturing into at least some of the country’s open-air food markets, found in every major city. The shuk (Hebrew, is an important part of Israel’s culinary tradition. Besides offering the locals fresh produce at bargain prices, the market in Israel offers […]

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A Taste of Israel

| August 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
A Taste of Israel

Tasty Israel It is said that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. Perhaps, then, the best way to let Israel into your heart is to get a taste of the local Israeli cuisine. A culinary tour cuts right to the chase in giving you the fullest flavor of this holy – […]

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Tel Aviv Beach

| August 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
Tel Aviv Beach

Tel Aviv Beaches Not surprisingly, one of the most popular attractions in Tel Aviv are the miles and miles of glorious beautiful beaches. If you don’t know what to do in Tel Aviv, stroll along the boardwalk and you’ll pass nearly all of the beaches. Each Tel Aviv beach has its own name, most accorded […]

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Neve Tzedek Tel Aviv

| July 30, 2012 | 0 Comments
Neve Tzedek Tel Aviv

Neve Tzedek Neve Tzedek is Tel Aviv’s first neighborhood, predating the city itself.  Neve Tzedek was the first area built outside Jaffa in 1887, long before Tel Aviv was even conceived. Two men are credited with the founding of Neve Tzedek. Shimon Rokach, a public servant whose father was given the right (by the Turks) to […]

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What to Do in Tel Aviv

| July 30, 2012 | 0 Comments
What to Do in Tel Aviv

Five Family Fun Activities in Tel Aviv Not sure what to do in Tel Aviv? Here are some great ideas for Tel Aviv activities for the whole family. 1. Tel Aviv Gardens Tel Aviv may be known as the white city, but there is plenty of green grass and shady trees to enjoy in Tel Aviv gardens, including taking […]

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Tel Aviv Neighborhoods

| July 30, 2012 | 0 Comments
Tel Aviv Neighborhoods

Little Known Tel Aviv Neighborhood The Ajami neighborhood of South Jaffa is not a typical tourist site, but it aims to be a haven of peace and of cultural coexistence between Jews and Arabs, home to both a Jewish Arab Community Center and the Peres Center for Peace. This was not always the case. Although for centuries […]

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