Travel Blogs from Israel

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Frummers, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog


A travel blog entry by rama0999


Today we went to the City of David tour, which was interesting, albeit a bit too biblical for my liking. Then we went to the religious market to buy Jewishy foods and things and then had a look at the religious Meah ...

Nahariyya & Haifa, Nahariya, Israel travel blog

Nahariyya & Haifa

A travel blog entry by mattccaddy


... amusing to watch his rising irritation levels. We then had lunch at s famous felafel place which Raz says is the best felafel in Israel. It was delicious and I liked like home made cold drinks there. Next we went back to the top of Haifa snd hiked down ...

Whew!, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog


A travel blog entry by johnacac


A tour of the Holy Land is no place for the faint of heart or spirit.  We left at 8 AM and got back to the hotel around 6 PM, but were only on the bus for about 30 minutes today.  The rest of the time we were walking in the Old City. We started ...

On the Road, Jerusalem (Kibbutz Tsova), Israel travel blog

On the Road

A travel blog entry by chwingman


... JC used to be. I am talking hundreds of people. The NIFTY leader tell me that this is big business for the churches and especially Israel as they bring in huge dollars! I smile at the irony. One lady tells me that she wants all of the Jews in the world ...

Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog


A travel blog entry by finrod3791

... of the exit slip (many Islamic countries will deny entry to anyone whose passport contains evidence of a visit to Israel, e.g. a Jordan exit stamp at the "Jordan Valley" crossing). They also fingerprinted everyone crossing the border. Security was also ...

Day 14 - Jerusalem, part II, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Day 14 - Jerusalem, part II

A travel blog entry by wenzels


Day 14 - Jerusalem   Today Eva and Udo had to take their plane back to Frankfurt and thus we were bereft of the comfort of travelling by car. David kindly took us to the train station at the crack of dawn and we were off on our way to Jerusalem ...

Ohh no not Israel!, Eilat, Israel travel blog

Ohh no not Israel!

A travel blog entry by bharden


... and his dad everywhere at the border. Would have taken a pic but not allowed to take pics of border crossings. Crossing into Israel, had to pay a little departure tax for Jordan. Security at Israel was understandbly very tight. There was 3 of us and ...

Valley of Armageddon, Bet Shean, and Jordan River, Nazareth, Israel travel blog

Valley of Armageddon, Bet Shean, and Jordan River

A travel blog entry by adamunderkofler


... 20 times it creates an actual hill that is 100% ancient history. There is said to be over 300 of these type of hills in all of Israel and only 20 of them have been excavated so far and we were on the top of one today at the Valley of Armageddon (which is ...

A recent history site, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

A recent history site

A travel blog entry by holyland


Dear Friends & Family Today we went to see some recent history, 1967.  We went to a place called Ammunition Hill.  This was a key battle in the 6 day war in 1967.  The Memorial here is very much like Gettysburg (only smaller).  ...

Shopping!!!, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog


A travel blog entry by njl145


Well today was full of shopping. My dad and I had a list of what I wanted to buy and where to go to get those things, and then we spent the entire day shopping. We went to downtown Jerusalem (he basically lives in the downtown area) and shopped at a ...

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