Travel Blogs from Israel

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From the old to the new, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

From the old to the new

A travel blog entry by salmorton01

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It was lovely to be able to have a lie in this morning and enjoy a leisurely breakfast. We had arranged a taxi as part of our tour for 11.45 to go with Ann back to the airport and then get another cab from there to the city. As we had a couple of hours ...

Jerusalem.  A great video of the Old City, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Jerusalem. A great video of the Old City

A travel blog entry by washdcmike

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... to explain what they all are, without viewing my main video.   Beneath the videos are pics from each day I was in Israel.   Only the main video is meant for an idea of what Jerusalem is like, the pictures are more open for ...

Arive in Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Arive in Tel Aviv

A travel blog entry by davidandamy

It is ...

First Week In Israel, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

First Week In Israel

A travel blog entry by havah

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... was treated to a nice surprise: no running cold water. Only burning hot. For a few hours. What I'm starting to realize about Israel, is that its a first-world country with third-world problems. You get the good with the bad with the ugly, basically. ...

Israel the holy land, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Old Jaffa, Masada, Dead Sea, Israel travel blog

Israel the holy land

A travel blog entry by alexapril604

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... , Alex and I have just returned from 31 days around the world for the holidays and some stops at Motorola Plants for Alex. Israel was our first destination. We arrived in Tel Aviv late on Monday Dec 12 and checked in to the Sheraton on the Beach. ...

Eilat 2005, Eilat, Israel travel blog

Eilat 2005

A travel blog entry by martartu

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В этот раз мы отдыхали в Эйлате с ...

Christmas in the Holy Land, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Christmas in the Holy Land

A travel blog entry by justajaunt

... . Whatever. We met up with her friend Emmy and shared a cab to the Allenby Bridge which is a major crossing point for entering Israel and Palestine. There we crossed with relative ease and I got through with no Jordanian or Israeli stamps on my passport. ...

Day 6: Shabbat and the Gala, Netanya, Israel travel blog

Day 6: Shabbat and the Gala

A travel blog entry by segacs

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Shabbat programming took up the day - exercises on Jewish Identity, and a seminar on Mideast politics.  Both were very interesting and well-done.  Of course they were one-sided, especially the seminar, but the person running it was engaging and ...

The V Man Returns to Kibbutz Sufa, Kibbutz Sufa and Negev Desert, Israel travel blog

The V Man Returns to Kibbutz Sufa

A travel blog entry by vagabonder

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... three ate dinner together and then gazed at rainbow colored fireworks as they lit up the sky over Modiin. Morning next, Israel Independence Day, the V man devoured BBQed hamburgers and hot dogs in Tel Aviv together with Ayelet and her family. Yummy. ...

Caesarea, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Caesarea

A travel blog entry by torilusk

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... that are left. It is also situated right on the coast so it has an amazing view. Anyone planning on coming to Israel should definitely take a couple hours to go to this place.  Yesterday started passover here and I attended the passover Seder which ...

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