Travel Blogs from Israel

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Wanderings, Acre, Israel travel blog

Wanderings

A travel blog entry by spsadventures

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... drove out highway 89, which is absolutely gorgeous.  The views are stunning.  If you're looking for a breathtaking drive in Israel, this is the right one.  I passed through an adorable little town, I think it was Hurfeish.  For a ...

In which Justin Rides on an Ambulance, Beersheba, Israel travel blog

In which Justin Rides on an Ambulance

A travel blog entry by sloth

... .  Then we got a call that a woman had gone unconscious.   People don't really pull over for ambulances in Israel, but that's okay, because Yakir is really good at driving the ambulance on the sidewalk.  We sped off to the scene, and we ...

Pull Out Day, Jerusalem, Palestinian Territory travel blog

Pull Out Day

A travel blog entry by peggy_prosser

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The next morning we woke up later than usual. I found the TV, radio, newspaper and my top page of my computer was filled with the news about the upcoming pull out. Our project team and I decided that we should go out and visit Jerusalem and witness ...

Fauzi Azar Inn, Nazareth, Israel travel blog

Fauzi Azar Inn

A travel blog entry by brisko

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Abgesehen von einem echt coolen Tag am Strand von Haifa inklusive viel Beck's, billigem Fusel und drei Ermahnungen von der Polizei gibt's von meiner Seite aus nichts Neues. Stattdessen mach ich mir mal die Muehe, euch einige Eindruecke vom Fauzi zu ...

Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by ohryan

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... Lebanon in the north Syria and Jordan in the east and Egypt in the southwest and has a population of over seven million people. Israel proclaimed its independence in 1948 and is the world's only Jewish state. Daniel talked to us of the many wars and ...

Wednesday and Thursday, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Wednesday and Thursday

A travel blog entry by holyland

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... , but never saw anything like the wall.  I know that the Israeli government is concerned about weapons and armed men coming into Israel to cause trouble.  But, I also see how it has turned the city into a giant prison.  It does not matter ...

Akko and Caesarea, Caesarea, Israel travel blog

Akko and Caesarea

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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We started the day with a trip to Akko which had been an important port city thousands of years ago. It had a strong history from the past, a Muslim history, and a more current history in 1947 when the British were still in control of Palestine. ...

Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Tel Aviv

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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At 10AM we visited Independence Hall in Tel Aviv and viewed the room where Israel gained its independence. It is the equivalent to Independence Hall in Philadelphia We spent the rest of the day relaxing by the pool at the ...

King David City and the Dead Sea, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

King David City and the Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by godura

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... to Jerusalem. Ashwin was keen to get back to the hotel to catch the India-Pakistan cricket match on the internet, but it was over by the time we got back. But the good news was that India had won. On that happy note, we signed off another day in Israel. ...

Day 11 Jaffa and Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Day 11 Jaffa and Tel Aviv

A travel blog entry by wenzels

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... train and bus stations as well as the beach. He's just about to turn 80, is an Auschwitz survivor, a pioneering settler in Israel and a professor of history specialising in the Holocaust. It was an absolute honour to meet this very humble man and his wife ...

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