Travel Blogs from Jerusalem, Israel

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The Old City, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

The Old City

A travel blog entry by semitte

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... right - it's easier when you rock back and forth.  Interesting.   Our last stop on our last day in Jerusalem was the Garden Tomb.  This was a beautiful garden outside the city walls, and it's maintained by a British Christian ...

Victory at last, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Victory at last

A travel blog entry by chayalboded

At last, I have finally found an apartment in Jerusalem. I have basically been homeless for my first year in the army, bumming squats at friends places until the real estate market opened up. Many thanks to my friend Adam for scoring our fly pad. All we ...

Jordan Rift, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Jordan Rift

A travel blog entry by plumleytrips

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... had to change our itinerary again--this time due to the weather. The forecast is for several inches of snow to fall on Jerusalem Thursday night / Friday morning. That means they will close down the roads, so we had to get to Jerusalem before then--a day ...

B-Report (aka British Report) from Dead Sea, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

B-Report (aka British Report) from Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by johnjmillerjr

Peter Hawkins on location at the Dead Sea ...

Our visit to Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Our visit to Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by vaughn1969

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2 weeks ago we took off and spent 3 days in Jerusalem, Bethleham, Masada and the Dead Sea. Words cannot describe how amazing the Old City of Jerusalem is. I suggest everyone take the opportunity to ...

Dairy meals, dairy restaurants, and dairy dreams, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Dairy meals, dairy restaurants, and dairy dreams

A travel blog entry by hkcigar

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... , but that's enough for starters. In practical terms, this means it's very difficult to find a shrimp cocktail or bacon in Jerusalem (no longer impossible, but still difficult). The next easiest to understand: meat. This is almost what you would ...

Holocaust Museum & Public Market, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Holocaust Museum & Public Market

A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013

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... , e.g., how to grow tomatoes that have flavor! Upon returning to the hotel we listened to a speech by a Palestinian who lives in Israel. Too much to discuss here.  Life in the Middle East is very complicated with no easy answers. Our day ended with 9 ...

Masada and Dead Sea, Outside Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Masada and Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by grannytravels2

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... treasure for the Jewish people and significant amounts of resources have been expended to make this an important historical site in Israel. Next to Jerusalem, it is the most visited site in the land. A modern, quite beautiful entrance building at the base ...

Massada and the Dead Sea, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Massada and the Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by wareameye

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... have any cuts or abrasions on your body as the salt stings. We emerge feeling refreshed and with silky smooth skin. Returning to Jerusalem I prepare for the Farewell Dinner and start the packing process. Dinner is across the street from our hotel at Zuni ...

Massada, Ein Geti, Dead Sea, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Massada, Ein Geti, Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by marcusgarfunkel

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We had a late start as usual, so we got out of the camp at around 4:30am with the other 1000 people at the camp. It didnt matter though because after the 100 buses arrived at the entrance to the path up to Massada, we all had to wait until ...

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