Travel Blogs from Israel

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hangıng where jesus hung..., Nazareth, Israel travel blog

hangıng where jesus hung...

A travel blog entry by salkelely

more relıgıous sıte seeıng to be fılld ın soon also saw the wall!!!! cant beleıve how close ı was to west ...

Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by alicegismonti

The Holy ...

Haifa, Haifa, Israel travel blog

Haifa

A travel blog entry by alicegismonti

Mount ...

In Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

In Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by kaisersnuggle

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... they charged to get in, and on principal I am no longer paying to go into churches, mosques etc. Everything in Israel is more expensive than the Arab countries, but probably American prices. Videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4Ij2KZcoLg ...

Last Days, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Last Days

A travel blog entry by tisch

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... and the Lunnie Tunes characters. Which Ezra enthusiastically proclaimed – and Adin as always agreed - was THE highlight of our Israel trip. Go figure. F Thursday, October 10, 2009, Though intent on a very early start to the nature reserve at Ein ...

Tag 1, Sde Boker, Israel travel blog

Tag 1

A travel blog entry by romankr

... dann aber doch das erste Problem, meine Tasche mit meinem Tauchequipment (18kg) wollten sie nicht als Sportgepäck aufnehmen, da Israel kein ausgewiesenes Tauchziel ist.....und bei der LH kostet jeder Kilo extra 20€!!!! Also zurück zum Wagen, ...

playıng in the mud, Dead sea, Israel travel blog

playıng in the mud

A travel blog entry by salkelely

so ıve now been to the lowest poınt on earth at 400 odd metres below sea level.  nıkı, rıvka, ylva (frıend of nıkıs) and ı headed to the dead sea for the day.  was absolutely amazıng floatıng around..... ı cant decrıbe how weırd ...

Cool sights and hot springs, Tiberias, Israel travel blog

Cool sights and hot springs

A travel blog entry by oz8118

Itinerary: Thursday, June 23 We depart Bethlehem for a 2 day tour of northern Israel. We travel over to Tel Aviv and up the coast of the Mediterranean Sea to Caesarea (where Donna and Pr. Paul did archeology many years ago).  From there we go to ...

Nazareth and Cana, Tiberias, Israel travel blog

Nazareth and Cana

A travel blog entry by godura

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... that while it does its job of navigating very well, it does a terrible job of helping you look for places to go. In Israel, for whatever reason, they simply cannot standardize on the correct spelling of a place or street name. It could be spelt Ha-Kishon ...

Dealing with my parents, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Dealing with my parents

A travel blog entry by yorron

My mother spends most of her waking hours sitting in front of the TV watching Spanish soap operas. In between episodes she would cook a meal for my father (who is lying in a bed in the next room) and give orders to their Indian live-in aid (which they ...

Hangin w/ the Pope, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Hangin w/ the Pope

A travel blog entry by beccaboyer

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... to say. Her 2 best points where: 1. That there is an overwhelming feeling of hopelessness after Israel's recent incursion in Gaza. Everything that people had been working for their entire lives (peace process, coexistence, ...

Zoo, Haifa, Israel travel blog

Zoo

A travel blog entry by martartu

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Хайфский ...

Resting, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Resting

A travel blog entry by bigdriver222

... afternoon I did some studying and then had dinner. After dinner I did laundry and went to a lecture about church planting in Israel. It was interesting. Right now as I am updating my travelblog I am sitting on a balcony overlooking the street. I can ...

Jerusalem Tour, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Jerusalem Tour

A travel blog entry by schaffertrio

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Today we were able to go on a tour of Jerusalem. Unfortunately todays guide was not nearly as good as yesterdays and to compound matters there were a group of Spanish people with us. It was unbeknown to me, a bilingual tour. BIG note to self... always ...

Meir Panim charity and central station, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Meir Panim charity and central station

A travel blog entry by schaffertrio

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... I thought was a marvelous idea. It was an uplifting experience and I think good for Jaden to see. I would recommend anyone visiting Israel to donate a few hours. After we were done, we said our goodbyes and decided to walk alongside the rail line to our ...

Daily Life in Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Daily Life in Tel Aviv

A travel blog entry by havah

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... day. Some are very cute, but I wouldn't touch them. For anyone who has checked my pictures recently, I posted a series from "Mini-Israel." I went there two weeks ago. It is overpriced and hokey and although the pictures may look cool, do avoid it. Its ...

Madaba / Mt. Nebo / Dead Sea, Dead Sea, Jordan travel blog

Madaba / Mt. Nebo / Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by wareameye

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... exhibited less than complete faith, he was not allowed to enter. We reach Mt. Nebo, and marvel at the amazing views into Israel in the distance. A sign points out the direction of Bethlehem, Jerusalem, Jericho, etc. There is an ancient church on the site ...

Israel, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Israel

A travel blog entry by weixiao

It's certainly been a long time since I was in Israel, the first of my exciting travelling experiences, but I shall never forget it. I believe this country touches everyone who visits it, no matter their religion and culture. For me, a Christian, all the ...

Tensions in Jerusalem's Old City, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Tensions in Jerusalem's Old City

A travel blog entry by sharemore

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Tensions in Jerusalem's Old City Jerusalem's Old City is a one square kilometer piece of real estate with more than 3,000 years of history. Since 1967, after the Six Day War, the Muslim, Christian, Armenian, and Jewish quarters of the city have been ...

Israel is a Small Village, Ashkelon, Israel travel blog

Israel is a Small Village

A travel blog entry by liliens

... despite the overwhelming obstacles and challenges it has faced and still faces today, now this is something remarkable. Yes, I can see Israel as a small village, in that a small village is a community, a tight-knit group of individuals with common purpose ...

Eine Hochzeit und kein Todesfall (puh!), Nazareth, Israel travel blog

Eine Hochzeit und kein Todesfall (puh!)

A travel blog entry by brisko

Einige Personen in meinem Umfeld hier waren geschockt, als ich offenbart habe, dass ich noch nie auf einer Hochzeit war. Was daran so schlimm sein soll, weiss ich nicht, jedenfalls hat sich das letzten Sonntag geaendaert, denn eine Freundin von meiner ...

Dead Sea, Dead Sea Region, Israel travel blog

Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by billandsara

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Most of the day was spent on the bus, but we had two interesting stops.  Our first was at Masada where the last hold out of the Jews (those known as the zealots) remained until killing themselves just before the Romans managed to scale the high ...

Technical difficulties, Tiberius, Israel travel blog

Technical difficulties

A travel blog entry by spnalameda

Sorry for the delay but we've had 2 very long days and the internet connections have been difficult and scarce + the pictures are too large to post.  We'll re-post our last 2 days when we get a chance to resize the ...

More animals and other things too, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

More animals and other things too

A travel blog entry by tisch

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... then headed to Gival Sorfateet for a pleasant supper with Peter and Rut Slyomovics, while the boys had their first experience of watching Israel TV. Their shloof on the way back to Jerusalem energized them, in their wild and crazy way. Hence, the TV was ...

Partay!! (#1), Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Partay!! (#1)

A travel blog entry by spsadventures

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I landed at TLV early, but there was no doubt in my mind that my ride would still be there.  My cousin who was picking me up was known for being early.  Since it was so late when I got in, I mostly just greeted everybody and went to bed.  ...

Excursions, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Excursions

A travel blog entry by evonanda

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... the flowers are blooming and the vegetation is glowing green, especially with all the welcomed rain we have seen this year in Israel... A few weeks later Rachel and I joined many of my classmates and the Israeli Rabbinic program for a Shabbat get-away ...

Sea of Galilee-ing, Tiberius, Israel travel blog

Sea of Galilee-ing

A travel blog entry by kristenmckersie

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... when I get home. Saunders- You win the prize for being the first person to post on my website since I have been in Israel. I'm bring you back something extra special. Maybe some dirt that I shake off from my socks...but it came from the Late Bronze ...

Mechane Yehuda:  The Jerusalem Market, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Mechane Yehuda: The Jerusalem Market

A travel blog entry by sharemore

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There was standing room only in the articulated bus that took us to the Machane Yehuda market in downtown Jerusalem.  Usually the bus is that crowded only on Friday, but schools were out and everyone was preparing for Passover. Produce at the ...

Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by arlash

My last visit to Jerusalem. I'll be ...

Sobering, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Sobering

A travel blog entry by bigdriver222

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... I took a few pictures. Next we were across town to the Holocaust Remembrance Museum. This place was tough. Being in Israel and walking through this place surrounded by Israelis was surreal. It told the story of the Holocaust from the beginnings of ...

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