Dekel Guesthouse - Ramat Gan

Address: 46 Hamelek Josef St, Ramat Gan, 52354, Israel | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 46 Hamelek Josef St, Ramat Gan, is near Neve Tzedek, Underwater Observatory Marine Park, Dolphin Reef, and Timna National Park.
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      King David's palace, tunnels, Biblical gardens

      A travel blog entry by phagan on Jun 10, 2014

      129 photos

      ... are much more then within the states. Also, they don't stamp your passport so that other countries don't take issue with it. I was a bit disappointed about that! Ok, time to get on plane.

      Amazing trip, and I encourage everyone to come here, both believers and doubters, as you will see the Bible come to life here! The professors were amazing and I learned a ...

      Hotels all booked. :)

      A travel blog entry by theshis on Feb 22, 2014

      Finally finished making reservations for the hotels around the island and in Copenhagen:
      2 (complimentary) nights in Reykjavik.
      1 night in Selfoss.
      1 night in Kirkjubaejarklaustur (yeah, there's such a place...).
      2 nights in Egilsstadir.
      2 nights in Akureyri.
      1 (complimentary) night in Reykjavik.
      1 night in Keflavik.
      1 night in Copenhagen.

      Up next - get a proper car and book some more itineraries. :)

      Israel the land of Milk and Honey

      A travel blog entry by landtosand on Jan 04, 2014

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      ... finally reached the top and looked out on the sunset we realized all the complaining and the pain was worth it at the end. The Dead Sea was an experience of a lifetime. First you cover yourself with mud, then you walk into a salt filled sea. You may not believe that you actually can float, but it is so true! You walk in lay back and are autimatically floating- it was awesome!! After a ...

      We eat Book Worm shakshouka

      A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Jan 02, 2014

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      ... room of the Gilgal. So we decided to step out and stroll through some of the more enticing-sounding neighborhoods of Tel Aviv.

      We started with Shuk HaCarmel, the Carmel Market. It’s a huge food (here we go again), flower, and pretty much everything else outdoor market that spreads over many blocks of the city. Though every one of course has its own flavor, such sprawling markets are ubiquitous and have more in ...

      Breakfast with the Vicar of Baghdad

      A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Jan 01, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... in the balmy Mediterranean, near the desert. The huge selection of fruits tell you not only that this climate works for a wide variety of crops, but that the culture values experimentation and diversity. The shakshouka, pita, hummus, smoked fish, za’atar, cabbage rolls, and pickled vegetables (cucumbers, artichokes, peppers and beets) announce that Israel is home to not only middle Eastern Jews, but those from Eastern Europe, Western Europe, and North ...