Dizengoff Square Hostel

Address: 13 Ben Ami Street, Tel Aviv, Israel | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 13 Ben Ami Street, Tel Aviv, is near Underwater Observatory Marine Park, Dolphin Reef, Timna National Park, and Eilat Marina.
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Day Fifteen -Friday contd.

A travel blog entry by melodyanne on Oct 31, 2014

... she had no idea and just picked this year ,which was the closest. •Independence Hall Museum is dedicated to the signing of Israel's Declaration of Independence. On this site on the 14th of May 1948, eight hours before the British Mandate of Palestine was due to end, Ben Gurion read The Declaration of Independence.The whole ceremony lasted 32 minutes,the hall looks as it did on that day, most of the exhibits are originals. Above ...

Jerusalem and Bethlehem

A travel blog entry by barb3389 on Oct 13, 2014

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... angels came to announce the birth. Here there is a lovely Basilica with great acoustics and the group decided to sing Silent Night. There are some lovely voices in our group and it sounded beautiful. There is a grotto below where shepherds would have lived with their sheep. By 3:00PM we were back in Jerusalem and heading to lunch. Starving by that point. Then we did a walking tour to go into the old city. We walked the Via Dolorosa which is ...

From the desert to Tel Aviv and beyond!

A travel blog entry by sla514 on Jul 04, 2014

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... her I wanted to take a picture of the
flag & again, she said “why? Why is this so interesting? It’s a hairdresser!” I told her I liked the rainbow flag with the
star & just wanted a picture. She
repeated herself again & then said “Where?
Where are you from?” I told her ...

West Bank

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on May 31, 2014

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... I was there. We didn't get to see any of the processes, but she explained it a bit to us. Basically, they import ingredients from Europe, add some local water and local labor, and use a very standard process to make a light, clear beer. I had a sample and it was relatively refreshing, although I'm very much not a fan of beer.
One other thing they do that's great for the local communities is they also help sell locally-made wine, soap, oil, spices, and other products. ...

Gule gule Turkey ..... shalom Israel!

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on May 27, 2014

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... for refreshments and when we got closer to Be'er Sheva, Yaron pulled up at a roadside caravan for some afternoon tea! This consisted of malabie (a middle eastern cornstarch pudding), banana muffin and chocolate cake! It was all delicious!

Mocha welcomed us with enthusiastic barking upon our arrival. It was so nice to see Nitzi again - sweet smiling Nitzi, all grown up, on the eve of her 18th birthday.

We had a bit of downtime ...

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