Avia Hotel

Address: 4 Hahoresh Street, Tel Aviv, 56000, Israel | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4 Hahoresh Street, Tel Aviv, is near Neve Tzedek and Park Darom.
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      Just for a night

      A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Jun 15, 2014

      We arrived at the airport very early in the morning, 2am, so needless to say we were tired. All of the kids on the flight were cranky and making it difficult to not be irritated while walking through the airport and getting in line for our passport check. When we went through, our passports weren't stamped, we were instead given a removable slip. …

      Israel stuff

      A travel blog entry by hillaryandcase on Mar 20, 2015

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      ... the kitchen where
      a woman was cooking. You pointed to 4 dishes and she compiled them in one bowl
      and then sent you on your way. It ended up being more expensive than I thought
      it would be, but it was a cool experience. I then bought some stuff at the
      market and we eventually got back on the bus. My legs were crazy sore at this
      point and I really wanted to go back to the hotel, but we had a walking tour to
      do in Jaffa. It ended up ...

      Zev Ben Aryeh & Concepts of Spatial Holiness

      A travel blog entry by samcohon on Feb 12, 2015

      12 photos

      ... of the Second Temple, where the Temple of Jupiter then lay in ruins.

      History is often more surprising than fiction, and facts can drip irony. Emperor Hadrian’s great Temple of Jupiter on the Temple Mount was actually destroyed by a fellow Emperor who preserved the Roman Empire’s power in the world for an additional 1200 years. When Emperor Constantine adopted Christianity for the Battle of the Milvian Bridge, like many new converts he became ...

      Though you don't have this in England...

      A travel blog entry by kmmk17 on Nov 08, 2014

      4 photos

      ... me all about the rest of Petra after we left and they stayed an extra day. They then asked me what I thought of Eilat, or "Benidorm on the Red Sea" as they called it - not that they'd been to Benidorm - I agreed with them on that, and I hadn't been there either! We then made our way to the plane for a particularly boring 5 hour flight in the dark, with no newspaper, Internet, entertainment or view to look ...


      A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 24, 2014

      7 photos

      ... flock of goats or their camp. I noticed a couple riding what I thought were horses but maybe they were donkeys. Amazing that such nomadic people still exist in this century. The road drops dramatically down as you head towards Jericho and the Jordan River valley. Jerusalem is at 1200m altitude while the Dead Sea is 400m below sea level. Beside the road there were markers; I noted Sea Level and then later on - 300m. We were in the West Bank, Palestine ...