Daniel Herzliya Hotel
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- TV Channel One Russia
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... him, got additional recommendations on important sites in the Galilee, and arranged to meet him in Tel Aviv later in the week.
When we got together at his place in Rechaviah, a toney area of Tel Aviv I had not visited since my great-uncle and aunt had a beach house there back in 1976, Zev made us soup and we started to talk. It was a practical, grounded, and mind-bending conversation. It turns out that he has published five books on sacred buildings, three ...
... ll never forget. Apart from amazing food, the atmosphere was like being at an incredible party and halfway through the evening the music got louder and almost the whole restaurant got up to dance, including the waiters and chefs! In our limited time we managed to go to both ports- namal tel aviv and also Yafo. There are lots of new areas to explore and over the 6 weeks I was there I got to explore most of them. Probably the most exciting, vibrant area for me was ...
Jaffa . . Wasn't sure quit what to expect since I thought of it as suburb of Tel Aviv.
I was so wrong! I would go back anytime.
When we first got into town we saw the clock tower . . didn't think much about it until I started to do some research.
The Jaffa Clock Tower is one of seven clock towers built in Israel during the Ottoman period. The others are ...
... we walked through Herod the Great palace. The arena where they did horse racing, the theater stadium. Quite impressive. Right on the Mediterranean Sea. Then we went to Mt Carmel where Elijah confronted the prophets of Baal. Megiddo followed which had been excavated for years. This place has 25 layers of cities. Most strategic area to traverse North, east and ...
... is also burned a little when we tasted it, and we had to be really careful not to get any in our eyes. We skipped the mud bath due to a lack of time and the bottom was very rocky where we went in. After lunch we drove to see Masada overlooking the Dead Sea. Masada was built by ?King Herod? on a high mountain top plateau and was the site of an ancient settlement of Jewish people. When the Romans came to attack they took years to build a steep earthen ramp to access the entry ...