Deborah Hotel

Address: 87 Ben Yehuda Street , Tel Aviv, 63437, Israel | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 87 Ben Yehuda Street , Tel Aviv, is near Dizengoff Fountain, The Jaffa Clock Tower, Jabotinsky Museum, and Founders Monument and Fountain.
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Travel Blogs from Tel Aviv

Rain or Shine!

A travel blog entry by labellevie on Oct 31, 2014

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... differences, especially between the schooling and military. We ended up talking a lot about the Holocaust and Tomi shared with me something I found absolutely incredible. She explained that all of the students, when they are in their last two years of school, study the Holocaust and each student does a project involving the interview of a survivor. The whole project culminates in a week-long journey they make together to Poland to ...

Day 28 - Museums like no others

A travel blog entry by spydah on Sep 28, 2014

... we visited that we'd be there for four hours, and that even then we felt that we hadn't done full justice to the place. So what was it that had captured our imaginations like this? The Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum has to be seen to be believed. A stark, modern building the main structure is in the form of a very long structure, almost like a very long inverted axe blade, which is cut into the hillside in such a way that it seems to be ...

Epic Israel June 30th - July 3rd

A travel blog entry by epicisrael on Jul 03, 2014

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... Prisoners Museum, an old Turkish fort that was converted into a prison by British Mandatory forces in the years before Israel was established. There we learned about the stories of Jewish prisoners from the Haganah, Etzel, and Lehi movements and a daring attempt at escape. Next, we went to the Al Jazzar Mosque, a beautiful structure which is the second largest mosque in Israel. We also learned about Ramadan, the Muslim holy month which ...

West Bank

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on May 31, 2014

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... the pope had just been earlier in the week. It is filled with graffiti in English and a few other European languages because the graffiti is there to speak to the tourists. Since so many people come to Bethlehem to see the holy sites, this is a good way to reach an international audience. I enjoyed the graffiti a lot because it was colorful, positive, and peaceful. However, I have to admit that I was both enlightened and saddened by the discussion we had at the ...

Tel Aviv, Israel

A travel blog entry by beverlybrown on May 29, 2014

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... br> The most fun was having lunch at a local home. I think I mentioned before that OAT finds families in the local area that are willing to feed a bunch of Americans in their home. This young woman is a Christian Arab originally from Lebanon who has made her home in Jaffa with her husband and 3 children. What I didn't mention is that OAT pays them to do this, but of course they don't do it just for ...