Hotel Montefiore

36 Montefiore St, Tel Aviv, Israel | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 36 Montefiore St, Tel Aviv, is near Dizengoff Fountain, The Jaffa Clock Tower, Jabotinsky Museum, and Founders Monument and Fountain.
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    Epic Israel June 30th - July 3rd

    A travel blog entry by epicisrael on Jul 03, 2014

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    Hello from Tel Aviv!

    Sorry it has been a little while since we have blogged - we've been on the move a little bit, but we're now settled in Tel Aviv for a few days and are excited to catch everyone up on the last few days!

    On Monday, June 30th we explored the northern city of Akko. One of the oldest continuous communities in Israel, Akko has a fascinating history and a vibrant multi-cultural feel. We began Monday morning by touring ...

    West Bank

    A travel blog entry by spsadventures on May 31, 2014

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    ... other areas. All around the West Bank, the homes have large water tanks on the roofs so that when the water is on, the people can fill the tanks to have water for when it's not on.
    I usually love factory tours and seeing how things are made, but this wasn't much of a factory tour. Of course, it wasn't much of a factory either. It was a one-room barn-type structure with a lot of tanks. Since they build to order, they only run when they need to, and they weren't ...

    Tel Aviv, Israel

    A travel blog entry by beverlybrown on May 29, 2014

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    ... She is a renowned Israeli artist, designer and sculptor. Her museum is housed in her home, which is an old building that she has renovated and enlarged.

    We then walked through the famous(?) Jaffa Flea Market. It was disappointing at first because it looked like any flea market in the US--old pots and glasses. But then we got deep into the flea market and saw Jaffa's real junk and ...

    GETTING THERE AND GETTING AWAY

    A travel blog entry by rodfricker on Mar 04, 2014

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    ... the suitcase and we were on our way to check in. What he had remains a mystery.

    Hand luggage and security was the same as in any other airport although we were allowed to keep our boots on. And if Israeli security deems it unnecessary to make you remove your footwear, you can be fairly sure that all the airports who insist on it are ...

    Breakfast with the Vicar of Baghdad

    A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Jan 01, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... set sail for his ill-fated voyage to Tarshish, to avoid God’s order to go to Nineveh. (Of course he went overboard, was swallowed by the big fish, and was spat out at Nineveh anyway.) When Jonah boarded the boat Jaffa had already been around for over 1,000 years!

    Tel Aviv, in contrast, is barely more than 100 years old. It was officially founded in 1909 by 66 pioneer families who divided the land into plots. They met on the sand dunes on the ...