Travel Blogs from Herzlia
... our way back to the car we drove to a large market area which was fantastic to walk through. We had a late lunch, then enjoyed a but more of a look through the market. As we walked back to the car we went up a side alley and we were in a very old traditional Jewish area.
We had time for a lovely relaxing cup of tea at a spot from where we could see a good view of Jerusalem, including the Old City where we had been. We could see the Dome of the ...
... of Israeli settlements. The Palestinians can actually see their family homes from the refugee camp. And despite the challenges, oppression and poverty, we are greeted with appreciative smiles as we explore the town. After the sun had set and we'd eaten dinner with one of our new Palestinian friends (who had taken his entire day to voluntarily show us around), we laid, exhausted and with eyes wide open, in silence and waited for sleep to ...
... control. What a great way to travel.
After I arrived at the hotel we went right to the beach to hang out for a while. We then had a great sushi dinner and walked around Tel Aviv. The city is alive with people walking and socializing late into the night. ...
... t matter to the hippies, who were attending this 'Festival of Peace' (השלומ ...
... out where they were from.
Dad: So where are you guys headed to in Israel?
Lady: Oh we will be going all over.
Dad: What holy places are you going to visit?
Lady: Oh most of the normal ones.
Dad: So pretty much anywhere Jesus walked? Yea us too.
Lady: Uh yah sure. Well have a nice flight.
After some detective work we soon discovered it was a group of young Jewish children who were headed there from ...
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