Yehelim Boutique Hotel

Address: 72 Moav St, Arad, Israel | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on 72 Moav St, Arad, is near Old City Jaffa, Kikar Kedumim, and Shuk Hapishpeshim.
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      Day Fourteen-Thursday.

      A travel blog entry by melodyanne on Oct 30, 2014

      ... east of the city.This site dates from the early Israelite period around the 10 th century BCE ,probably due to the abundance of underground water,as evidenced by the numerous wells in the area and regarded as the first planned site in the region.The streets are laid out in a grid pattern with sections dedicated to administration,military,commercial & residential use.The site has an elaborate water system and huge cistern,carved out of the rock beneath the town,we ...

      Day 24 - Happy New Year

      A travel blog entry by spydah on Sep 24, 2014

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      ... and the last occasion on which cavalry was used to any great extent. Yossi first took us past the extensive campus of Ben Gurion University, where Esther holds her professorship. From there we drove past the Allenby Memorial and the British cemetery, and then drove on to the ANZAC memorial park which Yossi himself hadn't visited before. Paid for by the Pratt Foundation, it is really quite something with beautiful green lawns, mature jacarandas which were ...

      A Mountain Bathhouse

      A travel blog entry by jkromp on Jul 07, 2014

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      ... the males being a grad student (far removed from his three years of military service). We split into smaller groups to meet the Israelis individually. My group was assigned to Raz, the grad student. He's currently getting his masters in chemistry at school in Tel Aviv, and he's applying to top-10 US schools for PhD programs in chemistry. He's really well spoken and friendly. All of the Israelis were really excited to take time off to join us. We went into downtown Tzfat, which is known ...

      Arad, Beersheba, Bet Guvrin, Elah Valley

      A travel blog entry by oomstravels on Jun 18, 2014

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      ... we stood in the valley between Mt. Socoh (where the Philistines camped) and Mt. Azekah (where Israel camped). In the valley is a "rippling brook" (it was dry when we visited) where David would have collected his stones. One cannot visit this site without singing the Sunday school song, "Only a Boy Named David." So we did. Fun times. Most tourists take a stone from the valley... how can one resist... so we have one in our possession, too. :)



      A travel blog entry by richardandemily on May 15, 2014

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      ... to help with the dance moves.

      The highlights of our travels outside of Tel Aviv were our trip in the Negev Desert and our stay in Jerusalem.

      Adi and Or recommended that we spend most of our time in the south of Israel in the desert as opposed to going up north where it is more green and lush but, according to them, coming from NZ we would not have been impressed by it. The were right about us being impressed by the desert though – it was ...