Related Trips (112)Jerusalem DistrictMore Jerusalem District Trips
A Travel Blog by danaandtom
Hello friends! Our names are Dana and Tom and we are from Israel. Dana is 21 years old, Tom is 24. We decided to take a trip to South America, just like most Israelis do, in order to relax and take our minds off the long army period. We ...
Starting my adventure with whatever I can carry on my back and with my awesome friend, Rona (and whatever she can carry on hers...)
A Travel Blog by kerenk1019
Israel is getting a little too small, its time for me to go explore the huge continent of South America with my fellow explorer, Rona. With no plan and no reason to come home (exept for missing everyone, of course) I am off to see what the fuss is all ...
A Travel Blog by john.boyd.123
A Travel Blog by hammitt
Before I go to graduate school in the fall, I'm taking the chance to get away. From the northern reaches of the Ganges with friends to the mountains of Switzerland with family, there should be some good stories. And if that fails, I can always make ...
A Travel Blog by ebolaben
Welcome to the chronicles of my journey through Europe, the Mediterranean, the Middle East, Africa, and South East Asia! I'm ending up in Melbourne, Australia, but have lots of places to go between now and February 1st when I get to Melbourne. Greetings ...
A Travel Blog by bschiller
Hello everyone, This is my travel pod! from here I'll send out updates about my trip. Feel free to poke around!
A Travel Blog by pinkasey
Hi There!! Welcome to our blog! this trip will take us to madrid, Ecvador, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, and Brazil. Hope it will be interesting, and that we'll find enough internet-cafe places to update it... but if we will, i promise a lot of ...
Middle East 2007: Overland from Istanbul to Mecca with stops to explore Sufism along the way unless I dont get a visa to Saudi Arabia which will the change the final destination to Morocco.
A Travel Blog by thejourney
2007 has been the most difficult year of my life so far...lost a lot of things...my company, then my family...then started to lose my sanity. Im travelling to the Middle East on a spiritual journey of sorts.
From riding ponys in the US, to the jungles of Peru and maybe eating meat in Argentina, this is Maya's experience!
A Travel Blog by shmaya
Welcome to my travel log. Here you will read about my "after army trip" starting in the USA trying to learn about ponys in New Jersey and continuing on to South America exploring the south american culture. Hope you will enjoy reading, i know i will enjoy ...
Related Entries (130)Jerusalem DistrictMore Jerusalem District Entries
A Travel Blog entry by travelingwests from Jerusalem District, Jerusalem District, Israel
Today we travelled to Jerusalem. Field trips as a family are always a lot of fun. Today was extra special and quite emotional as we knew it was our last time for who knows how long before we will all stand at these places again. We travelled to the ...
A Travel Blog entry by bryanddave2013 from Jerusalem, Israel
... Road, about 15 mins walk from the old city, and in the heart of the youth entertainment district- lots of schwarma and other fast food type places. Jerusalem is an absolutely incredible city and visiting was an awe inspiring experience for both of us. ...
A Travel Blog entry by jim.diane from Jerusalem, Israel
... bussed down to Ben Yehuda and King George streets at 9 AM. This is the pedestrian mall shopping area in the downtown business district and is the area where a lot of the bombings occurred. We walked around the center of the city with Allan and ...
A Travel Blog entry by primaryendpoint from Jerusalem, Israel
... sherut. In turn, she was reporting to every one of her many children and grandchildren that she had arrived safely in Jerusalem. In a pause between conversations she told the haredi man across the aisle from her (from Philadelphia) that she was ...
A Travel Blog entry by scolson from Jerusalem, Israel
... ground. This quick journey through the geo-politic of the region soon gave way to the madness that is Jerusalem traffic. Beyond description, nerve wracking and complete anarchy best describes it, and after a wild ride through the city ...
A Travel Blog entry by jimstephkrueger from Jerusalem, Israel
... a second Messiah will resurrect the dead and lead them through the gate that Jesus entered here when he first entered Jerusalem (the Golden Gate) Muslims also believe that the dead will rise here on the Day of Judgement and the Muslim ...
A Travel Blog entry by grossmanjh from Jerusalem, Israel
... Sabbath. Some sects are so extreme that they either deny the holocaust or they say Jews deserved it. Also there are some sects in Jerusalem that think Israel should not exist yet. Mom and I had to wear long skirts,see photo, long sleeved shirts and my mom ...
A Travel Blog entry by robjstaples from Ashford, United Kingdom
When I'm abroad, the militaristic, imperialistic undertones of Jerusalem sometimes make me cringe a little, but here is where it belongs, and it sounds good playing over in my mind as I gaze out across the North Downs with a ripping North Easterly wind ...
A Travel Blog entry by zach.fang from Jerusalem, Israel
... he did a good job describing the messed up situation. That night we went out to Ben Yehuda street which is the big nightlife district. Alex B's cousin owned a bar so we started there. Alcohol in Israel is probably more expensive than in DC. I was pretty ...
A Travel Blog entry by redkeels from Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina
Today was the most surreal day that I have ever experienced. I attended my 3rd Spanish lesson today and still nothing is really going in, but hey, I'm still trying. Once I finished class, I went back to the hostel and waited for Emma and Dominic as Emma ...
Related Pictures (24)Jerusalem DistrictMore Jerusalem District Pictures
Related Accommodations (4)Jerusalem DistrictMore Jerusalem District Accommodations
Al-Hammamat Al-Tunisyya Street, Aqaba, Jordan
... . Experience extraordinary dessert scenery in the Wadi Rum river valley, visit the ancient ruins of Petra or haggle at the Jerusalem Bazaar. Whether you come to Aqaba for business or a seaside vacation, our courteous and helpful hotel staff looks forward ...Traveler Rating
- 344 reviews
- 1 travel blog