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  • Day 11(Sorry this is more abbreviated than my entry was just 20 minutes ago but it didn't save and when I tried to post only a small part was saved so I am now re-doing my blog so it is not Posted by MaryDavis in Israel/Rome | Feb 9, 2014
  • Day 10If my writing stops and your screen suddenly is covered with goo it is because my head has exploded from all the information and emotion that has been poured, plunged, gushed and jammed into it over these past days. It Posted by MaryDavis in Israel/Rome | Feb 8, 2014
  • Day 8Another beautiful day is Israel. Fortunate for us but not so fortunate for the Israelis as they would like rain! It was sunny and cool but warm in the sun. So after breakfast, which was different than our previous hotel Posted by MaryDavis in Israel/Rome | Feb 6, 2014
  • Day 7Today was a day on the move. We had breakfast and finished packing up and took all of our stuff down to the bus. They loaded our bags on and we loaded our bodies on and off we went. We Posted by MaryDavis in Israel/Rome | Feb 5, 2014
  • Day 6Another very good day full of activity and learning. It was nice to sleep in a bit later this morning. We didn't have to be ready to leave until 8:30. The nice thing about breakfast time is we sit and Posted by MaryDavis in Israel/Rome | Feb 4, 2014
  • 2011 D1 H & A WORLD CRUISE, XXVIII - BETHLEHEMWE EXIT THE SUEZ CANAL & TURN RIGHT FOR ASHOD IN ISREAL INSTEAD OF ALEXANDRIA IN EGYPT. SOME PASSENGERS FELT THAT SKIPPING EGYPT IN FAVOUR OF ISRAEL WAS A BIT LIKE JUMPING OUT OF THE FRYING PAN INTO THE FIRE & Posted by hasbeen in MOSTLY CRUISING | Jan 8, 2013
  • Day 5Day 5 Today a very different day than we have had so far. Much more listening and not as much walking and moving around. It made for a harder day since listening is tough when there is no discussion more of Posted by MaryDavis in Israel/Rome | Feb 3, 2014
  • A brief reflectionJust a few thoughts to share after a good night's sleep.... Bethlehem is now surrounded by a 10 meter high concrete wall built by the Israelis for someone's protection. Not sure who's as our guide is a Palestinian Christian that said Posted by MaryDavis in Israel/Rome | Feb 2, 2014
  • Day 4When I said yesterday that today was going to be a busy day....I had no idea just how busy and how many things we were going to see and experience! Wow! As one of the other people on the tour Posted by MaryDavis in Israel/Rome | Feb 2, 2014
  • Day 3Had a much better flight from London to Tel Aviv. No screamers and we were very tired. Glenn slept well and I got some sleep but I had slept in the airport so I also watched a movie and rested. Posted by MaryDavis in Israel/Rome | Feb 2, 2014
  • My Israeli Border ExperienceThere was only one other tourist on the once-a-day 7AM Jett bus to the border. Chris was from Canada and we'd actually run into each other before in Wadi Musa and even shared a taxi with two others in Amman, Posted by jaytravels in The Foreigner | Jan 31, 2014
  • Goodbye Tel AvivIt has been a great trip, but we are now ready to fly home. It will be good to re-adjust our body clocks to UK time and resume a normal life. Jill just reminded me that in less than 2 Posted by Anderscrystal in Israel - The land and the people | Oct 12, 2013
  • HOME IN DALIAT EL KARMEL Well so we took the air-plane from Paris to Israel....The line was insane long......That they have to call my name to get pass security to make it to the gate....Well traveling with 3 kids could be challenging especially in the airports Posted by NAGATTRAVEL in TRAVELING WITH KIDS | Oct 11, 2013
  • Hello Tel AvivWe're on the 16th floor. Took a bit of time to learn to avoid the lift that stops on every floor. This is due to the Sabbath. Jews should apparently not have to press the lift button on a Saturday. Posted by Anderscrystal in Israel - The land and the people | Oct 11, 2013
  • We have reached the Mediterranean! You can only just see it through the archers of the 2000 year old aqueduct (or at least it's remains. Posted by Anderscrystal in Israel - The land and the people | Oct 11, 2013
  • NazarethThis was a very interesting stop. A First Century Nazareth Village that really brought to life a Galilean village and its rural surroundings as it was 2000 years ago. The guide was excellent and I have many good shots taken at Posted by Anderscrystal in Israel - The land and the people | Oct 11, 2013
  • On and around the road We see many things around us. Some things are also on the road, like this horse. There have also been a few donkeys, but I've not managed to catch them on film. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/627771/7A1C4A352219AC6817EDEB5BF2879962.jpeg Posted by Anderscrystal in Israel - The land and the people | Oct 10, 2013
  • Travelling up to The Golan Heights (Thursday) Vi began our day with a long journey. Our first destination was Tel Dan National Park Best described using this text from their brochure: Tel Dan National Par Posted by Anderscrystal in Israel - The land and the people | Oct 10, 2013
  • Photos from Bet She'an Posted by Anderscrystal in Israel - The land and the people | Oct 9, 2013
  • Wednesday Kibbutz Ma'aganLike I said yesterday as we just had arrived, this is a great place. Right now (9pm) Jill and I are sitting outside our apartment listening to the waves and the cicadas. It is obviously dark, but the temperature is Posted by Anderscrystal in Israel - The land and the people | Oct 9, 2013
  • We are now at Kibbutz Ma'aganNot sure what heaven looks like, but this could be it. View from our apartment. Last listing for today. I'm aiming for the swimming pool now. Posted by Anderscrystal in Israel - The land and the people | Oct 8, 2013
  • Almost there... Posted by Anderscrystal in Israel - The land and the people | Oct 8, 2013
  • Tuesday - Muslim Jerusalem, Bethlehem and a long journeyWe had to queue for some time to get in to the Muslim Jerusalem. Security was very thorough. There was a story about how the Muslims received this area from the Jews, but so many things were happening and Posted by Anderscrystal in Israel - The land and the people | Oct 8, 2013
  • MondayWe started the day with a short coach trip to the Dung Gate. This is the West entrance to the walled city and leads to the Western Wall and the Wailing Wall, where we could see several Jewish men nodding Posted by Anderscrystal in Israel - The land and the people | Oct 7, 2013
  • Sunday - Jewish Holocaust exhibitionToday not a single photos has been taken and you should be grateful for that. We were told about a Jewish Holocaust exhibition/museum/presentation and recommended to go there if we 'liked that sort of things' We weren't 100% sure, but Posted by Anderscrystal in Israel - The land and the people | Oct 6, 2013
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