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  • JerusalemWe left New York in atypical freezing spring weather, and arrived in Israel to an atypically moist mild spring! The Tel Aviv-Jerusalem Highway was sheathed in fresh green, the hills around Jerusalem also green rather than gold. We stayed Posted by railea1 in Italy By Choice (IBC) | Apr 29, 2015
  • DC and IsraelIt has been difficult to write blog entries when there's so much we want to explore, so please forgive us for not writing sooner or at greater length.  After leaving South America to start the next legs of our honeymoon Posted by Alenari in Alena and Ari's Honeymoon Extravaganza | Apr 23, 2015
  • JerusalemSeder night in Jerusalem 2015-we're excited to be joining Zel and Riza, their two beautiful Israeli sons Nadav and Eyal, Riza's mum Pauline visiting from Florida, and Jerusalemite friend Tamar. We're imitating the locals; this is to be our sole Posted by railea1 in Italy By Choice (IBC) | Apr 5, 2015
  • Time Flies When You are Climbing Ancient Ruins So, I am exhausted from all of the exploring we have been doing lately so I haven't been able to post much. All day we adventure and then we come back to the hotel, freshen-up, grab dinner, then sit down Posted by fullifescenario in Israel | Mar 31, 2015
  • ForeignersWe finally landed safe and sounds in Israel, but 11 hours on a plane is no picnic, let me tell you what. You have a space that is 1.5 feet wide and 3 feet long to spend your trip in, Posted by fullifescenario in Israel | Mar 26, 2015
  • West Banksy “We build too many walls and not enough bridges” Isaac Newton Build something high and wide enough and you should never have to worry about whatever it is that frightens you Posted by 19jenny79 in A Long Road | Jan 31, 2015
  • IsraelCraters and Kittens We cross the border into Israel, to the seaside resort city of Eilat. It looks clean and modern but we don’ Posted by nbergh in Where to Gumshoe? | Oct 31, 2014
  • Israel in October - Part 1Israel. It's a home for divisions, sectarianism and violence (compare the Judean People's Front in Life of Brian). At the same time Israel is a wondrous place, a cultural and modern oasis in the desert and home to the high-tech hub Posted by BradB in Tales of Travels | Oct 15, 2014
  • Jerusalem, Israel[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/666235/DSC_ Posted by bloorsontour in Bloors on Tour | Sep 30, 2014
  • Dead Sea A quiet Saturday, so no report. Today, it was back to my favourite car hire place (for the third time) to get a cheap car (and inefficient service). Then it was off to the Dead Sea with Stephane (a French guy I Posted by Adamtrumble in Northern hemisphere 2014 | Sep 7, 2014
  • These Piggies are not Terrorists: Israel Part IIIt was hard for the piggies to leave Palestine. Part of them really wanted to just stay there for their remaining three days. But they also thought Haifa might be interesting. Haifa was okay. The highlights being the Baha'i gardens: [img=http://phot Posted by gabell in ThreeLittlePiggies | Sep 6, 2014
  • Excitement at the Sea of GalileeTo make up for the recent lack of news, I had an amazing day today. I caught up with Avner & Inbar, who stayed with me some months ago (AirBNB). I drove to Inbar's mother's house near Nazareth & we drove up Posted by Adamtrumble in Northern hemisphere 2014 | Sep 5, 2014
  • Tel Aviv lazynessSorry - not much to report, but having a good time in Tel Aviv. [img=http://photos.tra Posted by Adamtrumble in Northern hemisphere 2014 | Sep 4, 2014
  • Invisible man goes to JerusalemI'm really over the total absence of customer service from some people in customer service roles here. Today, I went to the ticket/information window at the bus terminal. The guy was on two iPhones (ie - personal, not business) at once and Posted by Adamtrumble in Northern hemisphere 2014 | Sep 2, 2014
  • A Holy PigrimageFrom Cyprus, the pigs headed to Israel. Many questioned why they would go to an active war zone...those were perfectly valid questions... Luckily for the piggies, a ceasefire began around the time the piggies flew to Tel Aviv, August 12th. They Posted by gabell in ThreeLittlePiggies | Sep 2, 2014
  • North It was the first day of school here today, sort of good, as local kids are out of the equasion during the week now. Today, I hired a car and drove as far north as yo Posted by Adamtrumble in Northern hemisphere 2014 | Sep 1, 2014
  • Tel AvivSunday...a normal working day in Israel...and still hot and humid. A day of walking around, mostly with a new friend (who is doing his law PhD in Stanford, but home for the break). We went to the oritinal area of Tel Aviv, Posted by Adamtrumble in Northern hemisphere 2014 | Aug 31, 2014
  • JaffaLate this morning, I walked to Jaffa and back. It's stinking hot during the day, so the 2.5 hour trip was enough for the day. Saturday is the Sabbath and many things (including public transport and the markets) are closed. I'll let the Posted by Adamtrumble in Northern hemisphere 2014 | Aug 30, 2014
  • Tel AvivIt's hot! I tried a cappucino this morning (something I didn't bother with in Greece) and it was good! Then a workout at the gym. Then I went to the Hilton Posted by Adamtrumble in Northern hemisphere 2014 | Aug 29, 2014
  • Tel AvivI woke too early, but discovered mother and child outside my door. Then it was off to the airport for the trip to Tel Aviv. A great view from the plane when taxyi Posted by Adamtrumble in Northern hemisphere 2014 | Aug 28, 2014
  • Day 4- Hebron, Kiryat Arba, Sde Boaz8:40- Boker Tov everyone! Our first night in Jerusalem was good, although the noise of the city was quite different than the quiet of the Shomron. Yesterday was Jerusalem Day, the celebration of the reunification of Jerusalem, so there were activities Posted by Jordan Long in Israel Study Tour 2014 | May 29, 2014
  • Day 3- Morning8:10- We are having a quick teaching session before leaving for the day. We had our final breakfast here in the Shomron...various salad fixings, hummus, tuna, different cheeses, yogurt, eggs, Posted by Jordan Long in Israel Study Tour 2014 | May 27, 2014
  • From the Airport9:51 Shalom everyone, We are at our gate at the airport. I wish it was the beginning of the week and we were just arriving. We bid farewell to our beloved guide Moshe before supper. He would be hitchhiking to his Posted by Jordan Long in Israel Study Tour 2014 | Jun 3, 2014
  • Day 8- Golan HeightsHello everyone, I apologize but I wrote a whole post that somehow was deleted when I went to publish it. I will have to repost in the morning. It is already ten thirty and it has been another intense day. Goodnight Posted by Jordan Long in Israel Study Tour 2014 | Jun 2, 2014
  • The End of Day 7Hello everyone, We have had a very full day. I apologize, but I will have to post tomorrow. The wifi in our rooms is too slow for uploading pictures and even doing much on the internet at all. I Posted by Jordan Long in Israel Study Tour 2014 | Jun 1, 2014
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