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There's No Public Transportation on Shabbat

I had to take care of two of my friend’s cats the other Saturday. She lives in quite a remote neighborhood of Jerusalem named Gilo. Someone was able to give me a lift to Gilo in the afternoon, but if he couldn’t have done that, I had no other choice but to take the bus to her house on Friday afternoon, before the Shabbat started. 891 more words


Timna Park – Ancient Egyptian copper mines

Timna is an unusual geologic wonder not to be missed especially while visiting Eilat. I heard of Timna for the first time while visiting the Eilat Museum where copper ore mined from Timna are displayed.   715 more words


Eilat – where desert meets the sea! Part -2

As promised in my last blog, here is the list of things one can do in Eilat apart from visiting Coral world. I would recommend every one to visit… 577 more words


Eilat, Red Sea.

Eilat is an ideal place for water sports! Scuba diving and skydiving (you will see the four countries at once!). Travel by camel or by jeep, rush on the water surface under sail or kite – you decide! 264 more words


Best 2017 Summer Festivals in Israel

So… what’s going on in Israel this summer? If you’re planning on comming to Israel not only to explore the beautiful sites, but also to enjoy some of Israel’s best festivals, here are a few of the top festivals I found about, that are coming up this July and August: 516 more words


The road to Bayt al-Maqdis (Jerusalem)

“It is impossible to know Jerusalem without some respect for religion” wrote Simon Sebag Montefiore, author of a best seller on Jerusalem and I couldn’t agree more.

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Allenby Bridge Crossing