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Leisure travel

The Gardens are a recreational site and an attraction for Israelis and tourists alike.

Jerusalem’s Old City and its four quarters contain some of the most important sites to Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

The construction of the new city’s Jewish neighborhoods began in the late 19th century.

Israel’s third largest city has the country’s largest port, a vibrant mix of Arabs and Jews and is the home of the World Center of the Bahai Faith.

Jerusalem is a city of overwhelming emotions, a city that promises a religious and spiritual experience, excitement and pleasure, interesting tours and entertaining

Tel Aviv was founded in 1909 by the Jewish Community of Jaffa, in a new neighborhood they called Ahuzat Bayit, later known as Tel Aviv.

Look beyond the archeological digs, ancient cisterns and tourist sites for some of the more vacation-y fare, frequented by Israelis, but not always that well-known.

Israelis love fairs, festivals, ‘festigals’ and the ever-popular ‘heppening.’

"It looks like an ordinary road," I said, lounging in the white Mitsubishi van en route from Ben Gurion Airport to Jerusalem.

Emma Peabody of Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple in New Brunswick, New Jersey is enthusiastic about her courses in “Biblical Theology” and “Women in Israel” at the University of Haifa, part of the Refor


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