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The Holy sites of Jerusalem

The Holy sites of Jerusalem

Being the most important city for all major religions, the old city of Jerusalem is probably the most fascinating trip you can make while visiting Israel. The history of Jerusalem combines some of the most important events in Jewish and Christian history alike, and the religious sites spread throughout the city capture the imagination of each and every visitor.

The Dead Sea

The Dead Sea

The Dead Sea is unlike any other place in the world. It is one of the main attractions for tourists visiting the Israel, and for many good reasons. Thanks to the climate and the mineral qualities of the area, it holds a variety of therapeutic qualities and offers many beauty treatments and body massages you only have to choose from while visiting. At minus 416 meters below sea level, the Dead Sea is the lowest place on earth.

Welcome to Tiberias

Welcome to Tiberias

Located on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee, Tiberias is a favorite health and holiday resort as well as a pilgrimage destination. The city lies on a mountain slope, beautifully looking over the Golan Heights at the other side of the lake.

Gan Hashlosha - The Sakhne, a unique spring water pools national park

Gan Hashlosha - The Sakhne, a unique spring water pools national park

The spectacular water site of Gan Hashlosha is a perfect place for the whole family to enjoy. Throughout the year, the water temperature remains constant at 28 degrees. Located between kibbutzim Beit Alfa and Nir David, it has naturally warm water where visitors can swim all year. It is named in memory of three Jewish pioneers who came to survey the land on behalf of the Jewish National Fund in 1938, when their car rode over a land mine and all three were killed. Gan Hashlosha - (Sakhne) is located at the foot of the Gilboa and is considered one of the most visited and most beautiful water vacation sites in Israel. In the garden area is a spring, from which clear and warm water flows all year round, filling huge pools and a beautiful waterfall system. The water springs at a constant temperature of 28 degrees, which makes bathing warm and pleasant even in winter. Gan Hashlosha (Sakhne) is a spectacularly beautiful water site, which is a perfect recreation place for the whole family. The spring in the garden springs all year round, at a constant temperature of 28 degrees. The giant pools in the garden are surrounded by spacious lawns, rich vegetation and ornamental trees, picnic areas and grill facilities. Faucets, showers with hot water and restrooms are available to visitors - and everything is clean and maintained by dedicated and professional staff. You can also purchase coffee, light food and bathroom equipment at the convenience store. Gan Hashlosha is open every day of the week and throughout the year.

The OCD Tel Aviv, a very exciting restaurant The OCD Tel Aviv, a very exciting restaurant

The OCD Tel Aviv, a very exciting restaurant

The OCD Tel Aviv restaurant serves a closed menu (tasting meal) served to all diners at the same time. The seating is around a bar in front of the open kitchen so guests can watch all the work of the kitchen staff. The menu changes from time to time, built by chef Raz Rahav and influenced by culture, ingredients, history and local insolence, taking into account the availability of ingredients and the season, influences from the world and memories. We haven't yet had the chance to go there, but we hear the hype from all around us... send us some pictures. Since the meal requires a fixed menu, the diner will not be presented with one when he arrives. Join other diners in experimenting with new flavors and ingredients by coming with an open mind. Moreover, in addition to the closed menu, we offer vegetarian, kosher, vegan, and more, all according to the displayed menus. You will not be able to change the menu during the meal, so please mention it when ordering. We havn't yet had the chance to go there, but we hear the hype from all around us... send us some pictures. Address: 17 Tartza Street, Tel Aviv-Jaffa Phone: 03-556-6774

Bastory chef's restaurant and bar, Be'er Sheva

Bastory chef's restaurant and bar, Be'er Sheva

Bastory chef's restaurant and bar is an amazing place to dine and drink, they offer original takes on popular dishes, well made and great taste, it is a small chef's bar with 27 seats around an open kitchen where all the magic happens. Bastosy's team is small but a happy one with happy faces all the time, the place is lively and energetic, great food and cocktails. A true desert oasis. Address 18 Chaim Yahil, Be'er Sheva

The alpacas farm near Mizpe Ramon

The alpacas farm near Mizpe Ramon

Five minutes drive from Mitzpe Ramon, near the Ramon Crater, you will find a charming gem, an alpaca farm with a herd of alpacas and llamas of the Negev. South American safaris like this can only be found in the Andes Mountains... or in the Negev Mountains and experience it. You will meet many different animals here, you can pet and feed the alpacas and llamas, ride a horse, hear about the story of the farm, and of course stay in the B&Bs and spend the night with us. Hear from the farm team about the alpacas' fascinating journey from the distant Andes to the Negev mountains and their amusing customs Go on a Llama picnic - a beautiful hike in the hills around the farm, just you and the llama who helps carry the picnic. You can choose a cute alpaca or llama and feed it from the palm of your hand. Each guest receives the bag of delicious food at the entrance to the farm. Yes, you can walk along the desert paths to the rim of the crater, riding on the back of one of our horses. No previous experience is required. Visit the stone hut, rest and enjoy a cup of coffee, herbal tea or ice cream. At the farm you can also practice yoga in our studio or in the desert space, alone or with the farm's yoga instructor.

Manao Beach, Neurim, Hefer Valley

Manao Beach, Neurim, Hefer Valley

The Manao Neurim beach, recently upgraded and now offers sports training complex with variety of gyms and workshops, as well as a Puccioli lot (beach volleyball -like game). The renewed beach restaurant and the coffee satnd on the cliff. The entire coastal space was built using natural resources, in the design that blends with the sea, according to ecological values. the Manao Nurim beach is a beatiful mediteranian beach with yellow soft sand and amazing water for bathing and surfing. MANA Restaurant is a great dining spot that offers Israeli dishes that may include Cabbage Salad, Different Fish, Tabula, Zukini Salad, Hamburgers, drinks and deserts.

The Museum of Illusions in Tel Aviv

The Museum of Illusions in Tel Aviv

The Museum of Illusions in Tel Aviv is a fun private museum for all ages - for children from the age of 6, teenagers, parents, grandmothers and the whole family. In the museum you will find over 50 exhibits that will make you question your senses! Come visit and experience the unbelievable in the world of illusions. If a picture is worth a thousand words, surely an illusion hides more than a million. Enter the fascinating world of illusions, which will challenge your trust in your senses, but will also amaze you. This is a world that will completely confuse you, but also teach you new things... come visit and discover that nothing is as it seems, especially not here! The Museum of Illusions in Tel Aviv is a private museum located in a wonderful location for social gatherings and pure enjoyment. A perfect place for new and fun experiences, and it is suitable for everyone; Friends and family, parents, couples, grandparents and the whole gang. You won't believe your eyes Let your imagination run free in the vastness of the infinity room, defy the laws of gravity in the upside down room, shrink down to a miniature size in the Ames room...all while taking pictures and getting desirable and impossible photographs. Tel Aviv Port, North Complex, Building 26. 6 Yosef Yakuthiali St., Tel Aviv. 03-5664433

Herzl's Burika, Netanya Market - Shuk

Herzl's Burika, Netanya Market - Shuk

Burika or Burik, is one a fastfood falfel competitor dish of Tunisian and Tripoli expats. This small stand has existed for more than 60 years and today is managed by Eli, the third generation, who prepares a wonderful and crackling burika "exactly according to the family's traditional recipe". For many people in Brick, or Burika, depending on who you ask, it's a matter of nostalgia: Brick stands were almost as common as falafel stands in the 70s and 80s. Today, if you want to buy a brik hot from the fryer, you can find it mainly in the Ada strongholds in Yehud, Netanya and the Carmel Market. The brik dough is unique in the world of doughs: both thin, flexible and really, really comfortable to work with. Its preparation is a craft in which the number of practitioners is decreasing, and is mainly reserved for experienced Tunisian cooks, who know the techniques and tricks for precisely rolling out the delicate dough. For home preparation, we borrow the cigar leaves from the Moroccan kitchen - they are also flexible, thin and behave excellently in frying. You can find them in the frozen dough section of the supermarket, next to the Malawach. Eli fills the thin burik sheet, made on site, with egg and potatoes and deep-fries everything together. If all this goodness is not enough padding for you, he will put the fried burek in a pita for you to protect your clothes from the runny egg yolk. You can add spicy, tahini, salad and chershi (pumpkin salad) to this perfect dish, and most importantly - you can buy Burik leaves for home. Shoham 13 Netanya

Maree Restaurant Netanya

Maree Restaurant Netanya

Located on the roof of the Vert Hotel, this new rooftop restaurant offers spectacular views of the city's beach. Known as Mari, the place combines night entertainment with culinary to attract Israeli tourists and guests of the nearby hotel. The restaurant, with a luxurious and stunning design, which covers 900 square meters, and is divided into several entertainment areas. In the center stands a very large chandelier, and under it the open kitchen that can be viewed from all wings of the restaurant. As well as fish and meat dishes from Josper, Maree Restaurant offers lighter options, including tuna carpaccio with Amaranth mustard, mustard sorbet, and toasted sesame, tuna tartar on bruschetta with soft egg, tahini, almond cream and dill, fish sashimi with matuba vinaigrette, eggplant sashimi, Tassos olives, crispy quinoa and pickled onions. There is also grilled filet with gnocchi, mushroom ragout, porcini mushroom whipped cream, and tomato crunch (NIS 138); and sweet potato candies with citrus fennel cream, olive oil, Tassos olives, Shatta pepper, peas, and za'atar crumble. There were also crumbled strawberry millefeuille and vanilla panna cotta with cinnamon streusel and coriander seeds.

Ben-Gurion Boulevard Haifa

Ben-Gurion Boulevard Haifa

German Colony is a historic, happening neighborhood where the Baháʼí World Center and its leafy terraces attract 1 million pilgrims a year. Ben-Gurion Boulevard is lined with hotels, cafes, and restaurants, some in renovated Templer buildings. Located near the harbor, Haifa City Museum displays exhibits in an 1890s building. There are many bars in the colony, making it a popular nightlife destination. There are restaurants, cafes, and boutique hotels on both sides of this boulevard, which starts in a small but beautiful shopping center and leads up to the Bahai Garden.

Shishko Tel Aviv. A fun dining place with delicious Balkan dishes

Shishko Tel Aviv. A fun dining place with delicious Balkan dishes

There is a Bulgarian menu at Shishko, but the real fun is typical Tel Aviv fun, a diverse population, a lively city of people, located in a lively area, and add good taste, good people, and alcohol to make it perfect! The Shishko is a warm home for anyone who loves Balkan food, simple and delicious, served alongside a sea of alcohol. Served every day on the spot, our Bulgarian Mazets are fresh-fresh every day. How does it taste? This is a true paradise. Nibble on all this while listening to authentic and happy music at a volume that allows you to converse comfortably. Enjoy, hang out, and experience the wealth and happiness of the Balkans. Address: Har Sinai St 2, Tel Aviv-Yafo

The National Maritime Museum Haifa

The National Maritime Museum Haifa

The National Maritime Museum - was established in 1953, from the private collection of the late Aryeh Ben-Eli, who was the founder and first director of the museum. In 1972, the building was inaugurated at 198 Allenby Street, where it is still today. The museum presents spectacular exhibitions of ships from different periods, the pirate exhibition presented in the museum as part of the permanent exhibition is an experiential exhibition and the only one of its kind in Israel. In addition, the museum displays rare finds that survived from ancient times, underwater archaeology, Greco-Roman coins, maritime mythology and more. The museum is located at the southern entrance to Haifa and attracts thousands of visitors a year. The exhibition invites visitors to a space full of love for the sea and connects them directly with the museum's new story. It features a display of bottled ships and models of ships from around the world created by sailors as part of the unique leisure culture that has evolved aboard ships sailing in the distance. Address: Derech Allenby 198, Haifa Image by: Zvi Roger

The Red Sea Jazz Festival

The Red Sea Jazz Festival

This year, the Red Sea Jazz Festival returns to the wonderful port of Eilat - the festival's classic location under the stars - with performances and original productions by some of the best leading artists today. The International Jazz Festival is back after two years of great anticipation! Red Sea Jazz Festival - returns to Eilat port! with dozens of artists from Israel and the world November 12 – 10, Eilat port Maestro Yossi Payne, the music man and artistic director of the festival, curated and connected artists from here and there for three days with 18 (!) performances that you won't want to miss, and so that you don't miss a single show - this year you can purchase a PASS and enjoy all the shows. Along with well-known and beloved names that are always wonderful to meet again at the festival, this year you will meet quite a few young and up-and-coming artists who preserve and refresh the Israeli and global jazz scene. In the 36th edition of the festival, we are proud to announce the opening show of the Israeli super-group THIRD WORLD LOVE, in a one-time reunion show exclusive to the festival. After almost a decade of absence from the stage - Yonatan Avishai, Avishai Cohen, Omer Avital and Daniel Friedman return to play together in the port of Eilat. Another artist who will land and come straight to the festival is Jacob Collier from London who comes to us in his prime and in the middle of a world tour with 4 albums and 5 Grammy Awards. Grammy winner (3 to be exact) this time from the USA, Corey Henry will come up and perform with the famous keyboards, in a trio show that combines jazz with soul. In an original production for the festival, Gidi Gov will host Alon Olarchik, with non-standard performances of the hits we all love. And close the festival with a final show conceived by Maestro Fine combining musicians from all his favorite genres - a super group that will form for the first time on the festival stage. Conducted by Neta Barzilai, Nono, Eko and Cohen will be guests for a cross-genre celebration of jazz with hip-hop and spoken word.

The Scots Hotel Tiberias story

The Scots Hotel Tiberias story

The story about the Scots Hotel St. Andrew's -a famous hotel in Tiberias The Scots Hotel St. Andrew's is a hotel in Tiberias, Israel that is owned and managed by the Church of Scotland. The hotel was founded in 1885 by David Watt Torrance, a 23 year old surgeon from Airdrie, Scotland, in order to set up the Scottish "Mission of the Jews" in the Holy Land. The hotel is open to all regardless of race, creed, class or color. The David Building was a hospital that was opened on 1st January 1894. Present at the opening ceremony were the local Chief Rabbi, the Governor, the Muslim Mufti, the Roman Catholic and Greek Orthodox priests, the local Chief Judge and many others from the local communities. The song a hymn in Arabic and a prayer was said. The governor and Mrs. Torrance performed the opening ceremony. initially, the hospital offered general care, and later became a maternity Hospital. in 1959, with the opening of a new state-run hospital it was no longer needed. it was closed down and re-opened two years later as a hospice for pilgrims, which later developed into a guest house. The policy of welcoming everybody regardless of race, creed or color initiated by Torrance is still in force. Local people have stayed and eaten breakfast in the room in which they first sow the light of day when it was the delivery room. in the summer, Torrance would travel amongst the nomadic peoples and in the cooler months they would travel to Tiberias. On one occasion, a huge Bedouin warrior was seen crawling on his hands and knees up the stairs to the wards because he had never seen a two-story buildings before The port of the upstairs lounge area was once an operating theatre with huge windows providing good light. The Ceilidh Bar and other rooms either side of it at the head of the stairs were the wards, female on the left, male on the right, Muslim in the middle. There were eight beds in each ward and six cots distributed as required. Torrance held weekly services in Arabic and English. They were received sometimes with silence, sometimes with abuse and sometimes with response and debate. Torrance believed however, that real communication of the Gospel came in the unconditional acceptance of the sick. From the roof terrace, one can see the mixed nature of old Tiberias with the Great Mosque, St.Peter's Roman Catholic Church and several Synagogues. The modern high-rise hotels show that Tiberias has become a town built on tourism. Rev. Andrew Bonar who was in the original exploratory team of 1839 predicted, "Tiberias will one day become one of the most important winter resorts in the world". Tiberias now has over 6000 hotel beds with more being added. The Scots Hotel contributes 140 beds to the total, and through the ethos of the place provides Christian hospitality to all people regardless of race. The old church building is a place of worship that has been the central focus of the spiritual life of the mission since about 1930. The building was originally a school, but was turned into a church sanctuary in the 1890s. The church is named after St. Andrew, the patron saint of Scotland. David Torrance was a doctor who moved to Tiberias to help the people there. He was very successful and helped a lot of people, even though it was difficult. He had a lot of children, some of whom became doctors too. David Torrance was a missionary who served in the Tiberias Mission. He was ordained a missionary minister by Glasgow Presbytery in 1895. His main tasks were in educational work, both formal and religious. John Soutar was also a missionary who served in the Tiberias Mission. He is buried in the same graveyard as David Torrance. The Beach Tower is part of the old city wall that was first laid on this site by the Crusaders. Donna Gracia, a Portuguese Jew, rebuilt the walls with the help of her nephew. In the 18th century, the Bedouin leader Daher Al Omar rebuilt the walls again. Part of the original Roman city wall can still be seen over by the hot springs. By the time Dr. Torrance arrived, the city was squashed into the 34 acres that the Crusaders had walled in after the earthquake of 1034. The city was under Turkish control and administered by a local Arab Governor. Because of this structure, the locals thought that Torrance would never be allowed to own land or build a hospital. The Turkish authorities were suspicious of anything that missionaries did. Torrance obtained all the land he wanted by means of regular conversations with the owner who was a Mufti, a local Muslim leader. Torrance never expressed an interest in the land but was finally offered it for 60 British Pounds. He immediately built two residences, one for the minister in 1891 and one for himself a year later. For a hospital building, a special deed of permission (a firman) was needed. The book is about a doctor named Torrance who goes to Constantinople to help people. He is able to do this because he is a very determined person and because he has the support of the local officials. He is seen as a very compassionate person and is one of the first healers to work in that area in a long time. He attributes his skills to his faith in Christ. The Manse is a house that was built in 1890. It is a big house with many rooms. It became a hospital for women and children in 1921. A Turkish man bought the land for the hospital, but he decided it was too hot in Tiberias so he sold it cheaply to Torrance. The Present It is unthinkable that any church would voluntarily abandon work on the shore of the Lake that saw so much of Jesus' ministry. The potential for the site to be used for the furtherance of the Kingdom is so huge that the response needed to be one of great vision. in 1999 the General Assembly of the church of Scotland overwhelmingly caught the vision. We are now at the beginning of fulfilling that vision. By erecting a new building and refurbishing and upgrading the existing ones, we are now in a position to offer Christian hospitality to all - pilgrims from overseas and groups and individuals from Israel who seek rest and opportunity for reflection in conditions of unsurpassed comfort and service. The gardens have been landscaped and replanted with a variety of flowers and trees. The views from almost everywhere on the premises are wonderful, whether they be of the Lake and the Golan Heights beyond (on clear winter days even snow covered Mount Hermon looking like a long low cloud is visible) or of Bereniki and the Swiss Forest above the town. Situated as it is, on the shores of the Sea of Galilee, the Scots Hotel is ideally positioned for exploration of the north of Israel whether it be holy sites associated with the birth of Christianity, ancient sites that speak of the history of this land and region or the wonders of creation in the spring flowers and migrating birds. The Church of Scotland is a branch of Christianity that started in Scotland. It is also known as "The Kirk" and people in it are called Presbyterians. The Church of Scotland believe in democracy and that everyone is equal in the eyes of God.

Florentine - a hip neighborhood in the southern part of Tel Aviv

Florentine - a hip neighborhood in the southern part of Tel Aviv

Florentine is a very hip neighborhood in the southern part of Tel Aviv. It has lively nightlife and a wide selection of bars, cafes and nightclubs, which attract young as well as more mature crowd. Florentine is located between Neve Tzedek and Jaffa, and is named after David Florentine, a Zionist leader from Greece, and the founding father of the neighborhood, back in 1927. Metushelach Restaurant in Florentine Florentine has been attracting many young residents for the last decade. First they used to come there because it was simply cheaper than the center of the city, but nowadays Florentine is considered to be a center for young artists and musicians, who create a village-like atmosphere. At the same time, some of the old traditional spirit of Florentine remains and many small synagogues can be spotted, as a symbol for the mixture of old and new this neighborhood possess. Florentine is a lively quarter which offers selection of long-established small family restaurants.  Elimelech (43 Ha'aliya St.) has been known since 1936 for its traditional Jewish food, and other small restaurants are all around the place. Another culinary must in Florentine is the small bakeries scattered throughout the area, which serve delicious Borekas (filled pastries) and other traditional snacks. In the morning Florentine acts as a busy commercial center, but at sunset the worn out streets turn into a nightlife center. Some of the best nightclubs and bars of the city are located in Florentine. "Haoman 17" nightclub (88 Abarbanel St.) hosts some of the best dance Djs in the world every weekend. Other options include live rock bands at the "BarbY" (52 Kibbutz Galuyot St.), live Reggae acts at the "Slow Moshe" (4 Hamechoga St.) and many more. Finding bars in Florentine is quite an easy task. You can visit "Bugsy" (26 Florentine St.), which serves great breakfasts at daytime, "Lenny's" (7 Vital St.), which is the residents' favorite, or what seems to be the last "Rockers" bar in Tel Aviv, "Satchmo" (6 Vital St.) The closest hotels to Florentine are Dan Panorama and David Intercontinental, located next to the beach, just minutes away from this hip artistic nightlife center.

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