Israel Postcard

IsraelPostcardWe loved our week in Israel.  We have plenty more for you to take a look at, so click away!

Mt. Carmel Caves

Is it Safe to Travel to Israel? 

Checking Out the Roman City of Caesarea 

The Best Hummus in Israel

Driving Israel

Shrine of the Book, Jerusalem

UNESCO World Heritage Site – Old City of Jerusalem

Damascus Gate, Jerusalem

Our Favorite Hotels and Restaurants in 2013


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    1. Emily, I agree. It is fascinating, and the sights and food…but what I love most is talking to the people. In Israel, I had many people talk and answer a lot of questions. I love that.

    1. Michele, I thought it was cool…obviously…but no idea of the origin. It was the only one I saw like that. I took the photo at Caesarea (Roman ruins). You would love Israel if you went.

    1. Maria, Yes, We’ve been to Petra. Many people do combine the trips, but I think that both countries have a lot to offer so we did them separately. Jordan was gorgeous with really friendly people as well!

  1. What a beautiful photo, Corinne! It looks like a postcard. I’ve never been to Israel but my brother went recently and had such a great time. It’s now on my never ending list of travel places. Thanks for the inspiration!

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