Israel, Jordan + the West Bank
Collected by Shannon Kircher
A guide for our upcoming trip, exploring Israel, Palestine and Jordan this fall!
Neharde'a St, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
Next time you travel to Israel and interested in an exceptional and different dining experience, I highly recommend to check the new website of EatWith, to book a dinner with locals. EatWith is a global community (started in Israel) that invites...
Shopping in the food markets of other countries is always interesting to us. Across the street from the Mahane Yehuda Market, aka the Shuk, is a small shop called The World Spices. We found several spices that were new to us, including a Moroccan...
Old City, Jerusalem
The Old City is an intimidating maze comprised of of four quarters: the Muslim, Christian, Armenian and Jewish Quarters. I wander aimlessly, in awe. I don’t believe there’s another place on earth so dense with this much historical, archeological...
Mount of Olives Road 53, ירושלים
In and around Jerusalem graffiti was fairly non-exisitent, which I can only imagine was a commitment to keeping this holy city pristine and clean. So to see this declaration painted on a pillar just outside of the Church at the Mount of Olives was...
Manger Street، Bethlehem
There is magic in Bethlehem. Manger Square and Old City (which has a lively market) is its center. There, you will find the Church of the Nativity and St. Catherine’s Church—which you can get to from the Nativity. The Mosque of Omar is across from...
Basman, Amman, Jordan
I was consulting in Amman for about 3 weeks. I had not been to Jordan for more than 7 years, and it was changed, yet the same. 80% of the population lives in Amman. I visited with a small group to learn about the spices and other items, such as...
Zikhron Ya'akov, Israel
If you are a wine lover or curious about wine, and want to enjoy some of the breath taking views of the Golan Heights and the Galilee (the Israeli Tuscany) and learn about the history of the place, book a well detailed and professional wine tour...
700 Decatur St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA
One of the most famous areas in the French Quarter besides Bourbon Street is Jackson Square. It's grounds are bustling around the clock with tourists, photographers, artists, street performers, and locals. Anytime of the year is the perfect time...
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