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Tel Aviv, Israel
A fantastic day out, with a chance to see and experience many of the biblical locations. Really amazing to see the places where the events took place, plus gain a better understanding of the common Judeo-Christian heritage. Having said that, the highlight was probably lunch: eaten outside on the banks of the Sea of Galiee, a great meal with a glass of wine for just 90 shekels but a priceless experience. A long day, but very satisfying and a trip I would probably repeat. Local tour company was Bein Harim and the guide was a real professional. Strongly recommended.
Tel Aviv, Israel
Seems almost impossible to get through so much history in one morning! A comprehensive introduction to old Jerusalem with all the must see sights, including the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the Wailing/Western Wall (where there is time to pray and place a wish). In the afternoon you get a couple of hours at the Dead Sea, which is plenty of time. Lunch was a traditional stuffed pitta bread with a drink of your choice for a reasonable 40 Shekels. There was a short compulsory stop at a gift shop, but zero pressure and there were things worth buying. The guide was extremely knowledgeable and humourous. Recommended.
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