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Cell Phone in Israel FAQ

Posted by Iris Hami on June 13, 2014

 

Do I need to get a cell phone for my trip to Israel? 

 So you’re going to Israel and getting conflicting information about using a cell phone in Israel.

Some have told you that your cell phone will work in Israel, others claim that they won't work. Your cell phone provider may have assured you that you cell phone will most definitely work abroad, even in Israel. Some friends may have used their own phones and returned to outrageous charges or horror stories of being disconnected. Others may have rented phones or SIM cards, and found it confusing (it's not, I promise).

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Topics: Facts about Israel, FAQ, group travel, Health & Safety, Israel Travel, Jewish Heritage, guest posting & travel experience

11 Steps to Traveling with Allergies

Posted by Iris Hami on May 31, 2014

11 Tips to Consider When Traveling with Allergies

 

When you’re traveling, you can’t escape certain things.  Changes in time zones, a bit of jet lag, and for many travelers, exotic foods. Food can be such an important part of the traveling experience that individuals are eager to try native foods in the country where they are traveling. This means that for individuals who have food allergies, it’s important that they take care and find ways to deal with food allergies.  Here are a few tips:

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Topics: Fun stuff, Health & Safety, World Travel, Facts about Israel, FAQ

Traveling Tips for Seniors

Posted by Iris Hami on March 20, 2014

Traveling Tips for Seniors

 

 Seniors touring at a leisurely pace
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Topics: group travel, Health & Safety, Senior Travel, FAQ

Travel Insurance

Posted by Gil Travel on October 23, 2013

3 Dumb Reasons NOT to Buy Travel Insurance

 

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Topics: group travel, Health & Safety, World Travel

Israeli Cuisine, a Delicious Work in Progress!

Posted by Iris Hami on September 13, 2013

CULINARY IN ISRAEL
Jewish culinary traditions often date back to Biblical times. Yet while Jews as a people have endured for over 3000 years, the modern state of Israel is relatively young.
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Topics: Christian Travel, Culture and Heritage, Enlightenment, Facts about Israel, Fun stuff, group travel, Health & Safety, Israel Travel

Meet the "Google Analytics of Beer" one of Tel Aviv's most unusual high-tech startups

Posted by Iris Hami on September 12, 2013

THE JEWISH WORLD

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Topics: Culture and Heritage, Enlightenment, Facts about Israel, Fun stuff, Health & Safety

A Tel Aviv "Bread Story"

Posted by Iris Hami on September 6, 2013

CULINARY IN ISRAEL
Once upon a time, there was a baker and a chef. They wanted to open a Tel Aviv Cafe, but would it be a restaurant or a bakery? The chef wanted to make comfort food like hamburgers, eggs Benedict and Italian sandwiches. The baker wanted to bake breads and fluffy Brioche. Stirring in a few entrepreneurs from Israel's start-up food community allowed the baker and chef to set up a new concept cafe called "Bread Story" on a busy corner near Dizengoff Square. A very tasty beginning, middle and end.

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Topics: Christian Travel, Culture and Heritage, Enlightenment, Facts about Israel, Fun stuff, group travel, Health & Safety, Israel Travel

Heart Health at the Tip of Your Finger

Posted by Iris Hami on September 4, 2013

HIGH TECH/SCIENTIFIC ISRAELIsrael's Itamar Medical has developed fingertip tests that can pinpoint people at risk of major cardiac events or diagnose sleep disorders. The device has received a seal of approval from the Mayo Clinic.

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Topics: Culture and Heritage, Enlightenment, Facts about Israel, Health & Safety

In Season: Summer recipes from the Market at the Port of Tel Aviv

Posted by Iris Hami on August 30, 2013

CULINARY IN ISRAEL ... In Season: Summer at the Market in Tel Aviv. Stock up on fresh produce at the farmer's market at the Tel Aviv port and catch a glorious sunset!
Only a couple of weeks before the High Holy Days and after the summer vacation, the days are getting shorter and the sunsets more and more beautiful. It's just the right time to go to the market ... But, not just any market. The Farmer's Market at the Tel Aviv Port is the perfect place for stocking up on the ultimate ingredients available in Israel and enjoying a spectacular sunset!

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Topics: Christian Travel, Culture and Heritage, Enlightenment, Facts about Israel, Fun stuff, group travel, Health & Safety, Israel Travel

Question: What Israeli "staple" food is the third most popular dish in France?

Posted by Iris Hami on August 23, 2013

CULINARY IN ISRAEL ... COUSCOUS!

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Topics: Christian Travel, Culture and Heritage, Enlightenment, Facts about Israel, Fun stuff, group travel, Health & Safety, Israel Travel, World Travel