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Jerusalem Full Day Tour from Tel Aviv
"After Tel-Aviv hotel pick ups our small group tour departs to Jerusalem the holiest city in the world. The first stop is Mount of Olives where you will enjoy a panoramic view of the city.We then proceed to Mount Zion home to the room of the Last Supper which commemorates Jesus last supper with his disciples; the Dormition Abbey a marvelous church marking the site where Virgin Mary is said to have died and arrive to visit King David's tomb.We enter the Old City to discover it's different quarters. We walk through the Armenian and Jewish quarters
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Jerusalem Full Day Tour
"You start your day tour with a visit to Mount of Olives for a panoramic view of the Old City . You will continue to Mount Zion to visit the Room of Last Supper the Church of the Dormition and King David’s Tomb before moving on to the Old City itself. Then enjoy the surrounding sights of the Old City as the tour makes its way through the Armenian and Jewish quarters of the city – including the recently excavated Roman road (Cardo) – before visiting the world-re you'll pass along the Via Dolorosa (the “Way of Sorrows”) and take the time to visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Then proceed to the New City to visit Yad Vashem Israel’s memorial to the Holocaust."
From $71.00
 
Jerusalem Jewish Heritage Private Tour From Tel Aviv
"We’ll start our tour at the Western Wall – “Kotel” as it is called in Hebrew. Visitors who stand at the Western Wall most often have a sense of not only the rushing presence of the “now-and here” but also of all those who for centuries streamed to this the most sacred place to the Jewish people. Two thousand years ago it was a part of the most magnificent building Jerusalem had ever seen – The Temple. We’ll further proceed to the Jewish Quarter where plenty of religious and historical sites of worldwide importance are actually “squeezed” together. We’ll walk through The Cardo which had been Jerusalem's main street 1500 years ago and is now one of the most interesting sites in the Jewish Quarter. And we’ll visit “Hurva” (“Destructed”) Synagogue which was the largest building in the Jewish Quarter prior to its destruction during Israel's War of Independence. For decades only a lone arch remained as symbol of the Quarter’s destruction.We’ll descend the Herodian Quarter
From $506.00

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Jonathan Dining Room

Most Christian Pilgrims going on a multi day religous tour of Jerusalem tene to have breakfast and dinner buffets at the hotels they stay and then lunch at the areas they tour and we were no...
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Panoramic Golden City

"Panoramic Golden City". previously called Papa Andreas Restaurant, is located in the Christian Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem, in the center square of the Muristan section. We climbed the...
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Tmol Shilshom

Dairy restaurant that has survived the fads of trendy restaurants.Established in 1994, Tmol Shilshom is named after the novel by S.Y.Agnon and translates into Those Were the Days. It's one of the...
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Lavan

Part of the cinematheque complex and one of the best cafe/restaurants in town. Great views, especially from the outdoor terrace (covered during the winter). Halfway between a cafe and a restaurant,...
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El Gaucho

This is an argentinian restaurant in the city centre. We could go without reservation but bvery early(7pm) so, if you have the chance to rserve a table, that would be a good idea.Asado was very good...
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Hamisphacha

We entered this restaurant because on the menu shown outside, there was written also cuscus and I cannot say why, we were in the mood of cus cus.The first day they said cus cus was finished, so we...
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Disappointed we didnt get to eat at local places but as it was the sabbat we struggled so we ate at:-Mikes place - an expat place that does mexican and burgers - we had nachos and a pitcher of beer...
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Ohliem ba Shuk (Eating in the Shuk)

Nothing fancy here, just a bare table top with some mismatched chairs. The ENTIRE place has 6 tables crammed into a place barely large enough for 4, so if you want elbow room, find someplace else.But...
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Focaccetta

We had dinner in Focaccetta on a Friday evening: It is one of a few restaurants in central Jerusalem which is open on the Sabbath. The menu was quite varied, with diferent kinds of meat, fish and...
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Adom

Michael Katz's (see Lavan tip) first place, Adom is to be found behind 31 Jaffa Rd in the old Feingold Cinema courtyard along with a number of other trendy/good eating places.A dining courtyard and...
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Mehane Yuda

Spread over two levels with the balcony overlooking the main dining area, eclectic in style and eclectic in its menu, Mehane Yehuda is currently one of the places to be seen.Close to the main market...
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Sima

Grilled meat bars abound throughout the Middle East. One of the best in Jerusalem is Sima. Large, always busy (market very close by), straightforward formica top tables, marble floors. Salads precede...
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Paradiso

Appealing cafe-bistro - light, airy, friendly with outdoor dining on the terrace (protected from the worst of the noise from the road by plenty of thick foliage).What it lacks in atmosphere it makes...
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Finks

A wonderful, tiny, atmospheric Jerusalem institution that has been here for 70 years. You have Harry's Bar in Venice, The Foreign Correspondent's Club in Phnom Penh and you have Finks. 6 tables in an...
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Top Things to Do in Jerusalem

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Wailing Wall - Western Wall

Western Wall is one of the must see attractions in the Old City and by far the holiest spot for Judaism outside Mount Temple. Located in Jewish Quarter it’s part of the retaining wall that surrounded...
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The Church of the Holy Sepulchre

Daily the church opens at 4:00 in the morning and it closes between 7.00 pm, and at 9.00 pm between April and September. According to Eusebius of Caesarea, the Roman emperor Hadrian in the 2nd...
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Garden of Gethsemane

At the back side of church of All Nations is the garden of Gethsemane (oil press in Aramaic). Early Christian pilgrims were coming to the Garden of Gethsemane and still do. As expected there are many...
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Mount of Olives

The mountain ridge east of the Old City is the Mount of Olives, named after the olive groves that used to cover its slopes in the past. The highest point is at-Tur (818m). I was surprised there are no...
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The Old City Gates

Part of the Jewish Quarter below the Al Aqsa Mosque and the Western Wall and extending near the Dung Gate was formerly the Morrocan Quarter (which existed from after the time Saladin defeated the...
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Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial

The Dead Sea Scrolls, containing the oldest copies of the Hebrew Bible ever found and scrolls describing the life, times and beliefs of the Dead Sea Sect, are arguably the greatest archaeological find...
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