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Some of my Happy Tourists
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ESRA Tour to Jaffa. View of Tel Aviv
Australian visitors in Jersalem
Outside of the Hurva Synagogue - Jewish Quarter, Jerusalem
Having a vegetarian meal at the Old Man and the Sea at Jaffa Port
Finding a quick bite to eat in the Old City's Jewish Quarter is no problem at all.
The Gardens of Ramat Hanadiv surround the burial place of one of the most important supporters of settlement in the Land of Israel - Baron Edmond de Rothschild
The Via Dolorosa, or the Way of Pain, is the traditional path of Jesus from his conviction to his burial.
The grottos on the border with Lebanon are really cool.
Machneh Yehuda "Shuk", the main food and restaurant market in Jerusalem
This mother and daughter team from the US got as close to the Lebanese border on the Mediterranean as any Israeli can get
A day of archaeology - here at Tel Gezer on the Coastal Plain
Touring the Old City of Jerusalem with this wonderful couple from Florida USA
Here on a cruise, we spent the day visiting the Jewish and Christian sites in Jerusalem
Hiking up Ein Gedi to the David Waterfall
At the connection between the Old City and the New City - regardless where you are - I love guiding in Jerusalem
The tel (archaeological mound) overlooks the the Tel Aviv shoreline
The Menorah is displayed in the center of the Jewish Quarter, outside the Hurva Synagogue
Tel Yaffo is the archaeological hill which overlooks the beautiful Tel Aviv shore line.
One of my amazed tourists at the Beit Guvrin National Park
Visitors from Hong Hong
Ein Gedi is an oasis in the Judean Desert. There you can take a hike to see the springs and waterfalls and if you're lucky an ibex or two
Pater Nostra Church on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem is said to be the site where Jesus taught the "Lord's Prayer"
Posing in front of the Mural in the Jewish Quarter Roman Cardo.
These tourists from Germany had been in Jerusalem previously but never make it to Temple Mount.
At Sea Level in the Judean Desert on the way to Masada and the Dead Sea
My tourists from Sweden wanted some warm weather to celebrate their anniversary - so I arranged some on a trip to Jerusalem!
Visiting from London, seeing the Jewish sites in the Old City of Jerusalem. Standing in front of the Golden Menorah in the Rova Courtyard, outside the Hurva Synagogue.
At the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem
The last morning of a great three day tour
We spent two days together exploring Jerusalem
The Byzantine Cardo in Jerusalem's Jewish Quarter
Photo taken outside Damascus Gate, Jerusalem
This group of American business people visited Qumran where the Dead Sea Scrolls were written over 2000 years ago
Wandering around the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem's Old City
Great wine tasting and lunch at Adir Winery in the Galilee
American family, in Israel for a family wedding, at the Western Wall in Jerusalem
Dome of the Rock on Temple Mount in Jerusalem
Having a drink in the Haifa German Colony after a long day of touring the coast
Visting the Greek Orthodox Church in Capernaum
On the way to the Garden Tomb outside the walls of the Old City, we stopped for a photo op in front of the beautiful 16th century Damascus Gate
Between Tel Aviv and the Dead Sea (the lowest spot on earth) we stopped at the Sea Level Marker
Three generations came to Israel to celebrate their son's/grandson's Bar Mitzvah
Tourists at a wine and chocolate tasting session at Tishbi Wineries near Zichron Ya'akov
Tourists from Manchester, England with me at the Western Wall Plaza in Jerusalem's Old City
At the Tourist Center in Herodian National Park, south of Jerusalem - King Herod's fortress/palace
On the rooftop of the Holy Sepulcher
At the Western Wall
At the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City
A great family from Paris visiting the Western Wall
Two couples popped over to Israel from Athens for the weekend and I had the pleasure to show them Jerusalem
I had the pleasure to guide these two really nice families visiting from London around the Old City of Jerusalem
This couple from LA was here on business but took a short break to see Masada and have a dip in the Dead Sea
These two guys have visited Israel many time but were never in Tzvat or Beit She'an - so that's where we went.
Here we are at the ancient synagogue in Capernaum, also known as the Town of Jesus
These visitors came to Jerusalem for a medical conference - Then I showed them Israel for the following week
Here we are at the Garden Tomb, where many Protestants believe Jesus was buried
And they thought they've seen it all - the Itri Ruins, a 2000 year old Jewish village in the Judean Hills. One of my favorite, off gthe beaten path sites
Do you want to know what Israeli Chutzpah is? Then visit the Ayalon Institute/Bullet Factory where I took this family
On the way to a Dead Sea excursion - at Sea Level
Finishing up a tour outside the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Jerusalem
getting ready to swim at Neveh Midbar Beach at the Dead Sea
Getting ready for a wine tasting extravaganza
Best view of Jerusalem from the highest point in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City
Near David Ben Gurion's grave at Kibbutz Sde Boker in the Negev. The Views are awesome.
Jaffa Gate - the main entrance to the Old City from Western Jerusalem
Where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered
We discovered where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered!
Where the Last Supper took place.
The mural behind us tells the story of the city
Underground in Jerusalem
Sarona Market - Tel Aviv's upscale shopping and dinning place to be.
American grandparents and their Israeli family get together at the Ayalon Institute - the mandate period underground bullet factory.
They came from around the world and I showed them one of the holiest places on earth!
Starting our Tel Aviv Tour on Rothschild Blvd
Touring the sites at the Southern Wall in the Old City.
Smiling in the Roman Cardo, Old City Jerusalem
Viewing the amazing gardens at Ramat Hanadiv, final resting place of Baron Edmond de Rothschild.
The entrance gate to the city of Zichron Ya'akov, one of the earliest Jewish settlements founded in the 1800s
Outside the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Christian Quarter, Jerusalem
Standing in front of the caves where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found at Qumran
Del'Avi Tour - Wine & Site Tours. Here's the group we took to Adir Winery and the Bird Sancutary at Hula Valley
One couple came from LA and the other from London. Standing in front of Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulcher
Touring the Jewish Quarter in the Jerusalem's Old City.
Visiting the Church of the Beatitudes, where Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount
Checking out the excavations at Tzippori National Park
These guys took a day off from the gas rig in the Mediterranean, off of Haifa