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Masada is an ancient stone fortress, perched high above the western shore of the Dead Sea in the barren Judean desert. It’s are made up of chalk, dolomite and marl strata thousands of feet above the Dead Sea. To get to the top of Masada, you can hike up the steep trail or take a […]

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There isn’t a better souvenir than a picturesque shot and Jerusalem was filled with them! Here are a few spots not to miss while visiting the Holy City. The Western Wall It only seems fitting to start with the Western Wall, which is Judaism’s holiest site. However, depending on your visit (we were there during […]

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Nothing beats a fantastic view from an airplane window seat: Do you have a favorite photo from a window seat? We love to connect with others, so feel free to leave us a comment below and share your experiences! Save Save Save Save Save

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The Sea of Galilee, also referred to as Kinneret in Hebrew, is Israel’s largest freshwater lake. Because of a pleasant climate, fertile soil, and relatively abundant water, the rivers flowing into the lake and the adjacent plains the Galilee has been one of the major regions of ancient Palestine. Archaeological evidence has revealed prehistoric tools […]

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