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11 Days in Austria – Vienna, The Capital Of Austria (part 2)

In the first two days of Vienna trip, we visited St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Schönbrunn Palace, National Library and other attractions. Today we are going to visit additional Vienna…

11 Days in Austria – Vienna, The Capital Of Austria (part 1)

In the morning we left Graz and drove to Vienna airport. After a week with the car, we returned it (since it is more a hustle than a benefit…

Visiting Eggenberg Palace in Graz, the capital city of Styria

11 Days in Austria – Graz, The Capital City Of Styria

In the morning we visited Austrian Open Air Museum Stübing and then we headed to Graz. We have a day and a half to explore Graz. Let’s start! Map of…

11 Days in Austria – Salzburg

From Melk, we drove for several hours till we arrived in Salzburg. We reached Salzburg in the afternoon and our plan included a city walk for the rest…

11 Days in Austria – Melk Abbey and Old City

From Carnuntum Archaeological Park we drove to Melk. Melk is a small city in Lower Austria and it’s best known as the site of a massive baroque Benedictine monastery named…

Rothschild Allenby Market in Tel Aviv, Israel

Tel Aviv walks #9 – Rothschild Allenby Market

Food markets became a real trend in Tel-Aviv and Rothschild Allenby Market is the most recent one (till this date, opened at the end of 2016). The previous markets…

Hanukkah Tour in Jerusalem

About two weeks ago my daughter told me that as part of Hanukkah learning (in kindergarten), they also mentioned Jerusalem. They were told that Jerusalem is very beautiful…

Selichot Tour in Jerusalem

What are Selichot Tours? Selichot are Jewish poems and prayers of repentance, recited during the period prior to the High Holidays, in preparation for The Days of Awe from…

HaTikva Market in Tel Aviv

HaTikva Market In Tel Aviv

We’ve already visited other markets in Tel Aviv, for example, Carmel Market or Levinsky Market, but we didn’t visit HaTikva Market for a while. And today we’re going to fix this. HaTikva…

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