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    • HELP IN SELECTION WALKING TOURS

      Jerusalem Jan 4, 2017 at 11:55 PM

      We plan to spend 6 days in Jerusalem. On two days we plan to take day tours: one to Masada, Ein Gadi and the Dead Sea; the second to Jerico, Bethlehem and Ramala. The balance of four days we intend spending as under:-
      Day 1. Sandeman’s free walking Tour.
      Day 2, 3 and 4 use the Jerusalem old city audio guide and walk around Jerusalem. Our aim is to experience the rich history of the city. However the challenge is to select such tours which optimize the experience and we get to see the maximum. In view of the time available (3 full days), we could easily take 4 or 5 such tours. Need guidance on which ones to select out of the following:-
      1. Via Dolorosa Tour (5 h 17 mins)
      2. In the footsteps of Christian Sects (5 hours 19 mins)
      3. The Temple Mount Compound (5 hours 19 mins)
      4. From Mount Zion to Jaffa Gate (3hours 10 mins)
      5. The Jewish Quarter (3 hours 12 mins)
      6. Marketplaces in the Old City (3 hours 13 mins)
      7. Ramparts Walk, Northern Section (3 hours 13 mins)
      8. Mount of Olives Tour of Churches (3 hours 12 mins)
      9. Ramparts Walk, Southern Section (3hours 13 mins)
      10. Jerusalem in the First and Second Temple Period (5hours 21 mins)
      11. Tower of David Museum of the History of Jerusalem (2 hours 35 mins).
      12. The King’s Valley (3 hours 11 mins)
      13. The Herodian Quarter (1 hour 12 mins)
      Thanks

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      rent a room

      by AnaS199 Online Now Mar 18, 2013 at 11:54 AM

      i will be studying in the wheizmann institute for 3 months, I tried to stay in the institute but unffortunetly there aren't any avaiable rooms. I'll arrive in may. How can I find a room to rent under US$ 600

      3 Answers Aug 15, 2013 at 1:12 AM
    • Apartment

      by papito1981 Online Now Oct 5, 2011 at 1:50 AM

      Hi,

      does anybody knows where to look for apartments close to the Weizmann Institute?
      I should go there from 11 to 25 october?

      thks,
      Marco

      2 Answers Oct 5, 2011 at 8:59 PM
    • Looking for an apartment

      by Thibout Online Now Sep 13, 2009 at 6:38 AM

      Hi
      I'm looking for renting an apartment all november or between the 14th october and the 14th november not too far of Tel Aviv (Netanya is ok).
      We are 4 adults.
      My budget is 1200$ the month.
      I studie all proposals.
      BR
      Déborah

    • Furnished apartment rental

      by leahl Online Now Apr 25, 2007 at 9:17 AM

      My husband and I are coming to Rehovot for one year starting September, 2007. We are looking for a furnished apartment of at least 1 bedroom or more. Location: Central Rehovot, preferably close to Weizmann Institute.

    • rehovot apartment rentals

      by Avivalex Online Now Nov 21, 2006 at 3:07 PM

      I am looking to rent a 3 bedroom furnished apartment with a/c for 6 weeks this coming summer (2007). I'd prefer to be near or off of Rechov Herzl for the convenience. How do I find out about rentals?

      Thanks

      1 Answer Nov 22, 2006 at 11:04 AM
    • accomodation

      by rivka.33 Online Now Apr 4, 2006 at 5:11 AM

      I have just recently moved to Rehovot. I am looking to rent an apartment here and have just viewed a nice place in Savyonei Amit. I have no car and wonder if it is safe to walk from here to the Weizmann Institute along the busy road?
      Cheers
      Rivka

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      Restaurant open Friday evening

      by NatalieB1950 Online Now Jul 17, 2005 at 11:51 PM

      Hi,
      Any recommendations for dairy/Italian restaurant in Rehovot which is open on Friday evenings?
      Thanks!

      1 Answer Jul 18, 2005 at 1:12 AM
    • Accomodation

      by wombatz Online Now Jun 30, 2003 at 6:46 AM

      Hello Forum ! Being a first time visitor to Rehovot I was wondering what type of accomodation is available in or arround Rehovot, i.e.: Hotel, Kibbuz, Motel, Private etc., can any one help ? thanx

      6 Answers May 4, 2005 at 1:21 AM