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Best places for solo female travel

As much as we love travel, there’s no denying it can be tough. That goes double for solo travelers. And double that for solo female travelers. Going it alone can make a trip that much more enriching and empowering, encourage you to take risks and make new friends along the way, but choosing the right first adventure is crucial to ensure solo travel doesn’t leave a bitter taste in your mouth. For women, no matter how fearless, that probably means picking someplace safer than most, at least mod...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Singapore, Israel, Tel Aviv, Ireland, Santiago, Chile, New Zealand, Denmark, South America, Michelin, Dublin, Copenhagen, Kerry, Costa Rica


Supplements to take while traveling

Traveling is not the time to skip a quality supplement routine. Navigating crowded airports, eating unfamiliar food, and bouncing between time zones affect your ability to maintain homeostasis, the body’s innate desire to seek balance and health. I’ve had a private nutrition practice for 14 years, hold a masters degree in clinical nutrition and functional medicine, and have been awarded the credential of a Certified Nutrition Specialist practitioner. To keep myself healthy while abroad, I ne...
Tags: Travel, Tel Aviv, Supplements, Nutritional Supplements, All, Ashwagandha, Nutritionist, Travel Supplements


American Airlines Appears to Be Entering a Death Spiral at New York JFK

American today could have been a real player in New York. Instead the world's largest airline doesn't seem to know what to do - or if they should do anything at all - with the nation's most important air city. They don't serve New York JFK - Zurich. They don't serve Frankfurt. Or Munich. Or Amsterdam. Or Tel Aviv. Or.. Denver. And they keep cutting markets. Continue reading American Airlines Appears to Be Entering a Death Spiral at New York JFK...
Tags: Travel, New York, Advice, Tel Aviv, Frankfurt, Munich, Amsterdam, Denver, American Airlines, New York JFK, New York JFK Zurich


Virgin Atlantic to launch Tel Aviv flights

Tourism Minister says its 'revolution' is bearing fruit
Tags: Travel, Tel Aviv, Virgin Atlantic


A Visit to the Holy Land: Israel and Beyond

There are a lot of destinations that call themselves holy.  With that said, few places can claim that three of the world’s major faiths call the place sacred.  The land we speak of is Israel.  We recently returned from a two week visit and want to give you the ultimate guide to seeing the sacred sites.  This will be a two part post, with the first highlighting the religious sites of Israel, and the second will be about a side trip into Jordan.  Both are must dos, and compliment each other well....
Tags: Travel, Facebook, General, Wikipedia, Israel, US, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Armenia, Jesus, Toyota, Catholic, John, Homepage, Damascus, Christ


Word of Mouth: New and Noteworthy Tel Aviv Hotels

Some of the most spectacular accommodations in Israel's Mediterranean city From Bauhaus to Brutalist, Ottoman to Crusader, a selection of design-led hotels have been springing up in refurbished and architecturally preserved edifices across bustling Tel Aviv. In all, there’s acute attention to detail behind such developments in Israel. With what feels like a year-long summer, Tel Aviv has been an experimental spot for new hotels that …
Tags: Travel, Design, Hotels, Israel, Tel Aviv, Mediterranean, Tel Aviv Hotels, Word of Mouth, Brown Hotels


Hiking the Israel National Trail

If all those people hiking the Camino, the Pacific Crest Trail, and the West Highland Way have inspired you to pack a bag and take a long-distance walk, know that there is a lesser-known path in the Middle East that is just as rewarding and much less crowded. The Israel National Trail is a 683-mile hiking trail that crosses Israel between the southern and northern borders. It is the perfect endeavor for those who are looking for something challenging, not just physically but philosophically, ...
Tags: Travel, Israel, Angels, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Middle East, West Bank, Jesus, John, Jordan, Bethlehem, All, Herod, River Jordan, Galilee, Eilat


Top 10 Things to Do in Tel Aviv – Israel Travel

Tel Aviv is one of the most cosmopolitan, liberal and technologically-rich cities in the West, as well as occupying a beautiful location in the eastern Mediterranean. With sandy beaches and a kind sea. So on your next visit to Israel, with all that’s on offer, what are the 10 best attractions in Tel Aviv? Top 10 Things to Do in Tel Aviv #1 Let’s start with an obvious one, Tel Aviv’s 9 miles of beaches. Well maintained and sandy, Tel Aviv’s beaches are looked down upon by some of the best hote...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Israel, Tel Aviv, West, Middle East, Jaffa, Israel Travel, Shuk Hacarmel Carmel, Sarona Market Sarona Market, Tel Aviv Independence Hall, Rothschild St, Dan Panorama, Jaffa World, Hatahana New Station, Yarkon Park Crossing


10 Things to Do in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is one of the most cosmopolitan, liberal and technologically-rich cities in the West, as well as occupying a beautiful location in the eastern Mediterranean, with sandy beaches and a kind sea. So on your next visit, with all that’s on offer, what are the 10 best attractions in Tel Aviv? #1 Let’s start with an obvious one, Tel Aviv’s 9 miles of beaches. Well maintained and sandy, Tel Aviv’s beaches are looked down upon by some of the best hotels in Tel Aviv. It’s simple to rent beach ch...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Israel, Tel Aviv, West, Middle East, Mediterranean, Jaffa, Shuk Hacarmel Carmel, Sarona Market Sarona Market, Tel Aviv Independence Hall, Rothschild St, Dan Panorama, Jaffa World, Hatahana New Station, Yarkon Park Crossing


Israeli Stocks Extend Gains as Mideast Gauges Climb: Inside EM - Bloomberg

Israeli Stocks Extend Gains as Mideast Gauges Climb: Inside EM - Bloomberg:Shares in Tel Aviv gain for a fourth straight session, with the main gauge advancing as much as 1.7%, the most in the Middle East.Saudi Arabian stocks decline, after earlier adding 0.2%, as the main index trades in overbought territory for the longest period in over two years.Most markets in the Middle East advance after emerging-market equities rose for a fourth week as signs of easing trade tensions supported riskier as...
Tags: Travel, Tel Aviv, Bloomberg, Middle East, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Mideast Gauges Climb, Middle East Saudi Arabian


Where to travel by zodiac sign

Maybe you think astrology is stupid. Maybe you think it’s a bunch of hippie-dippy junk science people use to excuse bad behavior. “Well you should have known I was going to was going to cheat on you, Janet. I’m a Scorpio!” Ok, well put that aside for a second. Because if you buy into astrology — if only for the time it takes to read your horoscope — it can be pretty entertaining. And sometimes, surprisingly accurate. Besides, even if you’re not into astrology, there’s a good chance someone yo...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Instagram, Montana, Mexico, La, Israel, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Barcelona, Colombia, Thailand, Maine


Airlines We Lost 2018

As we wind toward the end of the year, it is time to take a look back on what we’ve lost in 2018. Dozens of airlines failed this year, and that’s not a surprise. Not all of them were beloved, but they should still be honored for giving it their best shot. Fortunately, we had no Etihad-related failures this year after last year’s banner effort. That’s right, Alitalia lives to see another year, and we can all be thankful for that. Airlines in Venezuela weren’t nearly as lucky, nor were some of...
Tags: Travel, Europe, New York, Sweden, Berlin, India, Africa, Israel, Global, US, Tel Aviv, Indianapolis, Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Prague, Alaska


How to travel abroad safely

A few years back , I was spending the afternoon in a small Caribbean town when I met a teenager who offered to take me down into a nearby canyon. Was it too risky? No, I thought: I was in good shape, the kid seemed innocent enough, and the canyon was actually pretty small. (I’m not even sure it was technically a canyon.) So I went. Everything was fine, although there was no real path and I struggled mightily on the way back, grabbing onto roots and rocks made slippery in a drizzle. I had been...
Tags: Travel, Safety, Australia, Tel Aviv, New York Times, Macedonia, Iceland, Caribbean, Travel Safety, Times Square, Cancun, Intercontinental Hotel, KABUL Afghanistan, Guadalajara Mexico, US State Department, Seth Kugel


Best places to travel in January

January is back to business. After nearly a month of half-empty offices and using the excuse that nothing gets done during the holidays anyway, January is the Monday of months, when we all dutifully head into the office with a resolution to be more productive. Well, most of us. Others see January as a time to escape winter and head somewhere warm. Or hit the mountains to ski. Or just generally not be in the office with all those other people who’ve resolved to be more productive. For those fo...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Travel Planning, Colorado, Mexico, Israel, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, America, Thailand, West, Canada, Chile, Sydney, Argentina, Patagonia


Best Jewish pastries for Hanukkah

Jewish cuisine is hard to pin down. Flip through a Jewish cookbook and you’ll see recipes from Europe, the Middle East, North America, and more owing to the Jewish diaspora. To the delight of dessert fans everywhere, each region has its own style and take on sweet treats. From flaky pastries enjoyed in Israel to cakey breads eaten across the Slavic countries, here are seven Jewish treats you need to know about. 1. Sufganiyot Photo: irisphoto1/Shutterstock These deep-fried jelly donuts are...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Russia, Israel, US, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Ukraine, Budapest, United States, Egypt, Poland, Hannukah, Jewish, Eastern Europe, All


Israel A Key Global Market For Hospitality Innovation

Israel hosted the highest number of tourists in October than ever before. Some 486,000 people, or nearly half a million visitors, came to the Holy Land - devoting 2.5 billion shekels to the Israeli economy. The record number comes at a good time. Tel Aviv will soon be hosting the "Israel Hotel Investment Summit," where hotel managers will come together and speak about tourism and the need to get more accommodations up and running in the country. In 2000, Israel had about 47,000 rooms for ...
Tags: Travel, Bali, Israel, Tel Aviv, Tourism Ministry, Israel Hotel Investment Summit, Navneet Bali, Meininger Hotels The Jerusalem Post


These Are the World’s Most Expensive Airbnb Cities

Sunbathing in Tel Aviv or hitting Dubai's fabulous malls will set you back a bit more lately. A combination of high hotel and apartment costs and strong tourism has Airbnb rates in some Middle Eastern cities among the world's priciest.
Tags: Travel, Tel Aviv, Dubai


Samaritans and Mikveh Israel day tour in Holon Israel

.Holon Third in a series of experiential off the beaten path tours to encounter and appreciate other important religious communities in Israel led by licenced tour guide Rina Yellin. The city of Holon is located south of Tel Aviv. See our blogs Da
Tags: Travel, Israel, Tel Aviv, Mikveh Israel, Rina Yellin


Travel News: October 29, 2018

New Stardust Supper Club To Debut on Crystal Serenity Travel Pulse Crystal Cruises has announced that Crystal Serenity will sport a new supper club experience when she emerges from dry dock on November 10. The “Stardust Supper Club” will take place in the ship’s Stardust Club. The popular venue has been enhanced with a new dance floor, lighting, bar finishes, and refreshed décor, as well as behind the scenes technical improvements   Southwest still awaiting Hawaii approval Travel Weekly Southwe...
Tags: Travel, New York, Tel Aviv, Hawaii, Iceland, Faa, Boeing, Southwest, News And Deals, Jaffa, Tom Nealon, JFK Delta, Crystal Serenity Travel Pulse Crystal Cruises, Travel Weekly Southwest Airlines, Extended Operations Service, Two New Luxury Hotels Make Tel Aviv


The Frankenbuildings of Tel Aviv

We are looking down from the top floor of a converted Bauhaus cinema now the cool boutique hotel where we are staying. Around Dizengoff Square with its drumshaped fountain are a number of fine Bauhaus buildings. Characteristic long horizontal lines fo
Tags: Travel, Tel Aviv, Dizengoff Square


With Chrome 70, hundreds of popular websites are about to break

A lot of secure sites are set to grind to a halt with security error messages in the next version of Google Chrome, after the browser will drop trust for a major HTTPS certificate provider following a series of security incidents. Chrome 70 is expected to be released on or around October 16, when the browser will start blocking sites that run older Symantec certificates issued before June 2016, including legacy branded Thawte, VeriSign, Equifax, GeoTrust and RapidSSL certificates. Yet desp...
Tags: Travel, Chrome, Google, Security, Wi-fi, Tel Aviv, Cryptography, Mozilla, Symantec, Https, Alexa, Equifax, Scott Helme, SolidWorks, Apple Google Microsoft, Let's Encrypt


Swiss Erases Israel From Its Moving Map In Order to “Remain Neutral”

Swiss is under fire after its flight from Zurich to Tel Aviv on Thursday, September 27 displayed the name of a Palestinian Arab village which was abandoned in 1948 prior to the Arab-Israeli war in place of Tel Aviv on the aircraft’s ‘moving map’ display. The destination Tel Aviv is listed, but where it would go on the map has been replaced by the name of a town that was abandoned 70 years ago. Continue reading Swiss Erases Israel From Its Moving Map In Order to “Remain Neutral”...
Tags: Travel, Advice, Israel, Tel Aviv, Zurich


Top 5 Countries with the Highest Number of US Expatriates

What we know as the American diaspora, or the population of American-born expatriates who now live outside of their home country, has burgeoned over the last decade. The reasons why more Americans are considering the expatriate life are varied in scope—they range from the economic to the cultural, and from the religious to the romantic. For some, life abroad is more adventurous, and ripe with promising employment opportunities that aren’t offered back home. Others are excited by the idea of en...
Tags: Travel, Mexico, India, Israel, US, Tel Aviv, Canada, Philippines, Travel Blog, European Union EU, South Asia India, Israel Israel, Live Abroad, Now Health International


How to Plan a Luxury Holiday to the Dead Sea

A trip to the Dead Sea is one of those trips that you have to try at least once in your lifetime. The place is not only magical but also extremely beautiful. You will also find the trip to be immensely rewarding, not just because of the activities you can sample while you are there but also because of the health benefits offered by the Dead Sea itself. The best way to enjoy the Dead Sea and nearby cities is in complete luxury. Whether you choose to stay in Tel Aviv or spend more time in Jerusal...
Tags: Travel, Israel, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Adventure Travel, Old City, Dead Sea, West Jerusalem, Tel Aviv the Dead Sea


Most Popular Food in Cities around the World

What are the most  famous foods from different countries around the world? In this collaborative guide, travel bloggers from all corners of the globe share their city’s most popular food.  There are so many different dishes and foods from around the world. And there are always certain  foods that each city is famous for. I recently posted about the most popular foods across the United States. Now here is a list of  famous foods from around the world . Bon appetit! London – Fish and Chips   Y...
Tags: Travel, Food, Hong Kong, Japan, London, Instagram, Wales, Indonesia, Mexico, France, Scotland, China, Berlin, Singapore, India, Tel Aviv


What ‘smart cities’ will mean for travel

Cities as unique as Singapore, San Francisco and Tel Aviv are all using advanced technologies to address complex, modern challenges of rapid population growth, traffic congestion and inadequate energy and resources.
Tags: Hotels, Tel Aviv, SINGAPORE SAN FRANCISCO


Chicago Family Wedding day 9 Home indirect Home

We had a brief wait in London Heathrow airport before boarding our final BA flight to Israel. We looked at each other shook our heads and said how much simpler everything could have been if we had originally flown El Al from Tel Aviv to Newark with codes
Tags: Travel, Israel, Tel Aviv, Chicago, Newark, London Heathrow


Cheap flights to Europe with WOW Air

WOW Air is widely known for offering cheap flights to Reykjavik, but that’s not all the Icelandic airline has to offer. Right now, WOW is offering discounted one-way flights from the US to a variety of destinations in Europe. Of course, there are plenty of flights to Iceland for as low as $99, but that’s only the beginning. You can fly one-way from New York to Berlin for $159, Barcelona and Milan for $129, or even Tel Aviv for just $199. The deals from the west part of the country are maybe e...
Tags: Travel, Europe, New York, Milan, Berlin, India, US, Tel Aviv, Los Angeles, Barcelona, Frankfurt, Dallas, Iceland, Reykjavik, Wow Air, All


Israel – The good, the frustrating, and the just plain quirky

After three weeks of touring Israel, my husband and I have fallen in love with this tiny country. Israel is awash in dazzling historical sites, fascinating architecture, and religious venues that can bring you to tears. It’s hard to imagine a country the size of New Jersey possessing so much – ski resorts, coral reefs, Mediterranean beaches, and of course, the ubiquitous desert. Despite all its attributes though, it possesses a quirkiness that can run the gamut from charming to exasperating. Pho...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Hong Kong, New York, Featured, Holidays, Israel, US, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, New Jersey, Middle East, Tours, Mediterranean, Bethlehem, Travel Stories


Best places for gay travel 2018

With Pride festivities in full swing all over the world, summer is the best time for gay travel. While we encourage you to travel anywhere you want to see as an LGBTQ+ traveler, we think the perfect destinations are cities where you will feel welcome, safe, and at home in a diverse and vibrant gay scene. From European beaches to Asian cities, here is a guide to the best gay-friendly vacation spots around the world for summer this year. 1. Valletta, Malta Photo: Krivinis/Shutterstock Malt...
Tags: Travel, South Korea, Europe, Rihanna, Lgbt, Berlin, Israel, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, United States, Middle East, Vacations, New Zealand, Croatia, Miami, Lgbtq



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