Shabbat on Tel Aviv Beach

At Tel Dan in the North

The Border with Syria

In a Wadi (river bed)

Camel Riders in the Negev

Our bus

Wine tasting in the Golan

Chocolate Bakers in the Golan

A wonderful Friday in Jaffa and the heart of old Tel Aviv.

The view from our Tel Aviv Hotel

Carolyn Bronstein brought the shekel note her mother gave to her to bring to Israel after decades away. A 1980-era shekel!

We had a wonderful Yemenite Dinner tonight in classic old Tel Aviv and many of us walked back to the hotel. Tomorrow bright and early for our first full day!

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