Jerusalem city guide

Jerusalem city guide
Jerusalem is more than a city. It stands as a symbol of both the best and the worst within humanity. A Holy City to both Islam and Judaism, it blurs the borders between reality and spirituality. Jerusalem will give you goose bumps even if you’re not religious. Every inch of these streets bears significance, but the Dome of the Rock Mosque is truly special. It’s one of the most important sites for Abrahamic faith. The Foundation Stone is where it got its name. According to scripture, the stone is part of the first creation. For the Jews, this is the place on earth closest to God. For the Muslims, this is also where Mohammed ascended to heaven. This is where King Solomon’s Palace once stood, which was later rebuilt as the Second Temple. Fast forward a couple of centuries, wars and exil...
Jerusalem city guide

Tel Aviv city guide

Tel Aviv city guide
Tel Aviv is one of the cities that don’t make you feel homesick; on the contrary it makes you feel as if you found something you’ve been missing for a long time. Tel Aviv is brimming with life, people spend their free time socializing, relaxing, eating in some of the best restaurants in the world and taking in the unique atmosphere. You could call it the “New Babel”; you can communicate in almost every language known to man in this ancient city. Ancient as in there are records about Jaffa from 18th century BC. The city has a legendary nightlife scene that attracts partygoers from all over the globe. In my law firm we had an IT guy who was working as part-time DJ. In weekends he was spinning records in the best night clubs of Tel Aviv. For sure he made more money and had more fun th...
Tel Aviv city guide
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