we took one of the most iconic bridges I have ever driven across from downtown San Diego to Coronado Island which is raised high above San Diego Bay. The view from the bridge delivers views of Point Loma, The San Diego skyline, and the Navy shipyards. Our destination was the Hotel del Coronado , built in
We found a Groupon for Legacy Whale Watch and went on the boat ride of a lifetime. The boat ride is about 3 hours on the Pacific Ocean. It begins in the beautiful San Diego Harbor. There is plenty of parking, but make sure you park in the designated area. Redeem your ticket(s) at the
Discovered accidentally in 1968 during a scheduled work blast of the Hartuv quarry. When the debris cleared, it revealed a magical cave like no other in the State of Israel. After walking down 154 stairs down the side of a beautiful mountainside, you reach the gift shop where you will be given an entrance time.
There are a few things that my kids are constantly asking for while growing up in Israel. SNOW, SNOW, and SNOW. Unfortunately, it does know in certain areas once every couple of years and a few months out of the year in the north of Israel. So, what is a father supposed to do? The
Ever since I saw some of the first pictures from Rabbi Slifkin’s Biblical Museum of Natural History, the museum made it to the top of my to do list. My kids have actually gone a few times already, including on a school trip. The museum is centrally located in Bet Shemesh, 10 minutes off of
The first of many videos showcasing beautiful northern Israel. The Banias Waterfall is a part of the Banias Nature Reserve and one of 2 attractions at the foot of Mount Hermon. The Banias Waterfall is the largest waterfall in Israel. The water is fed from the Hermon Stream at the top of Mount Hermon and
The Temple Mount Sifting Project began in 1999 when the Northern Branch of the Islamic Movement conducted illegal renovations on the Temple Mount and disposed of over 9,000 tons of dirt mixed with invaluable archaeological artifacts. Though Israeli antiquities law requires a salvage excavation before construction at archaeological sites, this illegal bulldozing destroyed innumerable artifacts:
The Pool of Arches in Ramla, Israel is one of my favorite hidden experiences in the central part of Israel. The Pool of Arches has survived for 1,200 years since its construction, and also the enormous damage caused by heavy earthquakes which destroyed large parts of the town of Ramla. The pool was built
Learning to surf in Tel Aviv, Israel at iSUp.co.il. Living out a lifelong dream and sharing what I learned!
Givat HaTitora has been used continuously for 6000 years. Starting from the Chalcolithic period, and continued in the Bronze, Iron, Persian, Hellenistic (including the Hasmonean), Roman, Byzantine, Early Islamic, Crusader, Ayyubid, Mamluk and Ottoman periods.