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Мы рады представить вашему вниманию наш новый проект - Jewish Parents Trip.
Jewish Parents Trip - это 10-ти дневное путешествие по самым интересным, уникальным и запоминающимся местам Израиля, которые уже посетили участники нашей молодёжной программы. За 10 дней вам предстоит посетить золотой Иерусалим и новый Тель-Авив, Хайфу и Кацрин, Цфат и Тверию, Мёртвое и Красное Моря, а также тёплый Эйлат. Профессиональные экскурсоводы с удовольствием ответят на все ваши вопросы и покажут самые изумительные места.
Проживание в 4-х звёздочных гостиницах
Дата поездки: October 28-November 8, 2012
Стоимость поездки: $1500 + авиа билет.
За более подробной информацией и для регистрации обращайтесь к Михаэлю Бялику
917.517.3234 or email: email@example.com
Do you want to share your extraordinary Israeli experience with you parents?
We are happy to invite your parents and their friends to spend 10 magnificent days and nights in Israel and offer them a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to follow in your steps! In 10 days and nights your parents and their friends will discover and rediscover everything that you’ve seen with your own eyes - beauty and uniqueness of the magnificent land that we all so dearly love – Israel.
Trip dates: October 28-November 8, 2012
To register for the program or to inquire about specific details, please contact please call Michael
917.517.3234 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please be aware that this trip is on a first come first serve basis – once we receive your first deposit, you will be assigned a number which you will carry with pride up until your scheduled departure for the trip. Please make sure that you either bring the deposit to the office yourself, or send it to our CORRECT ADDRESS, as follows:
ATTN: Michael Byalik
2915 Ocean Parkway
Brooklyn, NY, 11235
Program of Parents trip for Fall 2012, October 28-November 8
Program cost $1500 + avia ticket
FIRST DAY (MONDAY)
Arrival in Israel.
Check-in in the hotel.
Overnight: Tel Aviv
SECOND DAY (TUESDAY)
Tel Aviv - The commercial and entertainment capital of Israel, Tel Aviv, originally names "Achuzat Bayit" was the first Hebrew city to be established and lies on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea.
Tour in Tel Aviv
Latrun - Latrun, a key road junction on the way to Jerusalem and the site of many battles in Israel wars, now hosts Israel’s tank museum.
Jaffa (Yaffo) - A city on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, south of Tel Aviv. The city of Yaffo dates back to Canaanite times and served as an ancient port during the reign of King Solomon, and later during the Hellenistic and Roman eras. Today Yaffo is an artists' colony and entertainment center with many buildings and historical sites from the Canaanite and Medieval periods.
Overnight: Tel Aviv
THIRD DAY (WEDNESDAY)
Caesarea: is located on the Mediterranean coast, about midway between Haifa and Tel Aviv. Archeological excavations during the 1950s and 1960s uncovered remains from many periods, in particular, a complex of fortifications of the Crusader city and the Roman Theater.
During the past 20 years, major excavations conducted by numerous expeditions from Israel and abroad have exposed impressive reminders of the forgotten grandeur of both the Roman and the Crusader cities.
If someone asks you to name a beautiful cosmopolitan city on a hill with a spectacular view of the water, you'll probably say San Francisco. After you've been to Israel, however, your answer may change. One of the many jewels of Israel is the city of Haifa, a clean and green city that stretches from the shores of the Mediterranean up the slope of Mt. Carmel and is topped off by the high-rise University of Haifa. This is the site of Israel's major port, the place where both people and goods enter the country.
Drive to Tyberias
FORTH DAY (THURSDAY)
Tzfat (Safed) - The city of Jewish mysticism, Kaballah, was home to many illustrious Jewish sages and mystics during the 16th century, including Rabbi Yosef Caro and Rabbi Yitzchak Luria. Walking through the alleys of Tzfat, let yourself absorb its unique atmosphere, sense the spirituality of the town, its kabbalists, its beauty and art and unique people.
Le'Chaim! – visit the Golan Wineries and taste some of the award winning local vintage
Mount Ben Tal Observation pt. – Site of a former Israeli bunker, Mount Ben Tal is an observation point over looking the Golan Heights and Israel's Northern borders
Drive to Jerusalem
FIFTH DAY (FRIDAY)
The Jewish Quarter - The past and present Jewish presence in the Old City of Jerusalem comes to life in the ancient Cardo, the unique synagogues, the narrow alleys and the modern living quarters, court yards and schools of the Old City.
Preparation for Shabbat.
Traditional Kabbalat Shabbat
Walking tour of the Old City of Jerusalem. Entering through the Zion Gate, Explore the rebuilt Jewish Quarter with its ancient Roman commercial street (the Cardo) and winding alleyways. Enjoy a spiritual visit to the Western Wall, the Kotel
Festive Shabbat dinner.
Saturday night after Shabbat “Hasmoneys” tunnels
SEVENTH DAY ( SUNDAY)
Yad Vashem - Located on Har Hazikaron (the Mountain of Remembrance) in Jerusalem, Yad Vashem is dedicated to documenting the history of the Jewish people during the Holocaust period, preserving the memory and story of each of the six million victims, and imparting the legacy of the Holocaust for generations to come through its archives, library, school, museums and recognition of the Righteous Among the Nations.
Haas Promenade (Hatayelet) – The promenade offers a breathtaking overlook of Jerusalem from the South, supposedly the spot from which Abraham first saw Mount Moriah, the Temple Mount.
EIGHTH DAY (MONDAY)
Masada – Remains of a large 2nd Temple fortress situated in the Judean Desert, 17km. south of Ein Gedi. Seized by the rebels during the revolt against Rome, it became the last Zealot stronghold after the fall of
Jerusalem. The siege at Masada lasted three years.
Dead Sea - See if you can float in the Sea of Salt, the lowest place on earth! The mineral-rich Dead Sea is located in the South of the Jordan Valley, the lowest spot on earth (398m below sea level
Drive to Eilat
NINTH DAY (TUESDAY)
Free day in Eilat
TENTH DAY (WEDNESDAY)
Excursion park Timna,
On road visiting to Kibbutz Sde Boker.
Drive to airport ” Ben-Gurion”
To register for the trip please click here
For information please call Michael 917.517.3234
Or email: email@example.com