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On the Trail of Rail

Lee Saunders  27/11/2018

Back in 1892, the first railway line in Israel was built between Jerusalem and Jaffa, with the long and winding...

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Top Hummus places in Israel

Lee Saunders  18/10/2018

More than half of the Israel landscape is desert. The rest may well be hummus. Made from chickpeas, this Levantine...

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Doing the Matzah Munch in Israel

Lee Saunders  29/03/2018

Passover and Easter are the only Jewish and Christian holidays that each year tend to move in sync, but these...

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A sip of Jerusalem

Dan Magazine  22/05/2017

A tour in the footsteps of Jerusalem’s traditional beverages has a lot to teach us about their connection with the...

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Bon Appétit

Dan Magazine  15/05/2017

Bon Appétit La Regence restaurant at the King David Hotel hosted French Chef, Frédéric Simonin, as part of the Israel-France...

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Worldwide Travel Bloggers Fall in Love with Jerusalem

Lee Saunders  18/04/2017

“There is a well-known phrase that Jerusalem makes all people friends,” pointed out Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat to a 400-strong...

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So French, So Israeli, So Good

Lee Saunders  23/03/2017

“In France, cooking is a serious art form and a national sport,” remarked the late American chef Julia Child. “You...

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A Taste of India

Dan Magazine  16/11/2016

indian cuisine week, initiated by the Dan Hotel chain, revealed the richness of Indian cuisine combining a variety of flavors,...

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