OU Israel Travel Chevron Trip Story by: Phil & Ruth Esther Fine Mark Twain wrote on his visit there in 1867, “Palestine, sits in sackcloth and ashes.” But little did he know what was to come. And although Chevron, Israel’s second-holiest city and home to roughly 700 Jews and 250,000 Arabs, isn’t as…Read More
OU Israel Travel visits the Fifth Quarter – Art Galleries and Workshop in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City where Artists create, present and sell hand-made Judaica. Packed into a short and concise afternoon tour of the Fifth quarter Gallery we met Tehilla, an artist who spoke from her heart to ours about her…Read More
OU Trip: Backstage Tour of Tel Aviv’s Opera House and Sarona Summary of a wonderful trip by Chana Leah Aiken One of the many pleasures of living in Israel is the endless variety of places to go and things to see. Yesterday, a large group of touring enthusiasts visited Israel’s Center for the Performing Arts…Read More
Miriam Esris The day was Lag B’Omer. The Israeli sunshine was too gorgeous to miss. A busload of people were on their way to Herzliya. All were anticipating the ride on yachts upon arriving. We were given an orientation so we knew what to expect. Finally the time arrived to board the yachts. This was…Read More
Wednesday, February 11, 2015, 9:15 AM – 5:30 PM See Tel Aviv as never before with with Abraham Silver tour guide and lecturer in architecture at The Hebrew University. Start the day with a walking tour of the Neve Tzedek and neighborhood and Rothschild Boulevard to understand the nature of this Jewish City. On to the port of Tel Aviv for a picnic lunch and have some time to experience Nachlat…Read More
Is your yeshiva on vacation?
Are you arriving in Israel before Pesach and want to get your feet wet?
Join one or more of these tiyulim around Yerushalayim that are really off the beaten track.
For men only.Read More