When Pictures Tell More Than Words|Cuando las Fotos dicen mas que las Palabras

Petra a destination you CAN NOT miss/ Petra un destino que NO TE PUEDES Perder

 

Consider one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Petra is magic. See it for yourself.  Considerada una de las Siete maravillas del Mundo, Petra es sinonimo de magia. Compruebalo tu mismo.

Scenic Walking through different colors and rocks formation/ El camino es sencillamente bello con diferentes colores y formaciones rocosas.

You can also find souvenirs and places to eat and rest/ Tambien puedes encontrar lugares para comprar recuerdos y lugares a para comer y descansar.

 

As you get closer, you can see the light coming through and you get more excited/ En la medida que te acercas, comienzas a ver la luz y te emocionas.

Then, you get to see what you were waitng for…. PETRA/ Entonces te encuentras con lo que estaba buscando…. PETRA.

After the Treasury, you can continue walking, visit the Monastery, the amphitheater, and the caves ( 8km in total). Good luck and have fun travelers!!!!!

Despues de esta parte llamada el Treasury, puedes seguir caminando y visitar el Monasterio, el amfiteatro y las cuevas (un total de 8km) Buena Suerte viajeros y que se diviertan!!!!

One Week in Israel| Una Semana en Israel

One Week in Israel- Complete Road Trip Itineray

Day 1 – Monday arrival and rent a car at the airportTel Aviv  (night in Tel Aviv)-Hotel-Maxim Design Hotel

What we did:

1. Beaches
Tel Aviv’s west side is a 13-kilometer (eight-mile) stretch of sandy beaches, prompting National Geographic magazine to call Tel Aviv “Miami Beach on the Med.” There are several beaches to choose from: Gordon Beach, Banana Beach, Metzizim BeachHilton Beach (near the hotel) is the gay beach, and Jerusalem ,

2. Tel Aviv-Jaffa Promenade
The Tel Aviv-Jaffa Promenade is a bustling walkway that connects Old Jaffa in the south to the northern neighborhoods of the city. Come here for gorgeous sunsets, yummy food , and many cafes and restaurants.

3. Old Jaffa: It is one of the world’s oldest cities and home to the oldest seaport in the world. Don’t miss the famous Clock Tower, the flea market, restaurants, designer stores, galleries and museums.

4. Tel Aviv Port: Enjoy watching children get ready to sail.

5. Carmel Market: The market runs between the corner of King George and Allenby streets and the Carmelit Bus Station. It is open every day from 7 to dusk, except for Fridays when it closes one hour before the Sabbath.

6. Levinsky Market:The Levinsky Market is the place for spices.

7. Mall: Modern shopping center, 3 story building full of stores.

Day2 Tuesday – Day for – Caesarca Port Town and Ruins in Mediterranean Coast- Haifa- Acre/Akko-Nazareth.Nazareth (night en Nazareth)-  Rimonim Mary’s Well Nazareth Hotel

What we did in Nazareth:

1. Basilica of the Annunciation,

2.Nazareth Village

3 Mary’s Well, St Gabriel’s Church, Salesian Church of Jesus the Adolescent

tuesday-wed. One Night in Nazareth

Day 3 Wednesday-check out Nazareth.

Haifa Visiting Baha’i Shrine and Garden ( morning before 2pm) Gardens are free entrance. When touring the Bahai’s also bring water, but no food or gum (they are forbidden, as well as sitting to rest).

Afternoon: visit Gan Hashelosha (sachne) Nat. Park before going down to Jerusalem.
Gan Hashlosha, otherwise known as the Sachne, is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places in Israel. Located in the Lower Galilee, some believe that Gan Hashlosha is the real-world location of the garden of Eden, and, once you visit, you might understand why. The main highlight of Gan Hashlosha are its beautiful pools shaded by lush palm trees and surrounded by green lawns, which are constantly 28 degrees celcius year-round. The park also has an archaeology museum and tower and stockade, and is popular with visitors who come to spend a day swimming and relaxing, or to explore the history and admire the beauty it has to offer. visit Gan Hashelosha (sachne) National Park with untouched springs. Great spot for a picnic.(bring your towels)

Day 3- cont. to Jerusalem-2 nights in Jerusalem Hotel-National Hotel (Herodes Gate)

Day 3 Wednesday and Day 4 Thursday- Jerusalem

What we did in Jerusalem:

Jerusalem can be divided into three sections: the Old City, West Jerusalem, and East Jerusalem. Ancient stone walls encase the Old City. You can access the grounds via seven different gateways. Within these walls, you’ll find the city’s most prominent attractions, including the Western Wall, the Dome of the Rock, and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Outside of the Old City, you’ll find a variety of shops, restaurants, and bars. East Jerusalem is the hub of the city’s Arab community. Not as modern as West Jerusalem, the East—especially the areas right outside the Old City’s Damascus and Herod’s Gates—brims with lively markets Via Dolorosa , Davis’s underground city (tickets required). Monte de los olivos.

Day 5-Friday – Checking out Jerusalem, driving the Negev Desert to Eiliat / Crossing the border to Jordan/ Night in Wadi Rum Desert

What we did in Wadi Rum

  1. Stay in a Bedouin campground
  2. Eat and cook underground with Jordanians
  3. Jeep safari through the desert
  4. visit and climb the sand dunes

Day 6 -Saturday -Check out the Campsite to drive to Petra. Check in late night in Jerusalem again.

What we did in Petra:

Visit Petra/ Camel Ride/Cross the border back to Israel/ Drive back to Jerusalem/ Night in Jerusalem- We stayed at the same hotel.

Day 7- Sunday-Check out hotel in Jerusalem to drive around the Dead Sea.

What we did in the Dead Sea:

Keila Beach, Dead Sea and Mud Spa./have a beer at the Lowest bar in the planet./ Drive back to Tel Aviv- Stay in Tel-Aviv in the same hotel.

 

Monday- Check out hotel in Tel-Aviv/ Return car at the airport/ Flight back home

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My Trip in Few Pictures…

Wadi Rum – A Red Desert I will never forget/ Wadi Rum- Un desierto Rojo que no olvidare jamas.                                                                              Jeep Safari

Rock Climbing

Underground Cooking  at a Bedouin Campsite


Camels

Sand Dunes

Folklore and Tradition /Jordan

Be a Nomad

Is Wadi Rum in your bucket list? Esta Wadi Rum en tu lista de viajes?

I’ll try to convince you that Wadi Rum should be on your bucket list.

The trip is one in  a life time. Red sand dunes, jeep safari , camel rides, hot air balloons rides over the desert, and lots of culture awaits you in Jordan. Jordanians, on the other hand, are friendly and willing to teach you their dances and how they cook at one of their many Bedouin campsite. We stayed at Bait Ali Camp and couldn’t have a better stayed anywhere else. Great location. We were treated with respect. The place is clean, full of activities and the tents are in good conditions( I do suggest you take your towels and your soap, shampoo). The food is delicious and the have music every night. When it gets dark, we get to see how the food in done underground cook(I particularly enjoyed this experience very much) Wine, excellent food and good company is all you need for a warmer night (the desert gets cold at night)

Tratare de convencerte para que pongas a Wadi Rum en tu lista de viajes.

Este es un viaje para una ves en la vida. las arenas rojas del desirerto de Wadi Rum son unicas. Aqui tienes todo tipo de actividades desde paseos en camellos, safaries en jeeps, paseos en globos aereos hasta escalar formaciones rocosas preciosas. Tambien compartir una cultura unica es genial. Los jordanos, por otro lado, son amables y serviciales. Comparten sus tradiciones de forma respetuosa. De su comida, que les dire? es deliciosa. la experiencia de verlos cocinar los alimentos debajo de la tierra fue fabulosa. Esto lo precenciamos en uno de los tantos campamentos beudinos que tiene Wadi Rum, el nuestro Bait Ali fue maravilloso, con muy buena localizacion, hospitalidad y servicio ( si te sugierro lleves tu toalla , shampoo y jabon). En la noche, optas por un buen vino, excelente comida y tu mejor compania y haces que la noche sea mas placentera (el desirto epuede llegar a ser muy frio en las noches).