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Fodor's Exploring Israel

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This in-depth tour guide of Israel takes travelers to Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Jaffa, and beyond to this ancient, holy land's beautiful beaches, antiquities, historic sites, spas, desert hikes, restaurants, hotels, and stores. Features more than 350 full-color photographs, maps, and illustrations.
Paperback, 1st Edition, 288 pages
Published February 13th 1996 by Fodor's Travel Publications (first published 1987)
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Catherine Woodman
This was lent to me for my recent trip to Israel, and I found it was something that I wish I had read ahead of time rather than en route--fortunately, I was not at all n charge of planning the trip, but this would have given me a great overview of what were the possible things to see in the places we might go.
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His two novels in print are The J-Word (2009; about secular Jewish identity) and The Slave (2013; about human trafficking, freedom and lawlessness).

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