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"Somewhere Over the Rainbow."  IZ.  An amazing artist who's passing was a great loss to the Hawaiian and the music worlds.

"Somewhere Over the Rainbow." IZ. An amazing artist who's passing was a great loss to the Hawaiian and the music worlds.

Israel: practical information, what to see and do in Israel? Is Israel safe? Costs, prices, transport, accommodation, food, dress code and more!

Israel: practical info, prices, what to see

Israel: practical information, what to see and do in Israel? Is Israel safe? Costs, prices, transport, accommodation, food, dress code and more!

21 Things Only A Tel Avivian Would Do by TheCultureTrip.com, click on the…

Things Only A Tel Avivian Would Do

prayers in the West Wall of Jersusalem   thanx Tiffers, your in my prayers every night...I BELIEVE.....Love Lori  xoxox

prayers in the West Wall of Jersusalem thanx Tiffers, your in my prayers every night...I BELIEVE.....Love Lori xoxox

Exodus 3: 15 God also said to Moses, “Say this to the people of Israel: Yahweh, the God of your ancestors—the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob—has sent me to you.  This is my eternal name,     my name to remember for all generations.

Exodus 3: 15 God also said to Moses, “Say this to the people of Israel: Yahweh, the God of your ancestors—the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob—has sent me to you. This is my eternal name, my name to remember for all generations.

Caesarea Philippi - where the Jordan River begins. This was one of my favorite places to visit <3

Caesarea Philippi - where the Jordan River begins. This was one of my favorite places to visit <3

Jerusalem. The old city from the Mount of Olives. We love this photo because, as anyone who's been there can attest, they have to truck the camels in from elsewhere because they're not so common in the streets of either side of Jerusalem these days! Most Israelis and Palestinians prefer cars, trucks, and busses to get around.

Jerusalem. The old city from the Mount of Olives. We love this photo because, as anyone who's been there can attest, they have to truck the camels in from elsewhere because they're not so common in the streets of either side of Jerusalem these days! Most Israelis and Palestinians prefer cars, trucks, and busses to get around.

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