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Rabbis Deborah Prinz and
Mark Hurvitz, spiritual leaders of Temple Adat Shalom of Poway and
Congregation Etz Chaim of Ramona, invite you to join them on a unique
Intergenerational Tour of Israel. The trip offers an "on-site" fun
opportunity for your family to grow in understanding and appreciation of
the excitement of Israel. Both Rabbi Prinz and Rabbi Hurvitz have
extensive experience and knowledge of Israel, having lived there and led
Walter Zanger, an ordained Reform Rabbi and a licensed Israeli Master Guide, will guide our trip. Rabbi Zanger's passionate guiding springs from his years of learning about the land, people and history of Israel as well as his keen and perceptive insights into Judaism. In addition to his work as a tour guide, Rabbi Zanger hosts the archaeology spots on the television show "Hello Jerusalem."
Enjoy a treasure hunt of Jerusalem's history in David's Tower Museum.
See some of the most famous archaeological excavations in the world in Caesarea, the Crusader city built on Roman ruins.
Sip coffee or at the sidewalk cafes of the Ben Yehuda Street Mall in downtown Jerusalem.
Visit ancient Meggido , the city that gave its name to the battle of Armageddon.
Plant a tree in a JNF forest.
Tour Jericho, the oldest inhabited city in the world
Celebrate Shabbat on Kibbutz; meet members in their homes.
Welcome Shabbat in the heart of Jerusalem.
Visit the Good Fence with Lebanon.
Participate in an archaeological dig at Beit Guvrin.
Have dinner with Beduin at the Mamsheet
Farm in the Negev.
Experience old synagogues and new art galleries in mystical Safed.
Ascend the Golan Heights in jeeps.
Raft down the Jordan river.
Learn about the Holocaust at the Yad VaShem Memorial and enter the Shrine of the Book to see the oldest written texts of the Bible.
Take a dip in the Dead Sea and rise to the heights of Masada.
Explore Beit Shean, the largest Roman/Byzantine city uncovered in the Middle East.
Descend to the Mediterranean grottos at Rosh haNikra.
View how the natural world affected the Biblical world view at Neot Kedumim.
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