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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Flashback Feature #24–Israel Part 3

It is Israel month here at my Flashback Feature. Continuing on from last week, I am sharing my family’s trip to Israel in April of 2011. Simon was 7 months old, Zachary was 3.5 and Gabbie was 6. We went for Passover and visited Dave’s sister and family, who moved to Israel in 2009. This week I’m sharing a variety of pictures from places we visited around Israel. There are once again a lot of photos – hopefully they will be interesting and enjoyable!

These first few pictures was taken at one of my favorite Israel places – a craft market in Tel Aviv.
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This is the beach in Tel Aviv.
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And the beach in Ashdod.
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These pictures are from the market in Jerusalem!
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This is what the buildings in the area look like:
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There will be more Israel pictures to share next week, so come back and see them!

Helene in Between

6 comments:

Janine Huldie said...

Truly loving getting to see all your pictures from this trip and really looked like a wonderful time was had :)

Helene said...

what a great trip! I would love to visit Israel, such a different place. gorgeous pictures! thanks so much for linking up!

Annie One Can Cook! said...

What beautiful pictures--such an incredible trip! P.S. I can't get over how adorable Simon is--love those cheeks!

Tamar SB said...

I love love love the picture of the kippot - so great! The fresh market - makes me miss Israel even more!

Kera @ Nugget On A Budget said...

I love your Israel photos and that you're sharing your trip with us. It looks like a beautiful place and makes me want to visit there, too.

Leslie @ Violet Imperfection said...

Wow, the market pictures are amazing.