- Review: EL AL Business Class 787 Newark To Tel Aviv - One . . .
Normally I doubt most airlines know who you are but El AL – yeah they knew who you were Their security checks assuredly found your blog, your Rolling Stone profile etc…
- Tel Aviv: Miami of the Middle East - United Hub
Tel Aviv is called the “Miami of the Middle East" by many Similar to Miami with the vibrant restaurants and nightclubs While other parts of Israel are known for their ancient holy sites and trouble spots, Tel Aviv is modern and quite safe
- What To Expect At Israel’s Airport Security. | Bemused . . .
Israel's Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv is infamous amongst travellers for being seriously heavy with security Horror stories of innocent travellers being detained for hours, missing flights and intrusive luggage checks are the norm, and the average traveller is often paranoid about strip searches and heavy interrogations, so what is it really like…
- Tel Aviv to Jerusalem by train | 23. 50 NIS (£4, $6)
Tel Aviv Savidor-Center station, opened in 1954 on the new north-south line through Tel Aviv, built between the carriageways of the Ayalon Highway to connect the railway north to Haifa with the railway to Jerusalem
- My Turn in Israel | Tours designed for active adults
MY TURN IN ISRAEL You’re invited to discover the very best of Israel on our signature 8-12 day tour designed for active adults with guaranteed dates conveniently scheduled year-round
- Christopher Bollyn
Christopher Bollyn is a well-travelled writer and an investigative journalist who has done extensive research into the events of September 11, 2001, the conflict in Middle-East and the health effects caused by exposure to depleted uranium
- Iberia El Al: JFK To Tel Aviv For $526 Round-Trip . . .
That is a good question I once flew Iberia and when going through security for the transfer flight in Spain, they wanted to confiscate several items from us
- The Decline and Fall of the U. S. Airport
Havnt read through all the comments, but this article seems intentionally biased against the US and makes it seem like every airport in the world ex-US is equivalent to the top 5 airports which simply isn’t true