Israel and the Palestinian Territories

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Lonely Planet, Sep 15, 2010 - Travel
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Lonely Planet knows the magic of Israel and the Palestinian Territories. We've walked the lively alleyways in Nazareth and Jerusalem, explored biblical ruins, slept under the starry Negev skies and floated weightless in the Dead Sea. Take your own unforgettable journey with our guidebook's 6th edition.
Lonely Planet guides are written by experts who get to the heart of every destination they visit. This fully updated edition is packed with accurate, practical and honest advice, designed to give you the information you need to make the most of your trip.
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Contents

Israel the Palestinian
15
Dangers Annoyances
95
The Word
109
Activities
115
Religious Services
144
Eating
152
Entertainment
158
Wine Route
165
The Upper Galilee
270
Around Tsfat
281
Hurshat Tal National Park
288
Yehudiya Nature Reserve
294
Bethlehem
302
Around Bethlehem
310
Around Ramallah
316
Nablus
323

Dangers Annoyances
172
Drinking
194
Haifa the North
210
Atlit
228
Megiddo
234
Around Akko
240
Around Nazareth
251
Tiberias
256
Sea of Galilee
263
Kalia Beaches
329
Masada
335
Sodom
341
The Gaza Strip
375
Elsewhere in the Gaza Strip
382
Wadi Musa
388
Taba
394
Index
457
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About the author (2010)

Amelia worked as a journalist in Israel and the Palestinian Territories for five years, covering everything from Palestinian acrobats to armed settler hole-ins. She has worked on over a dozen books for Lonely Planet, including Lebanon, India and Travel with Children, and is a strong contender for the company record for the most time on the road while pregnant: her four under-5s accompany her (both before and after birth) on most of her research trips, including forays into Gaza and South Lebanon. Her book The Zoo on the Road to Nablus tells the true story of the last Palestinian zoo; she is currently hard at work on Principal Wigwam, her next book.

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