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Israel in April - itinerary help

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I'm headed on a solo trip to Israel the first 2 weeks of April. Looking for a combo experience of beaches and food along with culture and history.

(Arrive late afternoon from US - Tel Aviv)
4 full days in Tel Aviv - Brown TLV hotel
(bus to Jerusalem)
7 full days in Jerusalem
- city tour
- Masada and Dead Sea day tour
- Nablus cooking class - day trip
- 2 day tour of Petra with Bedouin camp overnight - Abraham tours
- Bethlehem day tour
(Bus to Tiberias/Galilee via rt90/West Bank)
1 full day in Galilee
(Car rental from Tiberias back to Tel Aviv)
2 full days - Hiafa, Acre, Ceasarea, Rothchild winery
Overnight/final day in Tel Aviv
(very late night flight back to US)

I am looking for suggestions on itinerary/transport problems as well suggestions on accommodations and dining etc. Nablus seems a bit challenging but doable using public transport via Ramallah.

Thank you.

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