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Tips for Israel

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We have friends getting married in Tel Aviv in early July. We'd like to take the opportunity to plan a 10-14 day trip to Israel (+ Petra in Jordan?)

We've never been to this region and we'd love to hear your tips, "must-sees", cautionary advice, etc.

About us: we are a couple in our mid-30s. We LOVE good food and leisurely travel with lots of time to soak in the local culture. No pushy, rushed tours for us! We don't mind a little walking, but we're not exactly athletic- day-long hikes, camping, biking, etc. are really not our thing. My husband loves museums and history, and I love shopping and people-watching. We like a laid-back, relaxing vacation with lots of photo-ops and new experiences. We're on a budget (cheap flights and public transportation are a plus!), but we don't mind splurging every now and then (we love a nice B&B!)

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