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Going to Israel end of October. Maybe silly, but what shoes to bring?

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I've put this question in the Lounge as well as I don't see a lot of posts about Israel here. But hoping someone can help:

I never really have difficulty figuring out what shoes to bring while traveling but this one's got me.

We'll be in Israel for 2 weeks from Oct 27-Nov 11.

Tel Aviv and Jerusalem: I figure good sneakers for all the walking we'll do BUT. . .

--- Jerusalem: We will probably do the tunnel walk and it's wet so thinking to bring water shoes.
--- Tel Aviv: If it's warm enough we'll swim in the Mediterranean. Not sure if water shoes will be needed as I don't know what the land is like while in the Sea.

Galilee and Golan - Hiking: So I figure sturdier hiking sneakers.
DeadSea - Water shoes again needed? We'll be at Herods in Ein Bokek which has a sandy beach but the salty water....and we'd like to go to the part of the Dead Sea that actually has salt clumps as well.

Sandals for restaurants at night.

I don't want to take 4 pairs of shoes: sandals, water shoes, regular sneakers & hiking sneakers.

Been to Israel? Any shoe advice?

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