Hananya Naftali has produced a YouTube video with his 5 suggested must-sees in Israel.
From sundown April 23 until sundown April 24, 2017, Israel will observe Holocaust Remembrance Day (Yom HaShoah). During this time, the nation turns their attention toward the six million Jews who were killed at the hands of the Nazis and their accomplices. All forms of public entertainment close and a solemnity falls over the nation.
No cemeteries, no headstones, no traces were left to mark the loss of the six million Holocaust victims. The Hall of Names at Yad Vashem is the Jewish People’s memorial to each Jew murdered in the Holocaust – a place where they are commemorated for generations to come.
No tour of Israel is complete without a visit to Yad VeShem. Make sure that your group leader requests that Yad VeShem is included in your itinerary.
This photo provides a nice view of the Western Wall (sometimes referred to as the Wailing Wall). The area is segregated; the women’s area is in the foreground and the men’s area is beyond fencing crossing the lower portion of the photo.
These boats are for rent and can be used on the portion of the Yarkon River that runs through HaYarkon Park, also known as Sporttek.
Many other activities are available at the Sporttek, including outdoor basketball courts, a rock climbing wall, a baseball field, soccer/football/rugby fields, a walking/jogging/bike path, and at the right time of the year, a traveling circus.