Hope one day soon to see tourists again in Jerusalem, Israel.
While on an official state visit, Samoan Prime Minister Tuilaepa Aiono Sailele Malielegaoi signed an agreement regarding visa exemptions for incoming tourists.
In the official guest book at Beit Hanasi, the Israeli President’s Residence, the PM wrote:
“This is historical visit on my part – my wife and my daughter and delegation to the Holy City of Israel. I will carry with me the cherished memories of the wonderful experiences…”
A constant flow of millions of visitors, some are unique, but the experience is most often the same.
Be one of those who comes and see what is really happening.
37 thoughts on “TOURISTS OF THE WEEK”
Everyone has a dream, and mine is to be “tourist of the week” 🙂
This pic reminds me of a street in the Areminean qtr. Just near Arrat street.
Wow! I love it that i have found your blog..so wonderful photo’s…blessings from usa..
Great picture! It was wonderful to meet you. Good luck with you work, ans check out our website http://www.meniaonline.org/
This is definately my new favorite blog!
Thanks and welcome, share with your friends!
Great idea for a website blog. More people should receive it.
Thank you! Feel free to share, the more people who can see what is really happening in Jerusalem the better.
Just found your Tourist of the Week section. Great idea! Love those sandals in winter:-)
great shot. hope all are well
Thanks, busy week, but with good things.
Love your reports from the “Streets of Jerusalem”
You can make people famous this way!
Great shot of our friends.
Thanks, just like Candid Camera?
is that who I think it is??
Could be! Short visit to Israel, in Jerusalem for only a few hours and we got the pic.
The photos are “Amazing” real life. I enjoy each one of them and I feel like I am in
Ida G. Sobel
Kew Garden Hills, N.Y.
Loved seeing myself on your blog – It was a great lecture and we enjoyed being a part of it – Shanna Tova
Thanks glad you liked it! Next time we have to doing some walking on the streets of Jerusalem, Israel.
Ah, you caught me! May I add Tourist of the Week to my resume?
Thanks for keeping an eye on her.
Curious , are all Quarters in the Old City open and relatively safe for tourists ?
Sorry I can not promise anything. But most of the time things are going along, but slowly in the rain. With tourism down, business is slow.
I understand. I’m traveling in February, and have always felt safe in the Muslim Quarter, actually my favorite.
Guess I’ll keep watchful on events as they unfold.
Thank you 🙂
Pleasure to everyone, just sorry not more time!
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