Jerusalem in detail. East Jerusalem bars tend to be inside hotels, while the Old City is almost as dry as the Negev desert. Casino de Paris Throwback cocktails in this cosy spot with outdoor patio. Beer Bazaar Beer aficionados rejoice — here more than varieties line the walls. Sira The city's young and cool spill out onto street from this tiny, landmark spot. Barood Homemade schnapps, pints of Guinness and tasty Sephardic fare.
Can't wait until November for my trip to Israel. Here's my question, I will admit I eat extremely unhealthy, lots of fast food and lots of beef, I'm practically a carnivore. I know that most breakfast and dinners will be buffet style at the different hotels we will be staying at, although at the moment I do not know in which hotels we will be staying at, according to the trip itinerary it will be at 4 star hotels. Either way I'm really not picky and I'm looking forward in trying new food dishes.
If bitten by a scorpion, get emergency medical treatment immediately. Scorpions do not go out of their way to attack, but they love damp, warm places, and you can get bitten if you happen to put a hand or foot where one of them is resting. Check carefully when entering showers, bathrooms, or other damp places. Always shake out towels at the beach or pool before drying yourself; shake out shoes and socks before putting them on. Orange groves may look inviting, but big, mean snakes think so, too; avoid the temptation to stroll or picnic in them.
The atmosphere is always casual and full of music junkies, especially on weeknights. Look no further. Aside from Monday and Friday closed for Shabbat nights, there is a live show with free entrance and always a warm, community atmosphere.