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November 08, 1991 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-11-08

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c1991 Israel Ministry of Tourism

"Jerusalem took my
breath away!"

"I couldn't believe it—
I was playing golf next to
an old Roman ruin."

"I'll always
remember how friendly
everybody was."

People say the nicest things about a
vacation in Israel. But they don't always
say the same nice things.
For example, some people think the
most magical part of Israel is the feeling
you get of being part of history. In places
like the Old City in Jerusalem.
Others talk about our sleek new hotels.
Or our inimitable shopping. Or all the

outdoor sports and activities we offer.
The fact is, Israel has something a little
different (and special) for just about
everybody.
Maybe that's why Americans who vacation
in Israel make repeat visits there more
than to almost any destination in the world.
And you can quote us on that.

Hope to see you soon.

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ISRAEL GOVERNMENT TOURIST OFFICE
New York: 212-560-0650 • Atlanta: 404-875-9924 • Chicago: 312-782-4306 • Dallas: 214-991-9097 • Los Angeles: 213-658-7462
Miami: 305-539-1919 • Canada: 416-964-3784

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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