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Please join us and welcome this first round of great speakers for TBEX International 2017 in Jerusalem.   Ajay Sood Ajay Sood is a Canon Photo Mentor and Photo Tour Leader who has led photo tours to Tanzania, Goa, Ladakh, and countless iconic destinations. A Photo Educator, Ajay also conduct MasterClasses on Photography across India. He is also...
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A cool November morning mist clung to the branches of the 200 year-old Dogwood and Magnolia trees that line the streets of Huntsville’s Twickenham Historic District, where over 250 stately antebellum-era homes preside over meticulous gardens and lush, rolling lawns. But by the time this solicitous group of travel writers and guides finished our tour at the...
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If you are not registered for TBEX International 2017 in Jerusalem, you cannot participate in these amazing Pre-BEX and Post-BEX tours. Register for TBEX International 2017 here. Jerusalem, the holiest city in the world. A mecca where 5 millenia of history permeates from hallowed ground, sacred hilltops, and ancient stone walls. Where a multi-cultural melting pot of 800,000 people...
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Message from Alrov Hotels, a TBEX International 2017 Sponsor #tbexjlm All of the must-see attractions located in Jerusalem’s Old City and in the New City are within convenient walking distance from David Citadel, one of Jerusalem’s landmark hotels. In addition to its location, David Citadel is indisputably one of the finest hotels in Israel, counting heads of state and VIPs among its regular guests. The...
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The application process for the TBEX International 2017 Blogger FAM trips is officially open! These FAM trips will start after the conclusion of the TBEX conference in Jerusalem, Israel. There are limited spaces available on these trips, so review the information carefully to make sure it is a good fit for you and your readers. You must be...
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Message from Dan Hotels, a TBEX International 2017 Sponsor #tbexjlm The fabled King David Jerusalem Hotel is an unquestionably significant landmark in a unique and diverse city. A destination in itself, the hotel was built in the 1920s at the meeting point of the historic Old City and a dynamic New Jerusalem. As Jerusalem’s official venue for banquets...
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By: Jan Petersen, TBEX Blog Administrator (and fortunate ‘Press Tripper’) Last month 21 travel blogging nomads converged on Jerusalem for a 3-day press trip to explore the Eternal City and all it has to offer. The Jerusalem Development Authority (iTravelJerusalem), host sponsor for TBEX International 2017, arranged and escorted us on a whirlwind tour of the Israeli capital, and in a nutshell,...
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Message from Yehuda Jacobs, certified chef from the Jerusalem Culinary Institute and founder of Israeli Foodies #tbexjlm The ancient city of Jerusalem is in the midst of an impressive cultural and technological renaissance. Renowned for its iconic historical landmarks, Jerusalem is also evolving into a world class cosmopolitan center. Here are just a few of the city’s historical sites that are consistently reaching new...
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When you’re a city with the highest concentration of engineers in the U.S. and your tallest building is a Saturn V moon rocket, people expect pretty smart things from you. To that end, the burgeoning craft beer scene in Huntsville, Alabama has folks heading back to the classroom (literally) and discovering a thing or two about our stellar...
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Message from The Inbal Jerusalem Hotel, a TBEX International 2017 Sponsor #tbexjlm By Rony Timsit, General Manager of the Inbal Jerusalem Hotel As one of the oldest cities in the world, Jerusalem is a historically rich destination where bustling streets are filled with energetic residents and eager tourists who have arrived from all over the world with varying ethnicities, religions and...
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