By Adam Hartstein,
Today we woke up at King Solomon hotel in Tiberias and packed our bags to head to Tel Aviv. On the way we made a pit stop at Caesarea. Here we saw aqueducts where Augustus Caesar transferred clean water to the area.
Once we arrived at Tel Aviv we learned about the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin. It was very interesting to see Rabin Square and exactly where and how the prime minister was murdered.
We then proceeded to Independence Hall where we learned about the birth of the state of Israel. We had a tour guide that spoke about the war of independence and the importance of creating a Jewish State for the Jewish people to call home.
We finally arrived at the Carmel Market where we explored the area for lunch and shopping.
My favorite part of the day was walking around the port of Jaffa. Jaffa is almost 4000 years old and the port along the old city was a beautiful site. We ended the days adventure with viewing the public display of a menorah being lit at Rabin square.
What a day!!!:)