Frommer's Israel From $45 A Day (1998)

Frommer's Israel From $45 A Day (1998)



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Frommer's Israel From $45 A Day (1998) by Robert Ullian, Arthur Frommer

"Written by travel veterans with a nose for comfort…. Accuracy: high." —Details magazine Everything You Need for an Unforgettable—and Affordable—Trip!

  • Comfortable accommodations, from atmospheric guest houses to comfortable modern hotels—for as little as $25 a night!
  • Great dining at unbelievably low prices—both kosher and nonkosher—from $3 street pitas to elegant French, Middle Eastern, and biblical cuisine
  • A complete budget guide to Israel's evocative sights: Crusader castles, the Temple Mount, ancient synagogues, historic churches, archeological parks, and much more
  • What to do and see for free, from golden beaches and coral reefs to the mountains and sparkling waterfalls of Galilee
  • Detailed, accurate maps—plus major site plans
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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780028620497
Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 06/12/1998
Series: Frommer's Dollar-a-Day Guides Series
Pages: 496
Product dimensions: 5.09(w) x 8.40(h) x 1.13(d)

About the Author

About the Author Educated at Amherst College and Columbia University, Robert Ullian is a writer whose work has appeared in Esquire, Mademoiselle, and The Boston Phoenix. A recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts grant in fiction, he has taught art and writing at Hampshire College and the University of Massachusetts in Amherst and is also the author of Frommer's Walking Tours: Venice and Frommer's Israel, 2nd Edition.

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"Amazingly easy to use. Very portable, very complete." —Cooklist

"The only mainstream guide to list specific prices. The Walter Cronkite of guidebooks—with all that implies." —Travel & Leisure

"Complete, concise, and filled with useful information." —The New York Daily News

"Hotel information is close to encyclopedic." —Des Moines Sunday Register

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