My favorite hummus stop in southern Jerusalem. A clear imitation of “Pinati”, but has additional dishes, like shwarma, and hummus with mushrooms (yummi!)
Yad Haruzim 14, Talpiot, Jerusalem.
I got in touch with Danny after reading a letter he wrote in Biblical Archaeology Review magazine, and found him to be every bit as knowledgeable as I was hoping. He took me around Tal Megiddo in northern Israel and the ancient port city of Caesaria, and introduced me to a Samaritan family. His insights and expertise made the tour well worth the price tag, as well as one of the most rewarding parts of my entire trip.
Dear Danny, I don’t even know where to begin, but as the jet lag and the natural high from being in Israel gradually wear off, I wanted to thank you for making our first trip to Israel such a spectacular one. It was a hit with all ages. You were the perfect guide for connecting the dots between the religious and archaeological histories that make Israel such a unique and mystical place. You really made the Bible come to life for all of us. In our hearts and minds, Israel is no longer just a distant ancestral home, a dot on a map or