“It happened with the perfect rhythm” / Olivier Basso
Hi there, A quick word to tell you that the guided tour with Ram was a great experience for me! It happened with the perfect rhythm and provided me with a very nice discovery of Jerusalem: I enjoyed a lot the exploration and Ram’s guidance was very relevant with a nice mix of history, architectural reflections, and personal insights. Many thanks for this opportunity!
“thanks for the EXCELLENT job the guide did on our Via Dolorosa tour” / Garrett W. Doak
I wanted to pass along my appreciation and thanks for the EXCELLENT job Eldad did on our Via Dolorosa tour in Jerusalem Saturday morning, May 6.
He was very knowledgeable, had a great sense of humor, and went far beyond just a “this is King David’s tomb,” “this is where the Last Supper occurred” sort of recital. I really appreciated that he explained the politics and pressures, not only of today but through thousands of years of human history in Jerusalem.
I definitely would recommend this tour, and Eldad, to others.
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