Tourism

What’s Happening at the Montefiore Windmill? – BITE SIZE

January 22, 2019
By: Joanna Shebson

Have you seen the newly renovated windmill in Yemin Moshe in action? We went Behind the Scenes of the Montefiore Windmill to hear all about the work that went into renovating it and how it is being used today. This podcast interview with Yuval Klein was originally recorded for BITE SIZE with Yoni Pollak. Listen to...


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From Operation Moses to Megemaria at Yvel – Meet Daniel on BITE SIZE

January 9, 2019
By: Joanna Shebson

Some interviews really leave an impression. Meeting Daniel Sahalo, an Ethiopian immigrant who arrived in Israel on Operation Moses, has been one of the highlights of my Bite Size radio interviews. Daniel’s story is about courage, strength and adapting successfully to a new country and culture. It is particularly poignant for me because I remember...


January 9, 2019 Read More >

Ready… Set…Who are you gonna GO for in the Jerusalem Marathon?

January 8, 2019
By: Joanna Shebson

The Jerusalem Marathon is fast approaching, taking place on March 15, 2019. Training for, and running a marathon, or any long-distance endurance sport, used to be the kind of thing only super-healthy fitness enthusiasts would undertake. However, in the last 10 years in Jerusalem, it has become a family tradition. Whether you run the community...


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Meet Avigayle Adler from the Open Studio – BITE SIZE

November 22, 2018
By: Joanna Shebson

Most cities today have a work hub or a social hub, but how many cities can say they have an Art Hub for kids? The Open Studio has become an Art Hub for kids and grownups in Jerusalem. Most of you have met Avigayle Adler at the First Station where she runs exciting drop in...


November 22, 2018 Read More >

8 FUN Date Ideas in & near Jerusalem

October 31, 2018
By: Joanna Shebson

Fun In Jerusalem loves to share family activities but many of the places we recommend also run special “couples” activities. Whether you are dating or married if you are looking for a fun day/night out – we’ve got some great ideas. There are cultural activities, spiritual activities, culinary activities, extreme sports, romantic overlooks and so much more....


October 31, 2018 Read More >

Jerusalem Vacation Travel Tips & Services

July 9, 2018
By: Joanna Shebson

The weather is heating up, cafés and restaurants are buzzing, and there is a feeling of excitement in the air. It can only mean one thing. Summer is here. You’ve planned your trip, packed your bags and now it’s time for us to greet you in Jerusalem. Being a tourist can sometimes be tricky. You...


July 9, 2018 Read More >

What to Expect at the Jerusalem Light Festival 2018?

June 18, 2018
By: Joanna Shebson

My favorite Jerusalem festival is back this summer as the streets of the Old City are lit up with Light Displays and Exhibits. The theme of this year’s festival is ‘togetherness’ and brings together artists of various fields, connecting people to light art and encouraging audience participation in the festival. It’s hard to believe but...


June 18, 2018 Read More >

JClay – BITE SIZE

May 17, 2018
By: Joanna Shebson

Pottery painting has been a favorite activity for tourists and locals for many years. Meet Shifra, the founder of JClay and hear her story of opening up a new studio in Jerusalem and making it a unique experience. Recorded for BITE SIZE with Yoni Pollak. Listen to the Interview –  Here are some of the “Interview...


May 17, 2018 Read More >

How tourists & locals can help Lone Soldiers – BITE SIZE

April 18, 2018
By: Joanna Shebson

Hear Bonnie Holtzberg Rosenbaum, Community Director of the Lone Soldier Center, in our interview on BITE SIZE with Yoni Pollak. Listen to the Interview   Here are some of the “Interview Highlights” Who was Michael Levine? The Center was named after Michael Levine, a lone soldier from Pennsylvania who died while serving in the 2nd Lebanon...


April 18, 2018 Read More >

Why Cellopark is the Best App for Tourists Parking In Israel?

March 12, 2018
By: Joanna Shebson

Parking in Jerusalem recently became a hot topic among tourists when the city decided to get rid of all the parking meters and parking ticket machines. Tourists with rental cars frantically contacted Fun In Jerusalem asking us how they were supposed to park in the blue and white areas of the city! We researched the...


March 12, 2018 Read More >