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Eli gives the feeling that he is in love with his profession and in the city of Jerusalem and that the tour is because of his love for the job and not for his livelihood

HEN KLAIMAN

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” The experience of the trip that my friend and I experienced will not be forgotten soon.

The small and big twists
 connected us to you, your colorful childhood in “Mahane Yehuda” built you into a perfect Jerusalemite. And that is why you have been so successful in demonstrating your love for Jerusalem.

DORON SOFER

“The tour was varied, very instructive and not linear and eclectic,  it surprised us, moved us and left us attentive.

we could not ignore your pleasant, colorful personality rich in knowledge and desire to give as much as possible. You did it generously.
A huge thank you, it was wonderful and sure you will meet again “

anat chohen

“Another wonderful tour, each time new pearls are discovered in places we thought we knew”

Professor Nissim Ben Aryeh

” hi eli, I wanted to thank you and tell you we really enjoyed your explanations, it was fascinating and interesting, and everyone said you were charming.

It was just another kind of experience to do a trip with someone who knows how to explain and inspire.

It was great fun for all of us, everyone agreed it was something very special. “

Chen Kleiman

I enjoyed the detailed and precise explanations at every point we reached. It was evident that you were full of enthusiasm, excitement and identification in all of the history of Israel – very moving! During the explanations you have the talent to make the group listen to you in all seriousness and even ask questions – that always replied by answers.

The cherry on the cake for the end of the day – the sculpture “Because Man is the Tree of the Field” – moved us to tears both in your essay and in the desire to publicize the kindness of this sculptor and to share with us a personal story about the death of your mother. Excited and really warm! “

OFIRA MAHATZRI

Our day with you in Jerusalem was honestly one of the highlights of our whole trip. 

It is such a fascinating city, and I must admit, it’s hard to absorb all the history from classrooms and synagogues in the United States. It’s so much easier when you’re looking at the sights and understanding exactly what happened right in front of you. 

As David and I have talked about that day, most of our favorite things were the “extra” places you took us — the Arab cotton market, the fabric store, the St. Andrew’s Memorial Chuch for beers at sunset. It made me wonder if you could offer a specific tour for people who have already seen the major sites in Jerusalem that’s just made up of “Eli’s favorites.”

 As far as the more formal sites, we found being on the Temple Mount fascinating, the Rockefeller Museum, the Church of all Nations… we really loved everything you showed us and will never forget our time together!

Emily and David Sheldon

One of the highlights of our trip was of course Jerusalem, not only because of all the incredibly fascinating (and sometimes complicated) history from ancient times leading up to today’s situation, but most of all because of your unbelievable amount of knowledge about and passion for this amazing country called Israel.

It was so stimulating and interesting the way you explained and highlighted the different eras with all its glories, destructions and downfalls. I marveled at the way you built and structured your guided tour by starting with an overview on the first day by car, so that the details on the second day on foot became much clearer and meaningful to us. And in addition to that we loved all the stories and the special Israeli delicacies in quaint little restaurants. I’m not a big eater, but I love to taste all the exotic flavors.

I admire the way you have accumulated all your knowledge, your passion to be the best tour-guide in your field and your contagious enthusiasm to pass it on to your clients like us. We have absolutely loved our time with you in Jerusalem. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!

Warmest regards,

John and Sophia

Jhon and Sophia

One of the highlights of our trip was of course Jerusalem, not only because of all the incredibly fascinating (and sometimes complicated) history from ancient times leading up to today’s situation, but most of all because of your unbelievable amount of knowledge about and passion for this amazing country called Israel.

It was so stimulating and interesting the way you explained and highlighted the different eras with all its glories, destructions and downfalls. I marveled at the way you built and structured your guided tour by starting with an overview on the first day by car, so that the details on the second day on foot became much clearer and meaningful to us. And in addition to that we loved all the stories and the special Israeli delicacies in quaint little restaurants. I’m not a big eater, but I love to taste all the exotic flavors.

I admire the way you have accumulated all your knowledge, your passion to be the best tour-guide in your field and your contagious enthusiasm to pass it on to your clients like us. We have absolutely loved our time with you in Jerusalem. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!

Dale and Nagel

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