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VISITING JERUSALEM WITH CHILDREN

Discussion in 'Other' started by red88pepper, Jun 16, 2017.

  1. red88pepper

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    We will be visiting Israel with five children ranging in age from 6 to 11. We are looking for places to eat in Jerusalem that are kid friendly and reasonably priced. Does anyone have any suggestions?
     
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  2. VoR61

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    Unfortunately, this is not in our wheelhouse. I suggest you check TripAdvisor or Yelp ...
     
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  3. red88pepper

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    I did check with their websites and found mostly rather expensive places that were not conducive to children.
     
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    Contact a travel agent - they may be able to help you but will charge a fee for it if you didn't book with them. Or as VoR said - google.

    This isn't what these boards are for, they are to help consumers who have beefs with a company.
     
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  6. VoR61

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    or how to avoid the "beef" in the future ...
     
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  7. Algebralovr

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    Google Maps? I find all sorts of reviews on Google Maps for around me, including fast food.
     
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  8. VoR61

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    And there ar apps you can install on a smart phone. But to locate "kid friendly" ones - hmmmmmm ...
     
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  9. Barry Graham

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    I would wait until you get there. We have six children and never found it hard to find good, kosher, inexpensive places to eat in Jerusalem.
     
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  10. joycexyz

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    Try asking the concierge or manager at the hotel. If they have kids, they'll know.
     
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  11. red88pepper

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    Concierge did help. Our guide was great and helped with all lunches wherever we were. Concierge were helpful for dinners that were not prearranged.
    Thanks for the reply
     
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    I hope you had a wonderful trip!
     
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