We booked Danny to tour our group of 4 who happened to include a Holocaust survivor -Max (89 years old) on his first - and likely only - trip to Israel. We knew we wanted to emphasize the Jewish history in Jerusalem, but quickly found we were also interested in hearing about the other religions in the region. Two of us wanted to walk to explore the sites while 2 were limited in terms of mobility. This was no problem for Danny. He picked us up from our apartment in Tel Aviv and gave us a great deal of information on the drive to Jerusalem. BTW - his car was very comfortable for 4 adults. Danny answered our many questions about religion but also gave us excellent information about the archeological support (or lack thereof) for the history. It was truly one of the most informative tours I've ever had. More importantly, he was kind and patient with our slow-moving caravan of a group and flexed to meet our interests. I was most impressed with this aspect of his approach. We felt like the tour was just for us and not a rote, memorized version of history. Bravo to you Danny for making our time in Israel memorable - especially for Max.
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