Callahan, Shalla
August 1998
Lesbian News;Aug98, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p34
Presents information on the author's visit to Israel. Age of Israel as a nation; Sites seen by the author; Indication that Israel is suitable for vegetarians; Reference to the book `Traveling Solo,' the Only Overseas Economy Travel Guide for Women.'


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