26 Jun, 2010 in Tel Aviv - Yaffo
Yarkon Park - Tel Aviv 

The Tel-Aviv municipality managed to take the area around the radio-active water-stream of the Yarkon River and turn it into a fairly nice and active Park Hayarkon (Ganei Yehoshua). It has been there for many years, but I think it’s looking much better now. Not nearly enough has been done to address the water …

24 Jun, 2010 in Tel Aviv - Yaffo
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The old city of Jaffa is a magical place. It offers stunning views of the Tel Aviv coast-line and beautiful stone-built historical buildings, now occupied by art galleries, theaters and restaurants. You can quietly wonder around the narrow alleys, go up to some of the roof-tops and stroll around history. …

27 May, 2010 in Tel Aviv - Yaffo
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The Jaffa Flea Market, or Shuk Hapispishim (שוק הפישפשים), is a really fun market featuring all sorts of interesting people and shops selling just about anything. From utterly useless junk to up-market Judaica and art, you can find it all there, and depending on your bargaining skills – for relatively cheap. I can’t guarantee how […]

25 May, 2010 in Tel Aviv - Yaffo
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Tel Aviv Harbor (AKA Namal Tel Aviv) has reemerged in recent years as one of the best hangout spots in Tel Aviv. Renovated in 2001, it now boosts over 60 restaurants, fashion boutiques, bars, pubs and various businesses, which make it – altogether – a really nice place to wonder around or go out. …

23 May, 2010 in Tel Aviv - Yaffo
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Neve Tsedek is one of my favorite parts of Tel Aviv, with a special magical charm that’s difficult not to fall in love with. It is a residential area, but there are alot of art galleries, high-quality chic coffee shops, boutique hotels, health food stores, and walking around you can immediately see it has a […]

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