Travel Blogs from Tel Aviv, Israel

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Shalom from Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Shalom from Tel Aviv-Jaffa

A travel blog entry by reds_adventure

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Hello from Israel! Our hotel is right on the beach so we get beautiful views of the sunrises and sunsets and the people-watching is fun too. They play paddle ball on the beach instead of frisbee. I'd like to swim in the Mediterranean Sea but I ...

Day 10: Tel Aviv, Old Jaffa, and dinner at Yotveta, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Day 10: Tel Aviv, Old Jaffa, and dinner at Yotveta

A travel blog entry by segacs

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... so run down; once, water flowed and the colours were bright, but then, the paint was faded and the fountain dry.  Haval. After Tel Aviv, the trip was really over.  We went back to the hotel in Netanya for a wrap-up session, and did early ...

New and Old, Tel Aviv - Jaffa, Israel travel blog

New and Old

A travel blog entry by rutgervd

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... :) I was kind of trigger happy with the camera. But I'm happy with the results :) Wedding in the KisPigah Gardens in Jaffa, Tel Aviv in the background :) The Wishing Bridge; if you touch your zodiac and look at the sea. You can make one wish ...

Study and Fun or Dead and Swim, Haifa (near by), Israel travel blog

Study and Fun or Dead and Swim

A travel blog entry by chwingman

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... really do seem to enjoy having us around.   Only one coffee/pee break and we arrive at Bet Shaarem (the Petra of Israel!). This is a really beautiful spot on the side of a valley where the main Jewish elders lived about 1600 years ago when the ...

Yom Kippur in Tel Aviv and more Levontin 7, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Yom Kippur in Tel Aviv and more Levontin 7

A travel blog entry by alros

... Tel Aviv is very secular and so is my family, generally and usually my visits are short. This year we arrive in holiday season. Tel Aviv's synagogues are genrerally old and in not in good shape and almost all 500 of them (I read that somewhere) are old ...

Hurricane, Tel-Aviv, Israel travel blog

Hurricane

A travel blog entry by poohgirl1

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I awoke last night to both kids jumping into my bed screaming. The rain had intensified to the point where the windows were rattling and banging, the waves crashing,and just making an amazing amount of noise. I swear it was a hurricane. This weather ...

Nahariya and Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Nahariya and Tel Aviv

A travel blog entry by bermack

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... As we passed by a stand selling baked goods, had to get some fresh baklava.  Will have as a treat tonight. Luckily we got out of Tel Aviv before the main rush hour, and made our way back to Haifa.  Our timing was perfect, as there is now a storm ...

Ayelet Birthday in Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Ayelet Birthday in Tel Aviv

A travel blog entry by millertravel

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Ayelet's birthday was on our last week in Tel ...

Taking off, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Taking off

A travel blog entry by gilliguy

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Unbelievably, we managed to finish packing! We're taking off on a very long and long awaited flight. We've had a hectic week, with moving out of our apartment, visiting friends and family, Guy defending his M.Sc. thesis, Gilli managing to stick ...

By foot and pedal, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

By foot and pedal

A travel blog entry by salmorton01

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... sun set behind the clouds. By this time we were both exhausted so retired to our apartment for a quiet evening in. DEREK'S COMMENTS Tel Aviv is a modern city - it pretty much didn't exist until just over 100 years ago. The history of it (in simplified ...

Round the World TOP TEN - Israel & Jordan, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Round the World TOP TEN - Israel & Jordan

A travel blog entry by rebshark

... . 10.  Our Jordanian tour guide is also divorced (and actively seeking wife # 2) - are we starting to see a pattern? Israel pics:  http://gallery.chefwin.com/main.php?g2_itemId=4571 Petra pics: ...

Update on the Last Week or So, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Update on the Last Week or So

A travel blog entry by havah

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... what I can get). But enough with the excuses. I'm sitting in Coffee-to-Go, which is basically the central hub of Tel Aviv University. Its a coffee shop/restaurant near the main gate to the university, and it's become my stop for dinner almost every ...

Kickin' it in Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Kickin' it in Tel Aviv

A travel blog entry by sabarod

... a year and we've had a good time going out, laying on the beach, etc. The beach, by the way, is the biggest draw for Tel Aviv. It's great and we've been spending several hours in the sun every day. The hostel we chose has a street-level bar so there's no ...

Shabbat Shalom, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Shabbat Shalom

A travel blog entry by sabarod

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Well, a week on the beach has certainly helped my attitude. In contrast to traditional Jerusalem, Tel Aviv is quite the liberal beach city. Club after club, beachside cafe after cafe, beaches covered in tanned beautiful people wearing next to nothing. I ...

Leaving Israel..., Tel-Aviv, Israel travel blog

Leaving Israel...

A travel blog entry by danaandtom

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After Tom completed his first University exam (Math), after we finished packing, after saying goodbye to the Familly and sweet little Tuti (our dog), we were off to the airport (we had to wake up at 5:00 am, ouch!). We met Tomīs dad in the ...

Exploring, Tel Aviv/Jaffa, Israel travel blog

Exploring

A travel blog entry by _tz_

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... said "oh, I am not sure if I have one like that. Maybe you can just come by and look for your self while you are still in Tel Aviv." Maybe I should do that, just to be sure. But on the other hand, i do not think it will be there, so spending all the ...

BEST OF BEST MIDDLE EAST & SE ASIA, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

BEST OF BEST MIDDLE EAST & SE ASIA

A travel blog entry by dougsgoodlife

... , LAOS 2. WATERFALLS & BIKE RIDING BOLAVEN PLATEAU, LAOS 3. VANG VIENG, ROCK CLIMBING BEST PARTY 1.  TEL AVIV, ISRAEL 2.  HALF MOON PARTY, KOH PHANGAN THAILAND (FULL MOON IS OVERATED) 2.  KHAOSAN ROAD, BANGKOK THAILAND 3.  ...

Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Tel Aviv

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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At 10AM we visited Independence Hall in Tel Aviv and viewed the room where Israel gained its independence. It is the equivalent to Independence Hall in Philadelphia We spent the rest of the day relaxing by the pool at the ...

Day 11 Jaffa and Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Day 11 Jaffa and Tel Aviv

A travel blog entry by wenzels

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... honour to meet this very humble man and his wife over coffee and cake and listen to his stories. I still feel enlightened and blessed by the experience.   We concluded the day with a stroll along Tel Aviv's endless beach, a snack and a sunset ...

hurting feet, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

hurting feet

A travel blog entry by allieadventures

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... .  Its so nice being here.  Some of the cobble stone streets remind me of old school Europe.  Tel Aviv is more like the Manhattan of Israel. It's not the countries Capitol but its a busy city with a lot going on.  There are many young ...

סרטיםםם&, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

סרטיםםם&

A travel blog entry by maxint

They say the flight is overbooked and I have to wait to see if they can find me a place... That definitely doesn't sound to me like a good start... Another strange thing is the weight of my pannier - 19kg - wtf did I put there?! ...

Tel-Aviv, Tel-Aviv, Israel travel blog

Tel-Aviv

A travel blog entry by rivkapi

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a moment before the flight..., Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

a moment before the flight...

A travel blog entry by shirbil

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its a special afternoon in tel aviv...seems very quite outside...the new year is coming soon. we are packing and very excited...in two days we will be wondering around in the streets of shanghai...wow... we want to take the opportunity and wish you ...

Arive in Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Arive in Tel Aviv

A travel blog entry by davidandamy

It is ...

First Week In Israel, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

First Week In Israel

A travel blog entry by havah

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... the sixth floor, the balcony reaches above the trees and when the blinds are pulled open, there is a lovely few of some downtown Tel Aviv skyscrapers and a nice breeze. The apartment where I live is actually in Ramat Aviv, a small, rather upscale part of ...

Israel the holy land, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Old Jaffa, Masada, Dead Sea, Israel travel blog

Israel the holy land

A travel blog entry by alexapril604

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... and I have just returned from 31 days around the world for the holidays and some stops at Motorola Plants for Alex. Israel was our first destination. We arrived in Tel Aviv late on Monday Dec 12 and checked in to the Sheraton on the Beach. The food and ...

Caesarea, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Caesarea

A travel blog entry by torilusk

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... that are left. It is also situated right on the coast so it has an amazing view. Anyone planning on coming to Israel should definitely take a couple hours to go to this place.  Yesterday started passover here and I attended the passover Seder which ...

The day of the flight, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

The day of the flight

A travel blog entry by shirgil

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At this point, we are packing for three days straight. Everyone said we wouldn't make it, that three days won’t be enough to pack the whole apartment and get ready for our trip. But with an incredible work force, aka Gil’s brothers, we got ...

Bye bye Israel, Hello Jordan!, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Bye bye Israel, Hello Jordan!

A travel blog entry by juicer0

... finally get out of Israel".  I could not have been more blunt.  Ok, maybe I could have been.  As I had expected departing Tel Aviv was not going to be any easier than arriving.  My flight was at 7.30am so I planned to be at the airport ...

Well, I'm officially lame, Tel Aviv, Israel travel blog

Well, I'm officially lame

A travel blog entry by hammitt

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... two in the morning, I headed to the airport (more on that below) knowing that once again, like everyplace else I’d been in Israel, Tel Aviv had turned out to be nothing like I had expected.  A lot of people I met there scoffed when I said that ...

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