Dizengoff Square Hostel

13 Ben Ami Street, Tel Aviv, Israel | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 13 Ben Ami Street, Tel Aviv, is near Underwater Observatory Marine Park, Dolphin Reef, Timna National Park, and Red Canyon.
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Travel Blogs from Tel Aviv

Wonderful funky city

A travel blog entry by csgrtadventure on Jun 15, 2014

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... walnuts and raisins. The other dish was Curried Pumpkin Dumplings that you eat over rice and has coriander and coconut. For those inquiring minds, yes, I did go to their website and got the blurbs for the two dishes . . .my brain is nowhere near that good anymore . .actually I'm not sure it ever was . ..

With that we bid adieu to Jaffa and headed back to Jerusalem


Home Again

A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on Apr 07, 2014

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... that reminded Mark and I of home. One of our new friends from scuba diving, Danny, was able to come over and help eat, too. We were given the honor of sampling a taste of the vodka that Natalka's grandpa makes in Ukraine. Both her and Lev don't like it, so samples are reserved for guests. It wasn't as bad as they set it up to be. After feasting they brought us to the train station to begin our journey to the far-off land of Burundi, ...

Tel Aviv

A travel blog entry by bermack on Mar 30, 2014

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... beach.

We found parking almost to Jaffa, as our resto for dinner in the evening was near there. We walked north, making our way to Allenby St, then Ben Yehuda. Of course, as it was close to noon, we were getting peckish. I knew of a newer mexican place on BY, from when I was here in Oct. When we got there, they were just opening, and we perched ourselves at a table outside, right on BY. Surprisingly, the food was very good. Even Frank and ...

We eat Book Worm shakshouka

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Jan 02, 2014

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... But we didn’t bite. Well, not until the next day when she ripped us off buying some spices on our way out of Tel Aviv. More on that in tomorrow’s entry.

We escaped the clutches of the market and segued into the adjacent neighborhood of Kerem HaTeimanim. It was founded in 1904, five years before the city of Tel Aviv was officially established via the sea shells on the sea shore. The founders were Jewish ...

Finally in Israel!

A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick on Dec 19, 2013

2 comments, 16 photos

... had to escort me to the plane in order to make the flight on time. Thankfully, with him by my side, it was like VIP access, and I made it through security, and to the gate in five minutes. Walking to the plane, I asked him if it was always this intense for foreigners, and he chuckled. He explained that it was because my story did not really add up, and what I was doing was not considered a common adventure, especially since I have no family ...

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