Avia Hotel

4 Hahoresh Street, Tel Aviv, 56000, Israel | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tel Aviv

Nahariya and Tel Aviv

A travel blog entry by bermack


... back and look at the bldgs around you, it amazes you how they are still standing, so old.

We then walked down King George St to Dizengoff, and strolled through the mall there. It was packed with shoppers. Guess there is no economic issues around here. After we walked back to the Carmel Market area, we had to stop at the felafel stand inside. This fellow sells them for 7 ...

Breakfast with the Vicar of Baghdad

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint


... There was a large cobbled plaza with coffee shops, restaurants, and lots of places to buy Jaffa-themed tchotchkes.

But occasionally the grittier Jaffa leaked through—we walked past an old building in poor repair, in fact, mostly roofless. Apparently it started life as a Libyan Synagogue, then became a hotel, and most recently a soap factory before being abandoned decades ago. I detected lots of high-pitched squeaking emanating from its dark ...


A travel blog entry by laurenjk25

... for the Shabbat dinner. All of us and the families of the ten Israeli students got together for a Shabbat dinner. There was so much food, and it was all so good. After Shabbat we went over to Little Omri's house. During the past week it was Shahaf's birthday as well at two girls from Oklahoma, so we had a birthday party for all of them. The Oklahomans and their hosts all came over and brought cake and balloons. We had limbo, music, food and ...


A travel blog entry by levy2013


... she grabbed?... Yep my boob. Complete accident of course but had H pishing his pants when I told him what happened after!!!

After, that we went to Dizengof centre but kids were restless, so Darren took them back to the apartment for a bit of beach time and rest (which they loved, H had to bodysurf without a board this time - but it was a very 'Surfers like' experience for them). I wanted to look around, so with a 'map' (yes I was quite brave) - I walked ...

O little town of Bethlehem

A travel blog entry by salmorton01


... of about 50,000 it is completely encircled by the security fence (the Arabs call it the Wall), with only a couple of exits through checkpoints, thus isolating the populace there from employment or business outside the town. The reason for the switch of tours/guide appears to be twofold: firstly a goodly part of the income of Bethlehem comes from tourism, and employment of local Arab guides is obviously viewed as an important part of this; secondly because of ...


This hotel, located on 4 Hahoresh Street, Tel Aviv, is near Neve Tzedek and Park Darom.
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