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Travel Blogs from Herzlia
... us to the old area with its blend of Ottoman-era buildings and its gorgeous seaside promenade. He set us a meeting time and place and then left us to it. Some of us headed toward the sea. On the way we saw a restaurant with a garden, so we went in and had excellent fish and a lot of laughter.
After watching the sunset, we wandered back to the meeting point and headed back to Tel Aviv for the last night of a wonderful trip.
Our first priority was to locate and consume a falafel. This was easily done at the Carmel market, which has anything and everything: food, clothes, trinkets, and electronics...as long as you don't mind that the latter three are knockoffs. Next up we walked to the southern district of Tel Aviv, the Jaffa area, more specifically Old Jaffa and Jaffa Port, of which has been in use ...
... added to by homemade marmalade. No pancakes today but pita bread with all the fixings. After breakfast the group from France sang an Arabic song for us. Then Amal, Daoud's sister, led us in a song in Arabic and in English to praise the Lord, Alleluia. Then we all sang We Shall Overcome in English. When we left to get in the taxis it was pouring down rain.
We proceeded slowly down the mountain because of the fog and rain and lots ...
... vibration and they are in communication with the maintenance crew on the possible cause of the problem. I tightened my seat belt just in case the door decided to blow open in mid-flight.
I was not worried because I prayed my usual 10 Hail Mary's and an Our Father before takeoff. To add to the good karma as the sun was rising on the horizon, the Hasidic passengers were saying ...
... my! There are stray cats everywhere because a while ago they had a rodent problem so they let cats take care of that. Now there is a cat problem. You see them everywhere, the beach, the streets, and wandering around restaurants for food. There also are huge bats right in front of my apartment that come out and fly around at night (and poop on you, happened to my friend). Israeli's, specifically people in Tel Aviv are dog people. You couldn't walk down 1 ...
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