Armon Hayarkon

268 Hayarkon, Tel Aviv, Israel | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $132.00

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Tel Aviv

A travel blog entry by i_go_wandering on Dec 03, 2013

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We left Kibbutz Ein Gedi after enjoying our last cliff top view of the Dead Sea and watching the Ibex's sleeping on the steep sandstone cliffs. I drove us back up Route 90, passing a huge herd of wild camels on the desert road. We found out an hour after we left there was a crash between a private car and a bus which resulted in one lady dead and …

West Bank

A travel blog entry by spsadventures


... the pope had just been earlier in the week. It is filled with graffiti in English and a few other European languages because the graffiti is there to speak to the tourists. Since so many people come to Bethlehem to see the holy sites, this is a good way to reach an international audience. I enjoyed the graffiti a lot because it was colorful, positive, and peaceful. However, I have to admit that I was both enlightened and saddened by the discussion we had at the ...


A travel blog entry by leonajim


... seemed to reef them around by the reins.

After hearing all our guide, Ali, had to say we were left to make our way back up at leisure, taking photos as we went. It was great getting the information that comes with a good guide - not just at Petra but along the drive as well - but we know why we don't like guided tours. Despite the efforts of Ali people kept lagging along and holding the whole thing up. I was getting frustrated with the waste of our time! ...

A Warm Greeting

A travel blog entry by hasemeyer


Our trip from Kathmandu, Nepal to Tel Aviv, Israel consisted of a 17-hour layover in Doha, Qatar, followed by the most intense security I have ever seen in Amman, Jordan. after over 35 hours of travel we were greeted at the Tel Aviv airport by Lev, a really nice Russian who has been living in Israel for the last 15 years. He and his girlfriend, Natalka, offered to host us in their downtown apartment. We ...

Breakfast with the Vicar of Baghdad

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint


... looking café on Bograshov Street called Le Moulin. “We’ve got to go back there!” I told Annie. Finally, with several sets of questions to several sets of questionees about directions (smart phone apps a’ blazing) we finally found our way to the Gilgal Hotel.

Our room had peek-a-boo views of the beach and the ocean—we were excited! But first things first: in keeping with the theme of this blog, it was time for lunch. We ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on 268 Hayarkon, Tel Aviv, is near Underwater Observatory Marine Park, Dolphin Reef, Timna National Park, and Red Canyon.
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