Hotel Montefiore

Address: 36 Montefiore St, Tel Aviv, Israel | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 36 Montefiore St, Tel Aviv, is near Dizengoff Fountain, The Jaffa Clock Tower, Jabotinsky Museum, and Founders Monument and Fountain.
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    Tel Aviv and Jaffa

    A travel blog entry by barb3389 on Oct 12, 2014

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    The ship docked in Ashdod which is a major port for Israel and we are right in the centre of the industrial section, side by side with container ships being loaded. This morning was a real trial getting off the ship. The increased Israeli security slowed us down and we were 90 minutes delayed. We met our guide with no problem and since we are in port overnight, the delay wasn't a problem. We spent the day touring Tel Aviv and Jaffa. Our first stop was ...

    Tel Aviv

    A travel blog entry by tonyschindler on May 31, 2014

    ... always. About 7kms of beachfront. It is nice to see that all is tolerated here. We were explained by my niece's friend Mati, who happens to be a tour guide here, that along this stretch of coast there is a gay beach, dog beach, Arab beach, religious Jews beach, where on certain days men only and other women only, it is even used by both of them as a Mikvah Ritual bath. What a relaxed, 7 hour meander we had, yes we had lots of water stops, one ...

    Welcome to Israel

    A travel blog entry by alicia_abroad on May 13, 2014

    ... bus. The money man looked like a cross between a banker and a thug, kind of like Pitbull. We loaded up onto the bus and drove to Tiberius for the night. Quick note: I highly recommend Turkish airlines. Every flight starts with a Turkish delight, they have fresh squeezed juices, fresh fruit and salads with the meals, and on red eyes you get slippers, socks, ear plugs, lip balm, chapstick, an eye mask, a tooth brush, and tooth paste. @Delta: we need to ...

    Goodbye Turkey

    A travel blog entry by leonajim on Apr 08, 2014

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    ... a little card to keep till we depart, rather than having our passports stamped.
    Then we got our bags and found a taxi to our hostel. It cost a lot more than I had been expecting but I also knew there was a surcharge at that time of night and we just wanted to get Kayla to bed. We later heard that the price was normal but Jim didn't like the fact the taxi had a meter but he didn't use it just gave us the price before leaving the airport.

    Into Israel

    A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jan 09, 2014

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    ... indicators. And expensive it is. We have a new winner in the most expensive Big Mac competition. Looking back at our trip to Geneva a few years ago, our previous most expensive Big Mac Meal there was $12, while today in Tel Aviv we topped that with just over AU$13, about double the cost of home. For lunch, we settled on the cheapest meal we could find - a personal size pizza at $17. Everything is about double what it costs at home, and we aren't cheap ...