Hotel Ness Ziona

Address: 10 Ness Street, Tel Aviv, Israel | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 10 Ness Street, Tel Aviv, is near Underwater Observatory Marine Park, Dolphin Reef, Timna National Park, and Eilat Marina.
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      Free Weekend in Tel Aviv

      A travel blog entry by susanmiller on Mar 26, 2015

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      This free weekend I stayed at Sally (Bassat) and David Gillis - Klara's family friends, with Klara and Alysa in Tel Aviv. It was so nice to have a home cooked shabbas meal and the food and atmosphere the whole weekend was great, even though the three of us has to squish into a small room. Friday: We decided to hire green bikes and ride along Tel Aviv beach. It was a beautiful day and a really find thing to do. We went to ...

      Finally here

      A travel blog entry by jaimezavier on Feb 10, 2015

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      ... a college symphony in Jerusalem.

      Before I left for Israel I paid $85 to have someone pick me up from the airport and take me straight to the apartment. I figured it was worth it not to worry about how I was going to get to my apartment in a foreign country. I ended up waiting close to 2 hours for someone to pick me up. Finally, a random old man came up to me asking if I needed a ride ...

      And another thing!

      A travel blog entry by drtee on Oct 26, 2014

      ... of the unfriendliest places I’d ever been to. One said it was necessary. I get the security matter, but what is the danger in smiling or greeting someone? In Egypt, even the guards with guns smiled and said good morning. Every person I talked to welcomed me, thanked me for coming, and was friendly. Not one smile in Israel, not one friendly greeting. That’s all I’ll say about this.

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      A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on Jun 15, 2014

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      ... in this part of Tel Aviv.

      We walked to Ha Tachana, Tel Aviv's old railway station, now converted to a shopping/cafe precinct. Whilst Chris and Ronnen sat down for a beer, I went for a stroll through the shops. Later, on our way to the old town of Jaffa, we tried to pick up the city's rental bicycles but unfortunately, the service was out of order today. We had to rely on our feet.

      In Jaffa old town, ...

      King David's palace, tunnels, Biblical gardens

      A travel blog entry by phagan on Jun 10, 2014

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      This was also the point of the Bible Gardens, to show the meaning behind the trees and plants and symbolism and literal meanings when these are discussed through the Bible. The site is officially called, the Neot Biblical Landscape Reserve, for more info:

      We had a great good-bye dinner, and drive to the airport. The layers ...