Leonardo Boutique Hotel Tel Aviv
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Well, after a very long set of flights, I found that I was having second thoughts about renting a car as I got into the Opal sedan and started making my way towards central Tel Aviv, where our Airbnb apartment was awaiting us.
Once I found parking near the place (which was pretty difficult), we wearily went up the concrete stairs of a fairly run-down (in an artsy way) building. The apartment itself was nicer on the inside than the outside, cozy and cool, with a cute ...
... the new. Not always, but from time to time. My roommate Bonnie is the eternal optimist. That girl can not only find the silver lining in the clouds, but clear up the storm all together. I was complaining about something the other day, having to do with impacting the lives of others and making a difference. I wasn't sure if I was meeting my own standards. Here comes Bonnie all wise, making points I never would have thought of. "Aney buddha Bonnie." ...
... hydrate and eat a little bit of food for medicine. I ended up spending the majority of Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday in bed. I couldn't believe how sick I was; miserable sinus headache, sore throat, lead to major congestion, an earache and a cough. We decided I must have caught something on the flight to Israel :-/
The silver lining of it all was that I was lucky enough to fall ...
... town, it was like taking a journey back in time. . . the old stone houses and the maze of narrow passage ways. Parts of the city have been renovated with art galleries, souvenir shops, restaurants, cafes and such taking over the old restored buildings. Many artists have moved from Tel Aviv to Jaffa
... squeezing out all of my toothpaste before my flight out. With that in my memory, I prepared for battle. We entered the immigration control area, where several hundred people stood in line. There were dozens of windows in operation, so despite the crowds and time they were taking with each, it moved fairly quickly. It was soon our turn. Aside from confirming who we were, why we were there, and when we were leaving, ...