Nina Cafe Suites Hotel

29 Shabazi St, Tel Aviv, Israel | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 29 Shabazi St, Tel Aviv, is near Dizengoff Fountain, The Jaffa Clock Tower, Jabotinsky Museum, and Founders Monument and Fountain.
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    Travel Blogs from Tel Aviv

    Graffiti Art is awesome!

    A travel blog entry by sla514 on Jul 05, 2014

    4 comments, 82 photos

    What a awesome Shabbat morning! We started the day walking to the Tel Aviv Beach for our Shabbat morning services. Evette put together a lovely, short service for our small group. With Susan S. on guitar, the waves crashing in front of us, a crystal clear blue sky, all of our voices ringing out together…I cannot think a more perfect way to start the day.

    Now that we were ...

    Tim’s Take On Tel Aviv and The Flight

    A travel blog entry by katemonster8 on Jun 16, 2014

    ... I have read books “on location” (e.g., “Plum Island” as I passed by while crossing the Long Island Sound). I never thought I’d be hearing the bible read on location and walking in Peter’s Jewish footsteps. Rabbi Norm Cohen then added that wives of tanners were one of the few classes of Jewish women who could easily get a divorce – to which I thought, “I’ll tell ...

    Departure from Tel Aviv

    A travel blog entry by brian.budik on May 30, 2014

    7 photos

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    At passport control there were only two lanes open out of a total of six. The security check also had only one lane. After security, passengers are directed to a small waiting area to wait for shuttles to terminal 3. Being at Terminal 1 felt as if I was leaving 1980s Israel. After taking the five minute shuttle to Terminal 3, I once again felt like I was in the modern airport that represents Israel today. I walked to the Bank ...

    Purim in Tel Aviv

    A travel blog entry by tckontis on Mar 14, 2014

    6 comments, 21 photos

    ... and decorations were preserved from 1948. A portrait of Theodor Herzl, the father of Zionism, was displayed behind the podium.

    We walked through the Artist Fair and the Carmel Market. In the Carmel Market, we stopped to and munched on freshly fried falafel sandwiches. Our guide Eva drove us to see Rabin Square, where Prime Minister Rabin was assassinated in 1995. The monument provides the vision of an earthquake, that upended ...

    We eat Book Worm shakshouka

    A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Jan 02, 2014

    17 photos

    ... meets ratatouille. Dee-licious! We sat outside in the balmy January sunshine, communing with the other Book Worms, both those eating and those reading, as well as with a multitude of feral cats.

    Re-fueled, we resumed our random walk around Tel Aviv. It was lovely not to be burdened by a list of tourist must-sees or a schedule to keep to. So we rambled around to Neve Tzedeck, a lovely old neighborhood in south Tel ...