Nina Cafe Suites Hotel

29 Shabazi St, Tel Aviv, Israel | Hotel
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Tel Aviv, Israel

A travel blog entry by beverlybrown


We are well rested today and ready to start the next part of our adventure.

But-----we have been joined by the rest of our group. Jordan was an optional pre-trip that 8 of us went on. 7 people joined us in Tel Aviv last night. So they are tired today with jet lag so it was an easy day. Still fun though. And my brother Gary joined us!!

Tel Aviv is a modern city founded in 1909 near ...


A travel blog entry by maxcrosby


... then found Saloona, which was well regarded in Lonely Planet. It was also empty. So we drank (whiskey drinks then on to arak, Israel’s own anise liquor) and talked with the barkeep/proprietor for a couple of hours. We covered a wide range of topics and I learned a lot. Toward the end of the night he served us a delicious free app of fresh vegetables, yogurt sauce and olives – and a shot to say good bye. We hit the hookah joint, played some cribbage, then went to ...


A travel blog entry by rodfricker


... from his suitcase, wrapped in paper and put into a carboard box which was then sealed and returned to him. We assumed that our lump of salt from the Dead Sea, cactus leaf, tubes of Dead Sea mud and sundry other items would get similar treatment so were surprised when only the honey was taken away to be scanned. That was returned and ...

We see Elvis, then visit the Apparition Sisters

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint


... nearby town of Mevaseret Zion and looking for the Aroma Café. We parked in the covered parking garage and walked up to the main floor: It was a big, totally generic mall that would have fit comfortably in Toledo or Tucson. Well, except for one distinguishing feature: The world’s first kosher McDonald’s opened there in 1995. But despite this almost irresistible allure, we still opted for Aroma. The Aroma Café chain, the biggest in Israel, is ...

Hatikvah: an Anthem for All?

A travel blog entry by rvenezia


... who live in Israel and is an important historical figure in the history of Israel. So drum roll please, here is the new Israeli anthem that I feel speaks for all Israelis. The changes will be Italic.

The new Version in Hebrew. – The last two lines of the song are to be repeated as they are now.
Kol ʻod balevav penimah
Nefesh Yisra’eli Homiyah
Ulfa'atey Mizrakh Kadima
ʻAyin ...

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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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