Travel Blogs from Tel Aviv
... port city of Jaffa. It has merged with Jaffa as a planned "garden city" on the Mediterranean coast, and blossomed into the largest collection of Modernist buildings in the world. Today, Tel Aviv is home to about one-third of Israel's population of over 8 million. 75 % are Jewish and 20 % are Arab.
We walked through the ancient (4000 years old) port city of Jaffa. We visited the Ilana ...
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... the suitcase and we were on our way to check in. What he had remains a mystery.
Hand luggage and security was the same as in any other airport although we were allowed to keep our boots on. And if Israeli security deems it unnecessary to make you remove your footwear, you can be fairly sure that all the airports who insist on it are ...
Wow, what a ride!
This morning, we had a quick breakfast and took a taxi to the airport.
The security guards wanted to open our luggage as they could not comprehend why would ANYONE carry 5 kg of chocolate in the suitcase. :)
The flight was uneventful, and 20 minutes after landing in Tel Aviv, we were on a taxi, heading home.
Od lo avda tikvateynu,
Hativka ha-noshana, /
Lashuv le-eretz avoteynu,
Le’ir ba David, David ḥana"
New Version in English
As long as in the heart, within,
A Israeli soul still yearns,
And onward, towards the ends of the east,
An eye still looks toward our Country;
Our hope is not yet lost,
The ancient hope,
To be a free people, in ...