Sharon Hotel

Address: Kehilat Vilna, Tel Aviv, 46748, Israel | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kehilat Vilna, Tel Aviv.
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A travel blog entry by dzasta on May 15, 2015

2 comments, 22 photos

It was a long night last night. I didn't get any sleep but now that I am here I am glad I didn't try to get here at midnite last night cos I would not have found the place. On the directions I have there is a "keep straight on" in them that shouldn't be there. I had to ask the guy in the shop this morning and he didn't know any of the streets in my directions. Luckily there was a young girl buying smokes and she googled it for me. It was no where near where they said it ...

Israeli Grind

A travel blog entry by jaimezavier on Mar 08, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... Judaism than religion. Before coming here, I would not have been able to make that distinction. I'm seeing now, that being a Jew includes you in this gigantic family of people. And it isn't that everybody reads the Torah or says prayers over the candles or believes in God, it's the culture and tradition. It's the morals and idea that we can make the world a better place. It's feeding people and inviting strangers to your house for dinner. ...


A travel blog entry by taliabrodkin on Nov 22, 2014

7 photos

We dipped our feet in the beach although I wished I had my bathing suit on to jump in waves. Then we walked couple kilometres to old city called Yafo. Beautiful old city with nice artists stores but most were closed because of the sabbath. Enjoyed the warm weather and a little rain. ...

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.

No it isn’t. ...

Chilling out

A travel blog entry by sirpa on Jun 14, 2014

5 comments, 5 photos

... the beach all the way to the airport of Sde Dov. It's a holiday, so the beach was full of people, locals and tourists. Families barbequeing, children and dogs running against the wawes, young people playing games and showing off their tanned bodies, elderly people sitting on benches eating icecream. I cycled 17 kilometers, burned my arms and ate in an overpriced fish restaurant. What a great ...