Tal Hotel, Tel Aviv - An Atlas Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member ReviewsTal Hotel, Tel Aviv - An Atlas Hotel
Small but comfortable room. At first they could not find our reservation and also did't recognize the name of the tour company. We we're thankfully able to check into our room early after a little wait as we were dog tired after the flight.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Tal Hotel, Tel Aviv - An Atlas Hotel
Travel Blogs from Tel Aviv
Arrived quite zombie tired but otherwise it was a great trip. An elderly gentleman named Jacob picks us up at the airport. He is a polish Jew that came to Israel in the early 1940's. States, " I look at the future, not the past. If I look at the past I am an old man" We are at the hotel waiting to check in. Sorely in need of a shower and nap before …
... After these sites, we went to the shuk (market) in Akko where teens engaged with shuk vendors with questions designed to help them see a different side of Israel. After some shopping time in the shuk, we returned to the hostel for lunch. Following lunch, we ventured north of Akko to Rosh Hanikra, a series of beautiful caverns that overlook the Mediteranean Sea on Israel's northern border. We took a scenic cable car ride down to the caverns ...
... the pope had just been earlier in the week. It is filled with graffiti in English and a few other European languages because the graffiti is there to speak to the tourists. Since so many people come to Bethlehem to see the holy sites, this is a good way to reach an international audience. I enjoyed the graffiti a lot because it was colorful, positive, and peaceful. However, I have to admit that I was both enlightened and saddened by the discussion we had at the ...
... but now I've met many nice Arab people).
Tonight at 5pm we will take a walk through Tel Aviv's Old Town followed by a visit to the Carmel Market. Commonly referred to as a "shuk" , this type of outdoor market is the oldest model for food shopping in the Holy Land. It will have local fruits and vegetables, cheeses, nuts, spices, etc.
Tomorrow is start out for Nazareth.
... of their income is a series of guest houses, a restaurant, and a little convention center. Maybe that's where the Sleepwalker's Convention was being housed.
Seven years after the founding, a group of Messianic Jews joined the Finns. After that there was an influx of Israeli Jews, with much intermarriage, so that the spoken language of the moshav is now Hebrew—Finnish was finished. And Yad Hashmona has become a center for Messianic Judaism ...