Dizengoff Street is the main shopping strip in Tel Aviv. The walk takes you past nice little shops, and lots of small restaurants. The favorites sell falafels stuffed into pitas. Since the Israelis have very high standards, they provide cheap places to grab lunch and people watch (if you can find a stool). The people around you tend to be mellow. You be passed by numerous young people on bikes. They are very polite, so you don't have to do doge very much. If you walk long enough, hook onto King George and head for the flea market at the end.
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