I love walking up and down the Tayelet (as it's called in Hebrew). It runs right along Tel Aviv's the Mediterranean beach, which is super popular with sunbathers, swimmers, and people just enjoying the nice weather. There are numerous restaurants lining the beach, so you can't walk far without finding another delicious-smelling eatery where you can sit at your leisure and eat while gazing over the gorgeous view. There's music playing from many businesses and personal radios, people play volleyball on one of the many courts, and people will jog or bike along the promenade. Everything is very clean and well-maintained; I think they renovated the promenade about ten years ago, and it shows.