I have added many new items to my pages about Tel-Aviv, take a look:
Absolutely GREAT! Thanks!!
I love this!
Only other thing that was new to us was the chairs on the beaches. In Tel Aviv, instead of shlepping chairs and lots of stuff to the beach, as Americans tend to do, there were lots of chairs for rent. They were reasonably priced, but we didn't know at first what the deal was. I think it was 15 shekels for a lounge chair and 6 for a regular chair. They come around and ask for the money after you sit down. Lots of umbrellas for shade too. Very convenient.
Thanks so much for posting this - it's terrific!!!
Loved this. As a Tel Aviv local, you're making me even more proud of my city than I even was before! :-)
Wow! That was very informative. We'll be there in 2 weeks! I can't wait. We decided to stay at Dan Panorama. Booked it through Chantal who was recommended on these boards. She is very helpful and had the least expensive price (better that all the internet sites). Thank you all for your great posts and advice.
This is terrific. The pictures are great. I think you captured the 'cultural' feel of Tel Aviv in this. Thanks.
The thread was added to TOP QUESTIONS on the Tel Aviv forum page under "exploring Tel Aviv".
Really great, thanks for posting
Way great info! I was especially impressed with the typical Tel Aviv girl and typical guy. How does that work out, anyways? hehehehe.
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