My brother and I just got back from the Yohji Yamamoto fashion exhibition this evening.
The exhibition was nice but sparse. It's not the 30 NIS entrance fee I mind, it's the goddamn commute to get there. If you have an urge to use public transport to get to the museum, lie
down, hopefully it will pass.
The city of Holon, is a special place. Cab drivers will take extensive short cuts for you to bypass main roads. City planners have such confidence in the intuitiveness of their urban plan that they didn't bother to make any maps of it. Locals love their city so much that they seem
unaware of any way of leaving it by bus, much less by train.
Save your ten dollars and go do the free Architecture/Art tour (in English) of the Tel Aviv university campus on tuesdays at 11 (meeting is in front of the bookstore), Or do the Bauhaus architecture tour every friday at 10am at the Bauhaus center on 99 Dizengoff st. Its in English and it appears to be free.