The Tel Aviv Visitor's Guide claims this is one of the hottest and/or coolest attractions in Tel Aviv. The newly restored railway station looks somewhat forlorn amongst a raggle taggle collection of outbuildings containing shops selling overpriced tat, some uninteresting rolling stock, plus the usual restaurants and bars trying desperately to be hip, and failing. To add insult to injury, parking the car in the adjacent car park cost us NIS 16 only to find that we could have parked there for free.
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