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Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv & Surrounds, Israel
The best and cheapest way to get from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem or vice versa, is with the multiple person taxis that run between the two cities. It is convenient since you just pile in and wait for the taxi to fill up to the point where the driver feels he has enough passengers and off you go. Just DO NOT expect to carry a huge backback or any suitcases with you. This is a commuter taxi, not a luggage transportation service!
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Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv & Surrounds, Israel
It was 1995 last time I was in Tel-Aviv but I don't suppose its changed a whole lot. The caital and business centre of Israel, but you don't visit the country for that, get out of Tel-Aviv and to the likes of Jerusalem, the Dead Sea, the Negev and visit some biblical historical places
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Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv & Surrounds, Israel
Hotel Hilton très bien situé (juste sur la plage), prestations très haut de gamme, et vente de produits cosmétiques tip-top (produits offerts en chambre).
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Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv & Surrounds, Israel
Tel Aviv a great night life scene.
Check out all the clubs and the bars which are always packed till morning.
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Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv & Surrounds, Israel
Easy to get lost with all the traffic, therefor, use taxis or/and trains. Don't rent a flat over there because prices are skyhigh. Visit the beach, the Ezrieli towers and have fun during the nightlife.
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Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv & Surrounds, Israel
Crazy days and crazy Nights
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Ramat HaSharon, Tel Aviv & Surrounds, Israel
nothing special in my town - except for being 15 minutes away by car (plus bad traffic) from the centre of Tel-Aviv. anyways, what can anybody possibly have to look for in Tel-Aviv? and know, i don't profess to know the streets. go lost even in my own tiny town.
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Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv & Surrounds, Israel
Tel Aviv is an amazing friendly place. The beachfront has something similar to Durban's Golden Mile and beaches are stunning. Just don't sit on the chairs as they are not free! Behind the skyscrapers and hotels lies a city with old buildings and market places and crumbling building , but stunning architecture. Tel Aviv is rich in culture - both from a secular and Jewish perspective. Markets are the best place to shop for fresh veggies and bargains. Nite life is cool and safe to walk around . If you enjoy Cape Town's Long Street vibe you'll feel right at home in Tel Aviv. Transport is great - taxis run 24/7 , but the buses close down for Shabat (Friday sunset to Saturday sunset). High security in malls, but generally one feels very safe wherever you go. Jewish people are warm, open , loving , peaceful and very hospitable and family - orientated. Contrary to what most people believe, the chances of you being bombed on your visit is prob 1000000000000 to 1 so go enjoy!
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Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv & Surrounds, Israel
Take time to wander down the beach and visit old Jaffa. You can visit the port and the maze of steps and streets in the old Arab quarter. Visit the Aladdin restaurant for lunch and make sure you get a seat on the roof terrace with magnificent views of Tel Aviv.
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Ra'ananna, Tel Aviv & Surrounds, Israel
The city kinda sucks. The mall is nice. It's in Rehov Hata'asia, in the industrial zone.
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