So close to the posh hotel Dan Hotel (very close to our cheap apartments lol) you can find this building.
Well just open the photo to enlarge and see how it has been painted.
I just love this building... so cozy
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We saw all along the promenade this signs, telling you the km letf on each side.
As I commented before this promenade is daily visited for walking, jogging or just tourist as us LOL
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Sculpture on the Streets of Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv has many fine sculptures outdoors. At one time there was a law that buildings over a certain size had to include artwork to a value of 1% of the building's cost. This is why many high rise buildings have sculptures in their forecourt. That law does not exist today. Also Meshulem Riklis donated $250,000 in 1989 to beautify Tel Aviv. 15 sculpters were chosen and each given $15,000 to make a sculpture, which were then put in different locations in the city.
The sculpture here is of Mordechai Schornstein by Kaele Ephraim Marcus. It was created in 1945. Schornstein had a zoo here until the 1970's (in fact I used to bring my kids here), and when it grew too large for this spot the animals were moved to Ramat Gan.
This statue is just outside the park of Gan Ha'ir, on Hadassa Street. The main entrance of Gan Ha'ir - a good class shopping centre is on Ibn Gvirol Street, next to the Tel Aviv municipality.Related to:
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St Peters Church
Its a Roman Catholic church and one of the nices churches in old Jaffa, Located up on a hill. althought there are more churches in Jaffa this is one of the nices one that i saw.
09:00 - 11:45 am
15:00 - 17:00 pm
61083 JaffaAdd to your Trip Planner
A Pretty Spot and Monument
This monument commemorates the Battle of Kikar Hill on 21st December 1927. The waterfall is on the same spot and is dedicated to the late Haviv Ben-Shaanan, who grew up here. It was dedicated by his mother Sarah. On the other side is a tomb cave.
This area was settled from the 4th millenium onward by different ancient peoples, their remains, including Israelite settlement and monarchy periods have been brought to light in excavations conducted by the Museum of Antiquities of Tel-Aviv-Yafo Museum Haaretz. The tomb cave dates to the Judian period.
This site is adjacent to Shimon Hatarsi and Horkonus Streets - north Tel-Aviv, not far from the bridge crossing the Yakon at the end of Ibn Gvirol Street.
This place is frequented very regularly, every day - by cats!! Cat lovers look after the cats roaming around the area and have taken it upon themselves to feed them and have them spayed.
It is a pretty spot and next to it is a small park with a playground. I wonder if even the neighbours know the history of this spot.Add to your Trip Planner
Every last Saturday of the month, you can enjoy classical music concert in Immanuel Church. Just call them and ask for details.
15 Beer Hoffman St., Jafo (An alley from Eilat Street.)Add to your Trip Planner
Go and visit Ceasararea. It is...
Go and visit Ceasararea. It is very close to Tel Aviv and nice to see. It is an old roman harbourplace. Not much is left, but there still are some temples, statues and an arena to be seen! You can find more about this place in the travellogue on my Israëlpage!Add to your Trip Planner
Do rafting in the upper Jordan...
Do rafting in the upper Jordan river. A great way to see some of the landscapes in the Golan hights and the Jordan valley. The best time to do it is April-June when it is not so hot and there are enough water for the rafting it self.Add to your Trip Planner
Rothchield Avn with is old and...
Rothchield Avn with is old and renewvated houses, with it's trees and walkway. It starts at Herzel St. in the middle of Tel Aviv chaos and ended at Ha'Bima Sq. Where one of the first theaters sits today.
With the restaurants and the coffee houses, walking in the afternoon or evening it sets you in a most relaxing mode.Add to your Trip Planner
If you dont mind a 30 to 40...
If you dont mind a 30 to 40 mins bus ride, visit the wine cellars at Rishon Lezion, you will see how the wine is made,visit the cellars (good to get out of the sun) and do some wine tasting...cant be bad eh. you can get a bus from the central bus station.Add to your Trip Planner
Tel Aviv Fever website
Nice new site on what is happening in Tel Aviv. Nice places to visit, great events to go to. You should check it out... ;-)Related to:
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The Greek Orthodox Church
Hidden in the small lanes of Old Jaffa, watching all over the med blue water, above the old port of Jaffa, what a wonderful place for someone who goes to pray :-)Add to your Trip Planner
Walk into the streets and be...
Walk into the streets and be surprised. At some places you still see horses used for transportation between all the modern traffic!Add to your Trip Planner
Don't miss the hot Israeli...
Don't miss the hot Israeli girls with guns...or the guys for that matter. I don't know how they got so great looking, but I'm proud to be in the same gene pool.Add to your Trip Planner
When walking in the streets I...
When walking in the streets I found these carpets. I couldn´t find it out whether they were on sale or just to be dried!Add to your Trip Planner
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