At the heart of old Tel Aviv, beautiful, and ugly, old buildings (and each apartment has a porch!)
Skyscrapers (no porches )
People in cafes and cars honking—Why? For who?—at 3 AM (I was awake since there’s a 10 hours jet lag/time difference between WA and Israel)
An afternoon concert with one of Israel’s most popular rock-pop bands called Mashina—so glad we saw it!
… and another song for you by this band named “There’s no other place”
The most famous Hanukah doughnuts in the country at Roladin Bakery, oh my my
How can we not go to the beach again?
… and eat Falafel in a fat, plump pita in the bustling street for dinner?
Lunch. This was fantastic! Roasted marrow bone, beef skewer on top of mushroom puree, mashed root vegetables, and, I think, scallion cream
…in a restaurant overlooking the Mediterranean sea
There’s always action in Tel Aviv
… and heavy traffic