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Gay Friendly Tel-Aviv: Where to Stay

Gay Friendly Tel-Aviv: Where to Stay September 19, 2010 | Hotels, What's New | Read More
Beautiful Gay Pride Flag in the Israeli Sun Although many people think of Israel as the Holy land, which conjures visions of sand, camels, old buildings, and very religious people, Israel is as diverse as the United States, in geography, religion, people, and cuisine. Contrary to popular belief, Israel...

Bartering, Haggling, Negotiating…in Israel

Bartering, Haggling, Negotiating…in Israel September 8, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Funny T-Shirts For Sale at the Shuk Many people love to barter, haggle and negotiate when traveling. But I can’t ever bring myself to do it. If I have enough money to travel, and I have enough money to buy souvenirs, I feel like I should just pay the price they’re asking. If I do the conversion...

Tenth Year for T-Market in Tel Aviv

Tenth Year for T-Market in Tel Aviv September 6, 2010 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Today was the start of T-Market, an outdoor clothing/accessories fair that has top designers selling last year’s designs at crazy low prices. These designs are still hot, but the prices have cooled way down. From September 2nd to September 4th, Tel Aviv designers and shops like American Apparel...

Internet Hot Spots in Tel Aviv

Internet Hot Spots in Tel Aviv July 31, 2010 | Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Many people travel to Tel Aviv for fun, religious enlightenment, historical curiosity or perspective broadening. Many come for business. Whatever the impetus behind your travelĀ  plans, you might be wondering…”Do they have the internet there?” Common misconceptions about Israel are...

Where to watch the WORLD CUP in Tel Aviv

Where to watch the WORLD CUP in Tel Aviv June 7, 2010 | Events, Things to Do | Read More
As much as Israelis love soccer, they haven’t quite mastered the fine art of making it into the World Cup this year. And so, although Israelis won’t be cheering their countrymen on to a victory, that doesn’t mean that those of us who are from more successful soccer countries don’t...
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