Sunday, 29 March 2015

Israel Tips


When traveling, I tend to give preference to smaller, family run establishments over the big hotel chains and this trip was not an exception.
This charming find is perfectly located between the beach and the Carmel market in Tel Aviv and is within easy walking distance to most points of interest in town.
The rooms are a little bit on a small side, but functional, comfortable and very tastefully decorated in romantic vintage style. 
The breakfast is served 24-7 which is awesome if you're felling peckish and it's late at night.
The best thing, however, must be the charming and very helpful owners and staff who go over and beyond of what is expected. 
They also have a resident cat and that's always a win in my book. :)

Gorgeous little bistro in the centre of Tel Aviv serving classic home style food. The portions are rather big and the food is tasty. They also have a good selection of cocktails and other drinks.
The atmosphere is very European and relaxed and the service is efficient, but friendly. 

It's one of the oldest cities in the world. Every corner of this place is steeped in history and, if you're staying in Tel Aviv, it is easily doable as a day trip.  I do, however, recommend that you stay longer than one day if at all possible. It's an amazing city with lots to see and do. 

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Ivana Split said...

i ja bi radije tako negdje odsjela nego u velikom hotelu...koji su nekako kao i lanci brze hrane ili čega već...svi isti.
Ova solucija mi se čini puno zanimljivija. Odlični savjeti i fotografije.


Lovely post!

Maiken said...

I'm not sure if I visit Israel one day but your posts about the country definitely grew some interest in me. that romantic little hotel for example sounds like such a lovely place where to spend some nights in a foreign city.

Maiken - Part of me

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