What to See and Do in Tel Aviv, Israel
When I arrived in Tel Aviv Israel, I had a hotel reservation and no plans whatsoever. My guides recommended that I change to a different hotel. So I moved to the Alexander Hotel. The Alexander is centrally located, and one street away from the Tel Aviv public beaches and is a great location for a few days in Tel Aviv. The hotel is only one block away from boardwalk shopping with lots of beachfront restaurants, the bus tour and a long walk to Jaffee.
Tel Aviv Israel – Best Things to See. Great Beaches, Food, and Museums
I hopped on the Red Bus, (not the Red Bus Tour company) and took a short trip to Tel Aviv to see the best city sites. None of the sites on the Red Bus tour were off the tourist grid. In Tel Aviv, I saw only the routine tourist sites, and it was loads of fun.
Next time, I need more time to see the incredible nightlife. I am not much for night life. But, I love to see the dawn and hang out at the beach and people watch. So I am spending the day at the beach.
The restaurants in Tel Avi, Israel are outstanding and vie for top honors with any restaurant critic! See this list of the eight
Best restaurants in Tel Aviv, Israel for some great recommendations.
Tel Aviv is known for its museums.
10 Best Museums
Alexander currently 50% off. What a Great deal!
Multi-National Corporations and Country Headquarters
I spied Microsoft Israel Head Quarters
Near the Airport is Multi-National Corporations and Country Headquarters campus park.
Alexander Hotel – A Little More About My Hotel
My Hotel Lobby at the Alexander Hotel. It took tremendous effort to get the room I reserved. But when I was finally, in the right room, I had a great time. The breakfast at the Alexander was magnificent.
Contemporary, Modern City
Private Art for Public Display
Graffiti in Tel Aviv Israel
Tel Aviv Israel isn’t Angry Graffiti like in Palestine.
My Obsession – Manhole Covers
Public Art in Tel Aviv Israel is more than manhole covers.
More Manhole Covers
Great Shopping along the Broadwalk
Coca-Cola delivery near the tour bus station. The tour leaves every hour. If you miss the bus, catch a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants, or have a drink at a cafe on the boardwalk or do a little shopping until the next tour bus arrives. You don’t have to be on a schedule in Tel Aviv.
Tel Aviv Israel has beautiful skies, clouds, beaches and a thriving art center.
Thoroughly Modern Tel Aviv Israel
I highly recommend Tel Aviv for a few days. There are great museums, beaches, and the food is fantastic.
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