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Life in Tel Aviv

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In the year and a half I’ve lived in Tel Aviv, I have yet to encounter a bad meal . . . seriously. I know it sounds pretty unbelievable, but my taste buds have never been disappointed after eating out in this great city.

Tel Aviv, like all cosmopolitan cities, is divided into geographical areas:

  • North Tel Aviv:

Having lived on Basel Street for about six months, I will always have a soft spot in my heart for this upscale, trendy part of the city. The Basel area itself boasts many nice restaurants, including Café Basel, Ze Sushi, and one of my all-time favorites for Friday morning brunch, Lola.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 28 October 2008 05:58 )

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Happy Birthday, Israel!

As we all know, this month is Israel’s 60th birthday. I’d like to briefly examine what this means, to reach the big 6-0. A 60-year old man or woman would naturally encounter certain physical effects of aging. Perhaps this change would include a slight decrease in terms of strength, agility, physical stamina, and more. Additionally, a person of 60 could find himself or herself facing wrinkles, gray hair or hair loss, and slight problems hearing or seeing.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 28 October 2008 05:58 )

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