When thinking about a long weekend away, you would probably think of Barcelona, Paris, London or Rome. And you’re right, because these are nice, fantastic, beautiful and impressive cities. But why don’t you fly – as Society World did – just a bit further for a weekend in Israel…? Israel as a holiday destination. You might find it difficult to… Read more →
Within a few couple of month Tel Aviv will be having free WiFi (or wireless internet) on about 80 sites (!) around the city. Motorola Solutions is the company that won the tender to establish the infrastructure throughout the city. Every access point (AP) will have a capacity of at least 20 Mbit (Megabit) and will be on different sites,… Read more →
Tel Aviv has been named one of the top 10 hottest summer party spots for 2011 by ‘HotelsCombined.com’, a leading hotel price comparison search-engine. Tel Aviv ranked number nine on the list and is described as: “home to some of the hottest nightclubs in the Middle-East…”. Tel Aviv: Keep on Rocking!!!
Yesterday, during a bright sunny day, I visited the beautiful Ajami-neighborhood. Towards the end of the 19th century the Ajami neighborhood , stretching south of ‘Old-Jaffa’ started to be built. In the beginning of the 20th century hundreds of families, mainly Christian-Arabs, settled in Ajami. After 1948, a large Arab population from different parts of the country moved into the… Read more →
Yesterday, Yaniv Halily, wrote at Ynet about the great success of the Tel Aviv Beach Party, the day before, in Central Park New York City. Thousands of people came to enjoy a day of family-fun at an 15-tons of sand makeshift Tel Aviv beach. “I couldn’t have asked for better weather” said Eytan Schwartz, the organizer of the event (Centennial… Read more →
New Yorkers: do not forget: just another week and you will ‘taste’ what the Tel Aviv Beach is all about. Sunday, June 26th you can enjoy a whole family-day (from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.) on a 1.300 square-foot artificial Tel Aviv Beach in Central Park with Israeli ‘street’food, swinging music and typical Israeli beach games. Of course for the… Read more →