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 →
Another great move by the Tel Aviv Municipality: they announced this week that it plans to roll out free wireless internet in parks, boulevards, commercial districts and beaches throughout the city in 2012. Among many others, free wireless Internet (wifi) service is planned to strech along the length of Dizengoff, Ben-Yehuda and Ibn Gvirol Streets, and Ben Gurion, Nordau, Rothschild… Read more →
Thursday, July 16th at 21:00 will be a evening, you will never forget: La Scala, the famous opera from Milan with Verdi‘s famous Requiem, in the HaYarkon Park for….free!! Just bring your own bottles of red wine (and water?!) and enjoy an evening with more then 220 choristers & orchestra musicians with conductor: Daniel Barenboim. Gates open at 19:00.
On a sunny afternoon, April the 11th 1909, 150 man, woman and children left the over-crowded port-city of Jaffa and walked 3 km north trough the hot, burning sand to a spot were they decided about the future of today’s Tel Aviv. Within a few month the first houses for those 66 families were build (Herzl, Jehuda-ha Levie and Lilienblum-street)…. Read more →