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The Trumpeldor Cemetery

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The Trumpeldor Cemetery is the first cemetery of Tel Aviv, and it is where many of the national Zionist leaders and famous Israeli artists are buried.

For an historic journey in the center of Tel Aviv you should pay a visit to the Trumpeldor Cemetery at 19 Trumpeldor Street. The cemetery is named After Yosef Trumpeldor, a famous Russian Jewish war hero from the beginning of the 20th century, and is the first cemetery of the city and where many of its founding fathers, as well as central Zionist and cultural figures, are buried. Like many old cemeteries, the Trumpeldor Cemetery tells the story of Tel Aviv and its people in the past and present.

The Trumpeldor cemetery was built in 1902 in the southern part of Tel-Aviv by Shimon Rokach, one of the city’s founders and leaders, seven years before the foundation of the city itself. Since then, is has become a pantheon for major politicians and figures of Zionist movements, as well as Israeli artists and authors. Once visiting there, look for a relatively small area in which you will find the gravestones of some of the famous national figures of the country. Amongst others, you will spot the gravestone of the national poet Bialik, the city’s first legendary mayor Arlozorov, some famous Zionist leaders, such as Sheinkin and Nordao, and some famous poets and writers, like Tshernichovski and Ahad Ha’Am. In many ways, the Trumpeldor cemetery is where the city’s streets come back to life, and if you visit there a couple of days after wondering around the city center, surely you will recognize many of these names.

Hotel Metropolitan is located on the very same street, at 11 Trumpeldor St. It is an affordable yet elegant lodging option right next to the beach and is very close to the city center. A second hotel in this area is the Sun City hotel, at 9 Trumpeldor St., which is very well kept and quite intimate. It has great location, too – right next to the city’s lively markets and shopping areas, and only 500 meters from the Mediterranean promenade.

Suzana Neve Tzedek - A Magical Restaurant with Enchanting Atmosphere and Varied Menu Options

Suzana Neve Tzedek - A Magical Restaurant with Enchanting Atmosphere and Varied Menu Options

If you're looking for a restaurant with a magical and enchanting atmosphere, then Suzana is the perfect place for you. With a shaded balcony surrounded by trees and the sounds of birds singing, you'll feel transported to another world. Located where Tel Aviv first began, Suzana's has been serving up delicious meals for 27 years. They're open for 12 hours every day, offering lunch, dinner, and everything in between, including coffee, something sweet, wine, or a cocktail. Their menu is varied and includes vegetarian and vegan options. Their stuffed dishes are particularly noteworthy, including vine leaves with rice in yogurt sauce, onion stuffed with lamb, and a plate of stuffed vegetables and fruits. Their main dishes feature Bream fish on the grill, removed fish fillet in garlic cream, black rice and Swiss chard, and lamb kebabs with rice, raisins, and almonds. They also offer a variety of salads, mazats, and business menus. If you're looking for a restaurant with a unique and magical atmosphere and delicious food, then head to Suzana's. Don't forget to try their stuffed dishes and the Bream fish on the grill. Suzana's menu offers a wide variety of options, with something for everyone, including vegetarian and vegan dishes. Here are some of the standout menu options: Vine leaves with rice in yogurt sauce: This is a classic Middle Eastern dish that is packed with flavor. The vine leaves are stuffed with a mixture of rice, herbs, and spices, and then cooked in a creamy yogurt sauce. Fried calamari on onion rings: If you're a seafood lover, then this dish is a must-try. The calamari is lightly fried, giving it a crispy texture, and served on a bed of crispy onion rings. Gnocchi in pumpkin cream sauce: This is a perfect dish for vegetarians or anyone looking for a creamy and flavorful pasta dish. The gnocchi is served in a rich pumpkin cream sauce that is bursting with flavor. Lamb kebabs with rice, raisins, and almonds: This dish is a delicious and hearty meal that features tender lamb kebabs served with rice, raisins, and almonds. The flavors are perfectly balanced, making it a standout on the menu. Roasted vegetable salad with lettuce and cashew cheese: This salad is a great option for anyone looking for a healthy and flavorful meal. The roasted vegetables are served with fresh lettuce and a creamy cashew cheese that is both delicious and nutritious. Eggplant phyllo and goat cheese in tomato sauce: This dish is a vegetarian delight that features layers of crispy phyllo pastry, stuffed with eggplant and creamy goat cheese, and then baked in a tangy tomato sauce. Overall, Suzana's menu offers a wide variety of options that are sure to please everyone. Whether you're in the mood for something light and healthy or something hearty and filling, you're sure to find something that you'll love on the menu.

Frishman beach Tel Aviv

Frishman beach Tel Aviv

Frishman beach is located in the west end of Frishman Street, Near Dan Hotel and the US Embassy at the center of the Tel-Aviv promenade. The beach is beautiful and clean with nice beach beds. It is lovely to spend the day there and than cross the Yarkon street for lunch or breakfast at many different restaurants cafe's and bars. The beach is very well kept, and includes all required needed facilities for families, including first aid, life guard services, showers and toilets. The beach has no entrance fee and offers sun-tanning beds and deck chairs rental for an average charge of 12NIS during the bathing season.

Sea and Sun – Beaches of Tel Aviv

Sea and Sun – Beaches of Tel Aviv

The beautiful white beaches of Tel Aviv are the city’s most popular attraction and a must for any visitor. The magnificent promenade (“Tayelet” in Hebrew), with its beachfront cafes and restaurants, runs along the shore at the main hotel area, providing a great location for morning or afternoon jogging. Surfing The beaches are mostly crowded on weekends (Friday and Saturday), and are pleasantly quiet in early mornings, when the only brave swimmers are seniors working on their exercise. The seashores are dotted with kiosks just a few steps from the water, tan worshipers lying on beach-beds while others carefully sitting under parasols. Beautiful Mediterranean Sunset While at the beach you may find yourself moving your head from the right to the left, following local pairs playing “Matkot” (Israeli beach Tennis), and on summer evenings, soon after the beautiful Mediterranean sunset, the beaches become a great location for night hang outs, you can find many beach bars, from the new and renovated Mezizim beach bar to the one North of the Marina and others along the beach. http://www.inisrael.com/news/?p=465

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