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30 07, 2015

Jaffa Old City

2017-04-05T12:00:42+00:00July 30th, 2015|Categories: Art/Culture|2 Comments

I  became a temporary tour guide for Jaffa Old City ! Although my knowledge is terribly tepid, I attempted to steer  my sweet friends from Europe on a casual trek around the amazing monuments and attractions of this ancient area. Being a few thousand years older than myself and built in the Ottoman period, my stories [...]

6 07, 2015

Tel Aviv Cinemas

2017-04-05T12:00:43+00:00July 6th, 2015|Categories: Art/Culture|Tags: |0 Comments

If you feel the need to indulge in a evening of screen entertainment after the long day on the beach, an ideal pastime is to visit one of Tel Aviv's cinemas. I personally enjoy a bit of avant-guarde filming, foreign, cult, contemporary or independent movies as opposed to the big budget busters ( which [...]

10 06, 2015

Pride Parade 2015 -Tel Aviv

2017-04-05T15:28:16+00:00June 10th, 2015|Categories: Art/Culture|0 Comments

I take pride in the Pride Parade. Tel Aviv has a thoroughly modern and pluralistic society with a vibe of youthfulness and a buzz that I have found nowhere else in the world.  It's vibrant with superb restaurants, artisan cafes, hip clubs, culture and great retail outlets. Often fondly called "the city [...]

5 06, 2015

Presler Private Museum-Tel Aviv

2017-04-05T12:00:44+00:00June 5th, 2015|Categories: Art/Culture|2 Comments

I recently had a cordial invite to a small but very smart gallery showing in south Tel Aviv. The Presler Private Museum stands three stories proud on Wolfson Street in the Florentin district and for those of us who enjoy out of the box exhibitions this urban art institute is [...]

15 05, 2015

Contemporary Art in Tel Aviv

2017-04-05T12:00:45+00:00May 15th, 2015|Categories: Art/Culture|0 Comments

A few days ago I came across a wonderful building on Rothschild Boulevard, Tel Aviv which houses a sweet contemporary Art Gallery. Although in our house artistic tastes vastly differ, both hubbie and I agreed that this particular display of contemporary paintings was something we could both appreciate. [...]