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Casa de la Ron's guidebook

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Food scene
Super close to the apartment, just around the corner a small neighborhood cafe, with great food and a friendly service.
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Super close to the apartment, just around the corner a small neighborhood cafe, with great food and a friendly service.
The Carmel Market (the Shuk Hacarmel) is the largest market, or shuk, in Tel Aviv. A vibrant marketplace where traders sell everything from clothing to spices, and fruit to electronics, visiting the Carmel Market is a fascinating thing to do in Tel Aviv. The hustle and bustle, vibrant noise, colors and smells, as well as its reputation as the largest authentic Middle-Eastern style shuk in Tel Aviv, all combine to make the Carmel Market a favorite place for everyone from first time tourists visiting the city, to locals who come here to get the freshest fruit and vegetables, and some of the cheapest products in the city.
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Carmel Market
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The Carmel Market (the Shuk Hacarmel) is the largest market, or shuk, in Tel Aviv. A vibrant marketplace where traders sell everything from clothing to spices, and fruit to electronics, visiting the Carmel Market is a fascinating thing to do in Tel Aviv. The hustle and bustle, vibrant noise, colors and smells, as well as its reputation as the largest authentic Middle-Eastern style shuk in Tel Aviv, all combine to make the Carmel Market a favorite place for everyone from first time tourists visiting the city, to locals who come here to get the freshest fruit and vegetables, and some of the cheapest products in the city.
A magical shaded terrace, birds chirping, sea breeze and sun shining through the Ficus trees.. You have arrived at Suzanna. Suzanna has been serving a Mediterranean style menu for over ten years offering a variety of warm and cold appetizers, famous Kibbeh soups, stuffed vegetables and fruits, stews, grilled dishes and of course coffee and desserts. The wonderful atmosphere and joyful food await your next visit… In winter time is here Suzanna's courtyard is now roofed for your comfort. The menu includes soups such as Kibbeh soup, squash soup, Traditional Moroccan soup and more.. "Suzanna on the roof", the outdoor bar opens every evening at 19:00 and closes at 01:00
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Suzanna
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A magical shaded terrace, birds chirping, sea breeze and sun shining through the Ficus trees.. You have arrived at Suzanna. Suzanna has been serving a Mediterranean style menu for over ten years offering a variety of warm and cold appetizers, famous Kibbeh soups, stuffed vegetables and fruits, stews, grilled dishes and of course coffee and desserts. The wonderful atmosphere and joyful food await your next visit… In winter time is here Suzanna's courtyard is now roofed for your comfort. The menu includes soups such as Kibbeh soup, squash soup, Traditional Moroccan soup and more.. "Suzanna on the roof", the outdoor bar opens every evening at 19:00 and closes at 01:00
Ernest Hemingway's 1952 novel The Old Man and the Sea depicts the world of a poor Cuban fisherman who fights the wild sea. These elements of sea, fish and noble nature have also inspired the establishment of the well-known restaurant on Jaffa's Kedem Street and at the sea port - The Old Man and the Sea.
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The Old Man and the Sea
101 Retzif HaAliya HaShniya St
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Ernest Hemingway's 1952 novel The Old Man and the Sea depicts the world of a poor Cuban fisherman who fights the wild sea. These elements of sea, fish and noble nature have also inspired the establishment of the well-known restaurant on Jaffa's Kedem Street and at the sea port - The Old Man and the Sea.
Sightseeing
Rothschild Boulevard is one of the most important and iconic streets in Tel Aviv. Located in the heart of the White City of Tel Aviv, Rothschild Boulevard is a commercial center, with major financial institutions lining the street, a cultural center, with the main theater and concert hall of Tel Aviv, a culinary center, with tens of top restaurants, and a leisure center, with the center of the boulevard popular with dog walkers, bikers, and some of Tel Aviv’s wealthiest and most beautiful who stop off at the amazing coffee kiosks found in the center of the street.
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Rothschildův bulvár
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Rothschild Boulevard is one of the most important and iconic streets in Tel Aviv. Located in the heart of the White City of Tel Aviv, Rothschild Boulevard is a commercial center, with major financial institutions lining the street, a cultural center, with the main theater and concert hall of Tel Aviv, a culinary center, with tens of top restaurants, and a leisure center, with the center of the boulevard popular with dog walkers, bikers, and some of Tel Aviv’s wealthiest and most beautiful who stop off at the amazing coffee kiosks found in the center of the street.
The clock tower was built in 1901 in the center of Jaffa’s town square. The clock tower in Jaffa is one of seven clock towers built in Israel and of the hundred clock towers built in the Ottoman Empire in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the reign of the Turkish sultan Abdul Hamid the Second. The towers were built as part of the modern reforms guided by the sultan, in order to conduct the empire’s cities by accurate, Western timetables.
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Jaffská hodinová věž
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The clock tower was built in 1901 in the center of Jaffa’s town square. The clock tower in Jaffa is one of seven clock towers built in Israel and of the hundred clock towers built in the Ottoman Empire in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the reign of the Turkish sultan Abdul Hamid the Second. The towers were built as part of the modern reforms guided by the sultan, in order to conduct the empire’s cities by accurate, Western timetables.
On May 14, 1948, David Ben Gurion read Israel’s Declaration of Independence in this building, which has been preserved to look exactly like it did on that day. Take a guided tour to find out all about the dramatic founding of the state of Israel.
Independence Hall (Dizengoff House)
16 Rothschild Blvd
On May 14, 1948, David Ben Gurion read Israel’s Declaration of Independence in this building, which has been preserved to look exactly like it did on that day. Take a guided tour to find out all about the dramatic founding of the state of Israel.
Shopping
Jaffa is the ancient port out of which modern day Tel Aviv has grown. The Jaffa Flea Market, or, in Hebrew Shuk Hapishpishim is one of the highlights of the area with vendors selling products of any variety imaginable lining the sidewalks. Weaving your way through an array of treasure, junk, and daily basics, you’ll see everything from Judaica, Persian tiles, jewelery, old jeans, and Indian mildewed clothes. Its an incredible cultural experience, where bargaining and haggling rule the day… fun in itself.
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Jaffa's Flea Market
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Jaffa is the ancient port out of which modern day Tel Aviv has grown. The Jaffa Flea Market, or, in Hebrew Shuk Hapishpishim is one of the highlights of the area with vendors selling products of any variety imaginable lining the sidewalks. Weaving your way through an array of treasure, junk, and daily basics, you’ll see everything from Judaica, Persian tiles, jewelery, old jeans, and Indian mildewed clothes. Its an incredible cultural experience, where bargaining and haggling rule the day… fun in itself.
Every Tuesday and Friday from 10 till sundown, crafters display their wares on umbrella-shaded tables along Nahalat Binyamin Street. The Nahalat Binyamin Arts & Crafts Fair was inaugurated by the city in 1987 and is now Israel’s largest such fair, with more than 200 artists selected by a public committee. Browse the handcrafted jewelry, ceramics, toys, lampshades, clocks, paintings and Judaica while being entertained by roving performance artists of all kinds.
the market
13 Nahalat Binyamin St
Every Tuesday and Friday from 10 till sundown, crafters display their wares on umbrella-shaded tables along Nahalat Binyamin Street. The Nahalat Binyamin Arts & Crafts Fair was inaugurated by the city in 1987 and is now Israel’s largest such fair, with more than 200 artists selected by a public committee. Browse the handcrafted jewelry, ceramics, toys, lampshades, clocks, paintings and Judaica while being entertained by roving performance artists of all kinds.
Neighborhoods
Neve Tzedek may well be one of Tel Aviv’s oldest districts, but it’s still young at heart! Newe Tzedek or Neve Tsedek, as it is also known is another district of Tel Aviv which has become increasingly fashionable in recent years, as restoration works have taken place to restore it to its former glory. Built in 1887, Neve Tzedek was the first Jewish neighborhood outside of the old port city of Jaffa, built as a suburb. Its Oriental architectural style, combined with quaint, narrow streets with boutiques, make Neve Tzedek, which means Oasis of Justice, quite literally an oasis in the modern city.
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Neve Tzedek
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Neve Tzedek may well be one of Tel Aviv’s oldest districts, but it’s still young at heart! Newe Tzedek or Neve Tsedek, as it is also known is another district of Tel Aviv which has become increasingly fashionable in recent years, as restoration works have taken place to restore it to its former glory. Built in 1887, Neve Tzedek was the first Jewish neighborhood outside of the old port city of Jaffa, built as a suburb. Its Oriental architectural style, combined with quaint, narrow streets with boutiques, make Neve Tzedek, which means Oasis of Justice, quite literally an oasis in the modern city.
Welcome to the Yemenite vineyard (Kerem Hateimanim). this tiny neighborhood located beyond the Carmel market, originally founded in the 1930’s by immigrants from Yemen (therefore her name). since then it became discovered by bohemian Tel Avivians looking for inexpensive houses. even though many of the buildings are nicely renovated and influence by the artsy crowd, the neighborhood is still populated by old timers and hasn’t lost its authenticity. it is full of charming and quaint, like a village. If you are looking for spicy Yemenite food in a homey atmosphere, there are plenty of restaurants to try, Carmel market for fresh ingredients, clothes, flowers and many more, street art, bike rides in the small streets and enjoy the peace and quiet.
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Kerem HaTeimanim
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Welcome to the Yemenite vineyard (Kerem Hateimanim). this tiny neighborhood located beyond the Carmel market, originally founded in the 1930’s by immigrants from Yemen (therefore her name). since then it became discovered by bohemian Tel Avivians looking for inexpensive houses. even though many of the buildings are nicely renovated and influence by the artsy crowd, the neighborhood is still populated by old timers and hasn’t lost its authenticity. it is full of charming and quaint, like a village. If you are looking for spicy Yemenite food in a homey atmosphere, there are plenty of restaurants to try, Carmel market for fresh ingredients, clothes, flowers and many more, street art, bike rides in the small streets and enjoy the peace and quiet.
Walk, Jog, bike and scoot
The bustling Tel Aviv-Jaffa Promenade (Tayelet) is a series of boardwalks extending along the beach between the Jaffa Port in the south to Tel Baruch Beach, north of the Tel Aviv Port. This is your best opportunity for people-watching and snapping selfies against the incomparable backdrop of sea, sand and Mediterranean sunsets. Cafés and restaurants dot the central part of the promenade along Herbert Samuel Street, and there are plenty of benches where you can stop and sit along the way. If you’d like to do this on wheels, rent a green bike at any of the city’s Tel-O-Fun stations, or sign up for a Segway beachfront tour if you’re at least 16 years old. There are plenty of shared scooters scattered all around Tel-Aviv and at the promenade specifically.
Shlomo Lahat Promenade Playground
The bustling Tel Aviv-Jaffa Promenade (Tayelet) is a series of boardwalks extending along the beach between the Jaffa Port in the south to Tel Baruch Beach, north of the Tel Aviv Port. This is your best opportunity for people-watching and snapping selfies against the incomparable backdrop of sea, sand and Mediterranean sunsets. Cafés and restaurants dot the central part of the promenade along Herbert Samuel Street, and there are plenty of benches where you can stop and sit along the way. If you’d like to do this on wheels, rent a green bike at any of the city’s Tel-O-Fun stations, or sign up for a Segway beachfront tour if you’re at least 16 years old. There are plenty of shared scooters scattered all around Tel-Aviv and at the promenade specifically.