In Tel Aviv I go to a nightclub, a synagogue....

Trip Start Sep 09, 2007
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Trip End Sep 28, 2007


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Sunday, September 16, 2007

In the next few days I continue my small explorations, mostly to places I know and like and have some kind of meaning for me. I also continue to eat well with and without my family. My brother takes us to Herbert Samuel, a new restaurant serving Tapas style food and located across from the sea and boardwalk in the south of Tel Aviv. I also eat more great hummus with fuul at a few old favorites such as Hummus Ashkara and Abu Hassan and enjoy  simple grocery items such as the bread, fruits and vegetables, 9% cheese and the eternal malt beer. I even like some of the junk food, such as the "Spanish" burger with fries and Thousand Island dressing at the local burger chain called  Burger Ranch (web site in Hebrew).

Rosh Ha Shana dinner with the family goes well. We go to my cousin Iris' large house in a suburb of Tel Aviv. Iris and her sister Sigal are identical twins and they are both married and just had kids. They are both hard workers (hi tech and business) and very attractive. So it's a big dinner with the husbands and babies, aunt, uncle. grandmother and the woman who lives with her (caretaker) and us. Slowly, you are getting to know my family, by the way. All goes well, the babies are cute and everyone is happy.

Earlier on I went to a local synagogue by the apartment for the Rosh Ha Shana service. I return to this synagogue on Yom Kippur too and I'll tell you more about it soon. Finally, for the first time I get to go to friends of mines music venue and bar which they opened a year ago.  The place is doing very well and is always hopping with a young and not so young crowd. I go to the rosh Ha Shanna dance party with DJs and have a great time helping out at the register and seeing my friends and the many cuties. My friends have been written about in  Israeli media. The place has performances almost every night. Rock, jazz, ethnic, alternative, hip hop, classical and more and there is a great bar. Definitely worth checking out if you are in Tel Aviv, it is called Levontin 7 (which is also the address).
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