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Things worth knowing about Israel #14: Hayarkon Park, Tel Aviv for free!

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Hayarkon Park

Known as the green lung of the city, this “Central Park of Tel Aviv” attracts some 16 million visitors every year.

The urban park’s 3.8 square kilometers boast walking paths, bike paths, dozens of children play areas, botanical gardens, extensive lawns, sports facilities, two mini zoos and artificial lakes.

The park also houses paid entertainment options including an aviary, a water park, a climbing wall, a children’s train and paddleboat hire.

You can follow the Yarkon River all the way from North Tel Aviv down to the Mediterranean Sea.

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Things worth knowing about Israel #13: Tel Aviv for free!!!

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From beach boardwalks to green parks, trendy shopping to awesome nightclubs, museums to open-air markets, there’s more than enough to do in Tel Aviv. Even better: There are oodles of free options in the city. We chose  18 of the best things to do in Tel Aviv without spending a shekel.

The Tel Aviv-Jaffa Promenade is a bustling walkway that connects Old Jaffa in the south to the northern neighborhoods of the city. Come here for gorgeous sunsets, people-watching, yummy food at one of the cafés or restaurants along the promenade, or to hear some of the best classical music buskers you’re likely to come across.

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Things worth knowing about Israel #12: Beaches

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Tel Aviv’s west side is a 13-kilometer (eight-mile) stretch of sandy beaches, prompting National Geographic magazine to call Tel Aviv “Miami Beach on the Med.

You can’t really go wrong no matter where you set down your towel.

Gordon Beach is one of the most famous, attracting tourists, locals, joggers and sun-tanners all year round. Stop by Saturday mornings in winter (11am to 2pm) or evenings in summer (8pm to 10pm) and give public Israeli folk dancing a whirl.

Banana Beach, located on the southernmost edge near Jaffa, draws the bohemian crowds on Friday evenings for drum circles, singing and dancing.


Metzizim Beach draws a smattering of everyone to its sandy shores. Catch a game of matkot (paddleball) or bring your kids to the children’s playground.

Hilton Beach (near the hotel) is the gay beach, and Jerusalem Beach is also very LGBT friendly.

So pack your lotion, towel and good book to read – sandy Tel Aviv on the shoreline of the Mediterranean Sea awaits.

Things worth knowing about Israel #12: Tel Aviv is consistently included by travel magazines among their best picks.

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The Lonely Planet ranked Tel Aviv among its Top 10 action-packed cities and the world’s Top Three Cities.

National Geographic fell in love with Tel Aviv’s shoreline.

Conde Nast Traveler magazine highlighted the city’s uniqueBauhaus architecture and heaped praise on its ice cream parlors and bars.

Tel Aviv holds the title for World’s Best Gay city. And Travelers Digest voted it a city full of beautiful people, and i totally agree!!!

Daniel, from Tel Aviv. What do you thonk?

Daniel, from Tel Aviv. What do you thonk?

From beach boardwalks to green parks, trendy shopping to awesome nightclubs, museums to open-air markets, there’s more than enough to do in Tel Aviv.

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Things worth knowing about Israel #11: Neve Tzedek

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The first, or oldest neighborhood in Tel Aviv is Neve Tzedek- built by Ashkenazi settlers between 1887 and 1896, Neve Tzedek has since been renovated and revived. It is now a chic cultural center that is home toSuzanne Dellal, Israel's premier dance center; numerous hip bars and restaurants; and historical monuments.

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Things worth knowing about Israel #10: The name Tel-Aviv

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The name Tel-Aviv (תל-אביב) literally refers to a springtime archeological hill where many civilizations built one on top of another.  "To break it down, "Aviv" means "springtime" and "tel" is an archeological hill that is created after people build on top of one another over thousands of years. So now you know that Tel-Aviv is one seriously jam-packed name!  The city was dubbed Tel-Aviv in 1910 only after much deliberation, and the actual wording was taken from a passage from the Bible in the Book of Ezekiel: "Then I came to them of the captivity at Tel-Abib, that dwelt by the river of Chebar, and I sat where they asat and remained there astonished among them seven days."

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Things worth knowing about Israel #9: 18 Interesting facts about Jersusalem

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Jerusalem is unique among the cities of the world, with special, although differing, claims on the religious and cultural sentiments of millions of Jews, Christians, and Muslims. It is holy for the three monotheistic religions because of religiously significant events that took place in the city. Visiting Jerusalem is part of our Mansion Experience in Israel, which you can book here.  Follows some “fun facts” about the city.

1. Jerusalem has 1,578 public gardens and parks.

2. On average 1,100 tons of trash are picked up and thrown away and 8,500 km of road are swept daily.

3. Jerusalem has over 2,000 archeological sites.

4. There are over 30,000 volunteer workers in Jerusalem

 

5. Jerusalem has over 70 cultural centers that teach art, music, poetry, literature, and performance to young people.

6. There are more than 60 museums in Jerusalem.

7. There are 90 hotels in Jerusalem hosting over 9,000 hotel rooms.

8. There are 30 annual festivals in Jerusalem, the most in all of Israel.

9. There are 26 wineries in Jerusalem.

10. A lion is the emblem of the municipality of Jerusalem.

11. Throughout Jewish history, Jews have wanted to be buried on Mount of Olives. There is estimated to be about 150,000 graves dating back to the 15th century till now.

12. There are 7 open gates in the Old City of Jerusalem.


13. Jerusalem is the focal point of the three Jewish holidays of Sukkot, Pesach, and Shavuot.

14. In the days of Abraham, Jerusalem was called Shalem.

15. The First Temple was overseen by 3,300 men and built by 150,000 Jewish workers.

16. King David was buried on Mount Zion.

17. There are over 6,000 species of plants in the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens.

18. The length of the wall surrounding the old city is 4 kilometers.

source: hubpages.com/hub/Fun-Facts-Jerusalem

ps.: you can read other curiosities about Tel Aviv in this blog. I hope you enjoy it.

  

Things worth knowing about Israel #8: language

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The main language used for communication among Israeli citizens is Modern Hebrew, a language based on different dialects of ancient Hebrew and somewhat influenced by many languages (Slavic languages, Arabic, Aramaic, German and others). Hebrew and Arabic are the official languages of Israel but currently most road and turistic signs are in english also.
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Things worth knowing about Israel #7: Entrepreneurs in Israel

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Israel has the third highest rate of entrepreneurship – and the highest rate among women and among people over 55 – in the world. With more than 3,000 high-tech companies and start-ups, the country has also the highest concentration of hi-tech companies in the planet (apart from the Silicon Valley). "Israeli society is much more forgiving of failures, and you have to also realize this is a society which is being – if you look at the legacy of this group, they always try new things. They always move from place to place, they always try to do other things, to do different things. If you look at the country, you know, the whole country is a startup" explains Yossi Vardi, a High-Tech Entrepreneur, to Discovery Channel.
Read more: http://curiosity.discovery.com/que…/high-tech-startup-israel
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Things worth knowing about Israel #6: Shabbat

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Shabbat is the Jewish day of rest and seventh day of the week, on which religious
Jews remember the Biblical creation of the heavens and the earth in six days and the Exodus of the Hebrews, and look forward to a future Messianic Age. Shabbat observance entails refraining from work activities, often with great rigor, and engaging in restful activities to honor the day. It is observed from a few minutes before sunset on Friday evening until the appearance of three stars in the sky on Saturday night.
www.themansionexperience.comThings worth knowing about Israel #8:
Shabbat is the Jewish day of rest and seventh day of the week, on which religious
Jews remember the Biblical creation of the heavens and the earth in six days and the Exodus of the Hebrews, and look forward to a future Messianic Age. Shabbat observance entails refraining from work activities, often with great rigor, and engaging in restful activities to honor the day. It is observed from a few minutes before sunset on Friday evening until the appearance of three stars in the sky on Saturday night.
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Meet the one and only international sensation Offer Nissim, for many people Tel Aviv Pride main attraction.

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Offer Nissim burst onto the international scene when he produced Israel's entrant in the 1998 Eurovision song contest, the appropriately named Dana International. When the transsexual performer was the surprise winner, her success took her fellow Israeli musical Svengali right along with her. From there, it's been nothing but an upward trajectory for the DJ, who has developed an enviable track record of playing major gay parties across the U.S. and the world.




Born in Tel Aviv, Nissim stumbled into DJing at the tender age of 15, when he was asked to replace the headliner, who was a no-show. He began to develop what has become a following that few DJs anywhere can top for fan devotion. As the Tel Aviv gay club scene burgeoned into what is now considered one of the world's premier gay party cities, Nissim developed a style that successfully combined tribal House with an upbeat and even ethereal sound not normally associated with that genre.

In 1993, he began his work in the studio that has led him to commissioned remixes for a roster of dance divas which includes Madonna, Beyonce, Deborah Cox, Suzanne Palmer, Rihanna, Britney Spears, Donna Summer and — are you ready for this? — Barbra Streisand, whom he worked with on a version of "Avinu Malkeinu," the Hebrew liturgical chant Jews sing during their High Holy Days as a confession of sins and begging God's forgiveness. Probably his best-known and certainly most fruitful collaborations have been with Maya Simontov, the Israeli chanteuse known simply as Maya, for whom he has produced a string of hits.

Although he had built up a name and huge fan base in Israel and Europe, he was still largely unknown in the United States until 2004, when the late superstar DJ/producer Peter Rauhofer listened to some of his albums and invited Nissim to record for the label he started, Star 69. With Rauhofer and his label backing him, Nissim quickly became a fixture in U.S. clubs and especially on the Circuit. Today, his residencies — at the "Forever Tel Aviv" parties; The Week in Sao Paulo, Brazil; and Mix in Paris — reflect a DJ who has truly become a citizen of the world.

With his flowing, long blond hair and androgynous good looks, Nissim has distinguished himself as one of the very few DJs gay men will look to while they're dancing. What they'll see is a DJ who doesn't bend over the turntables, so engrossed with his mixing that he tunes out the dance floor. Nissim has become famous for dancing in the booth, his arms waving wildly as he seemingly conducts the cheering crowds along with his grand orchestrations. In fact, Nissim's style is responsible for a sea change in the way gay DJs relate to their audience. It's no longer uncommon to see the DJ interacting with the crowd and feeding off their energy.

Credit Offer for turning the DJ into part of the fun.

Things worth knowing about Israel #5

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The main language used for communication among Israeli citizens is Modern Hebrew, a language based on different dialects of ancient Hebrew and somewhat influenced by many languages (Slavic languages, Arabic, Aramaic, German and others). Hebrew and Arabic are the official languages of Israel but currently most road and turistic signs are in english also.
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Things worth knowing about Israel #4

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A Prolific Society. Sexy men and wine is not the only things Israel produces a lot of. The country also produces many scholars, leaders, and peacemakers. Since its creation in 1948, Israel has generated 10 Nobel Prize winners. It is surpassed by only 10 other countries, all of which are centuries older, and most of which have a significantly larger population!
photo: Albert Einstein, born in Germany to a Jewish family, is perhaps the most famous scientist of all time.
http://en.wikipedia.org/…/List_of_Nobel_laureates_by_country

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Things worth knowing about Israel #3

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Israel is a small country with a variety of places worth a visit. The whole country can be crossed in no more than 10 hours (driving) and the landscape changes drastically (green nature north and desert in the south). The Mansion will take their guests to two must to visit places in the country: Jerusalem and the Dead Sea.
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Things worth knowing about Israel #2

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There has been a long time Israel is not only for religious travelers. In the past 10 years, it gaining ground and places itself among the most popular for gay tourism. To the the point of in 2011, in a pool carried out by American Airlines and GayCities.com, the city was voted as the most popular destination for gay travelers. The webpage well described Tel Aviv as 'the gay capital of the Middle East is exotic with a Mediterranean c'est la vie attitude'. I agree.
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The Mansion Tel Aviv - things worth knowing about Israel #1

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From june 9 till june 16 The Mansion will connect guys from all over the world to one of the most beautiful countries in the planet. During the next days we will share curiosities and  things worth knowing about Israel.

#1 Dead Sea
The Dead Sea is the lowest place in the world. 427 meters below sea level. Beyond the beauty of the salt lake, muddy water and sand, both of which have medicinal qualities
So when you visit Israel, take at least one day at the Dead Sea - highly recommended! Of course we will take our guests there. Do you want to join the experience?