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Shopping and Noshing in Tel Aviv...

Birdwatching in Israel...

As Israel is uniquely situated at a strategic point on the migration route of millions of birds of several hundred species and is also the wintering site for thousands of birds, the birdwatching opportunities are endless, all year round. The Israel Ornithological Center of the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel offers a variety of birdwatching tours. The tours are day tours and half-day tours and usually depart on Fridays from central Tel Aviv. Transport is either by bus or in private cars.

And, although the tours are guided in Hebrew, the guides and the participants would be very happy to welcome visitors and translate the information for them. We can also organize birdwatching tours, tailor-made to your requirements, with English-speaking guides. We send out an (almost) monthly email newsletter with birding news from various centers in Israel.Journeywomen who would like to receive this (free) newsletter and additional information about birdwatching in Israel should contact Laya Labi:


Small neighbourhood hotel in Tel Aviv...

building_3I just spent two nights at the small (ish) family owned, 3-star Hotel Gilgal in Tel Aviv. It's located on a small, interesting street just five minutes from the Mediterranean Sea. The rooms are well appointed and spotless. Bathrooms are modern and efficient. Guests enjoy free WIFI and special beach towels are handed out at reception should you plan a day at the shore. Full and filling Israeli breakfasts are served in their rooftop restaurant and best of all there is a lovely, welcoming casual ambiance about this whole place. I loved their complimentary tea and coffee station situated in the ground floor lounge. Home baked cookies were always available. Bonus: It is a 10 minute walk to the Carmel Market and two minutes from a sweet cafe at the corner. Highly recommended. Tell them Journeywoman sent you:) Website:
Evelyn Hannon, Journeywoman Editor


Our Journeywoman Tel Aviv Photo Gallery...

There was so much to see as I walked the streets of Tel Aviv, I never put my camera away. Instead I held it in my hand, ready to capture the next colorful, interesting thing I came across. My pal and guide, Sunny acted as my model in many of the photos -- sometimes posed but more often candid. Click here to see many of the things I talked about in this article. Enjoy!


Know before you go...

Tel Aviv Tourist Information Office -- 46 Herbert Samuel St.
Police Station -- 221 Dizengoff Street

Emergency Phone Numbers:
Police 100
Magen David Adom First Aid 101
Fire Department 102

More on Tel Aviv and Israel please visit: Israel Ministry of Tourism.

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