The harbour is the entrance to a city and a place where fireworks gather. Walking through it, I probably saw the color of the city.
The capital of Israel, Tel Aviv, is full of modern and classical blends, every step is a surprise. The impression of the city was opened by the leisure at the foot of the ancient city of Jaffa.
Another fascinating place in Tel Aviv is the beautiful coastline. The Mediterranean is like a blue gem, attracting many surfers. Our hotel is right by the sea, and every day I see young people surfing outside from the window. There are also beautiful bikini girls and daddy with children, enjoying the sunshine of the Mediterranean. Of course, there are teenagers in the sunset!
When I landed in Tel Aviv, I didnt feel the same. After six hours of jet lag, we were already sitting in a sunny restaurant on Rothschild Street for breakfast. The same as the restaurant was the smile of the waiters little brother. Breakfast on local specialties. Tel Aviv is a vibrant city. It is a bit like some European cities. The roads are clean and tidy. There are many people in this city. There are many Bauhaus buildings. As an art student, walking in the textbooks, I feel very good. Feelings are also very romantic. There are also students singing and dancing in the square. They said that there is no venue for organizing activities on the weekend. They went straight to Jaffa. Everyone is very energetic. Seeing the camera will crowd and greet me.
Tel Aviv is often referred to as the never-staying city. It is the first modern Jewish city built in Israel and the cultural and financial center of the country. It is full of vitality everywhere, with a variety of cultures, arts, entertainment, and colorful nightlife.
At first sight, Tel Aviv is the sea of clear skies. There is a colorful log cabin by the sea, sitting on the entire Mediterranean. I thought it was a viewing platform, but I never thought it was a beautiful place.
The room is small, but it is all available. The decoration is beautiful, from small blankets to coffee cups, each of which is carefully selected. I don't know how much the owner of this homestay loves this sea and gives it the most beautiful color.
I have a colorful dream, facing the sea, spring blossoms.
yearning for life, but at the moment...
On the rest day in Israel, the Carmel Market, the largest traditional market in Tel Aviv, is invigorating. A small street a few hundred meters long is lined with small stalls. Local people buy fresh vegetables, fruits, spices, snacks and other daily necessities every day. I also like the craft fairs on the pedestrian street next to the market every Tuesday and Friday. The crafts of each booth are extremely sensational, almost all of which are unique works created by local craftsmen. When we went to the Pulin Festival in Israels national carnival, we also encountered local people who specially dressed up when they were hanging out in the market. Buying a favorite craft in the art market, or eating a street lunch at the Carmel market is the best choice for Be as a local.
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Israel, Tel Aviv
Israel has both traditional and religious festivals of the nation, as well as many exotic festivals. In addition to Talmud (Moses), many Moses' memorial festivals, such as Passover, Sukkot, Yom Kippur, etc., are established according to God's promises.
Israel has held the Dragon Boat Festival since 2012. It lasts for three days once a year. On average, there are more than 20 teams participating in the competition. The lineup of people who believe in different ethnic groups sitting on a dragon boat and struggle to paddle is definitely not the way. Night Tan.
I participated in the Dragon Boat Festival, which is the largest in Israel in recent years. The excitement in the center is more than two points.
Watching the Israelis draw dragon boats, kick the scorpion, write calligraphy, and the Chinese flag flying around. Feel the international influence brought by the increasingly powerful national power, I really want to say a word
Encountering the college's carnival warm-up, Snow, the hunger game, boy all have. Before the Festival, you can see the small fresh meat in the city, and the atmosphere is really good!
Right, Jaffa Old Town, there is also a fun project to find the twelve constellations of Jaffa Old Town #See how many can you find?
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Hummus (Chickpea Sauce)
Almost every meal in Israel has this Homs as a starter. It is suitable to eat with bread before meals. The hummus is often covered with sesame sauce, pine nuts, mushrooms and spices. It is not bad to mix and eat together.
Pita is hollow in the middle, you can put a variety of sauces, salads inside, a little Chinese feeling. Because it is a very popular and very convenient staple food, it is especially popular among locals.
Falafel is a healthy fried vegetable cake. The general fare fee is matched with mashed tomatoes, carrots or cucumbers to reduce the greasy feeling.
Israel Couscous is a kind of pasta that looks like cereals. It can be eaten as a staple food alone, or with vegetables and meat. Eat with fruit, sugar, or nuts. is a food that can be casually matched.
Israel's Bourekas looks a bit like a big fried dumpling, and some are more like pizza stuffing. It can be seen on the buffet table for breakfast.
Tel Aviv, the capital and the modern city, lacks the solemnity of Jerusalem but has more freedom and openness. It is considered to be Israel's most international economic center.
is also characterized by active, modern, cosmopolitanism, and is recognized as the cultural capital of Israel. Named after the surname of the famous Jewish financial family "Rosschild", Rothschild Street is the most expensive place in Tel Aviv. This street is not wide, but the Bauhaus buildings on both sides of the street are very eye-catching.
The urban area of Tel Aviv, represented by these buildings, was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in July 2003. The name is White City. It is rare that the main urban area of a countrys administrative capital is rated as cultural heritage as a whole. After the end of the Second World War, especially after the founding of Israel, Jews from all over the world moved to Israel, and housing became an urgent problem to be solved.
Since the "Bauhaus" architectural style is not high, the balcony is long and wide, the window is narrow, not only beautiful and practical, but also the sun is warm, which is very suitable for the Mediterranean climate of Tel Aviv, so the "Bauhaus" continues to expand. . The outer walls of these small buildings are mostly white or light white, and they are particularly eye-catching under the sunlight, so Tel Aviv is known as the "white city."