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How a Tel Aviv Apartment is like a New Relationship

in Life, Culture & Sports

I turn her on and hit her on the side twice. It’s the only way she works, my washing machine. She came with the apartment and remained a mystery for the first month. Can she spin or is she broken? After a few trials and many errors, I discovered her secret – she just needs…

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Journey Out of Jerusalem

in Economy & Innovation/Life, Culture & Sports

You would think the capital city of Israel and the holiest city in the world would bring an influx of new residents every year – and it does. However, the population rate shows that more people are leaving Jerusalem than entering the city, and it’s been going on for a number of consecutive years. In…

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Tel Aviv Transportation is Rolling with the Times

in Economy & Innovation

If there is one thing everyone in Israel can agree on, it is the disastrous parking situation in Tel Aviv. Residents can spend hours looking for parking spots, which increases frustration, air pollution, and traffic congestion in the city that never sleeps. The Tel Aviv municipality is finally making moves to create a long term…

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Tel Aviv is a Cruel, Cruel Renter’s World

in Life, Culture & Sports

“The apartment comes with a cat. If you don’t take the cat, you don’t take the apartment.” This was one of the more tame demands made by a Tel Aviv landlord, where street cats apparently get higher priority than humans. Demands run from the completely absurd to the highly inappropriate. This one example is simple…

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Visitors from China and India Boost Israel’s Tourism

in Life, Culture & Sports/Tourism & Nature

Israeli tourism has experienced many losses in the past, and there is finally good news again. This past November, Israel saw an all-time high of 287,900 tourists, which is an increase of 38% since last November. Tourism Minister Yariv Levin mentions there were “intense marketing efforts directed especially at new countries like China and India,…

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