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Instead of walking through halls of exhibits, you follow a group of Palmachniks as they tell the story of their experiences during the fight for independence. Entrance to the lounge is from age 16 and above. A vibrant coastal metropolis on the Mediterranean, Tel Aviv is the cultural, financial, and technological center of Israel. Every Tuesday and Friday, the Nahalat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall in downtown Tel Aviv is taken over by more than 200 outdoor stalls, displaying everything from glassware to jewelry to local crafts. Tel Aviv University is in the suburb of Ramat Aviv. If you want excitement and thrills the Superland or Luna Park theme parks are a good options with plenty of locals, water rides and roller-coasters. Students explore this truly global city and acquire a sophisticated understanding of Israel, the Middle East and the interrelationships between cultures, political movements, and religious traditions.
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Tel Aviv is very new city with a history really only extending back 100 years, and so expectedly most attractions here are very modern with plenty of delicious restaurants, modern art galleries and hip bars. Expedia customers like its dining options and clean, quiet rooms. Buses are the best way to tour the city and a very safe way to travel. Nonstop Nightlife Hedonism is the main religion in this hip, bustling Mediterranean 'Manhattan' — there's no shortage of options for finding a party fit to your tastes. Day in and day out, ships brought merchandise to Israel's shores from all over the Mediterranean, as Israeli exports increased. Amenities at this hotel include free breakfast and free WiFi. Enjoy a freshly squeezed orange juice and a buffet breakfast of fine cheeses, fresh vegetables and hot dishes.
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