I adore Tel Aviv. Everything about this city seems amazing to me: the free-spirited-too-cool-for-anyone people, hidden coffee shops, an atmosphere that just makes you feel good, and of course the beaches with sand as soft as flour. Give me a day off, and I would probably be on a train to Tel Aviv by the time you finish your sentence. Sadly, photos could never portray enough how delightful this city is. It's only been 4 days since I started my Passover break, and I've already been there twice, and booked a couple more trips. Yesterday I met up with an old friend. We ate, took silly photos of each other, ate some more, went to the beach, got a fabulous sunburn on one shoulder (which makes wearing bras extremely uncomfortable), and just wandered around. I'm saving the beach photos for another post as I feel this had gotten a bit long, but I'll make sure to post them as soon as possible. I also visited the Tel Aviv museum of art recently with my dad, so a post about that will be up soon as well.
I hope you guys are having a lovely beginning of Spring, and if you're celebrating Passover- I hope your cedar is not as long as ours. Hopefully I'll get through it without stabbing myself first.