Tel Aviv is going vintage

 
 

One cup filled with foam to the top with one shot of espresso on the side. 3 times a day. 3 kilometers of swimming in an outdoor pool every morning. Creamy cottage cheese on a whole wheat hazelnut cracker for breakfast. Social Club, Friday afternoon drinks at Shishko, Wineberg wine bar on Friday night,¬†Bazel street just before midnight. Pomelo. Touring the vintage scene in Old Jaffa. Arabic salad in Pua’a cafe and mint tea right after. The French movie La Delicatesse with Audrey Tautou, Delicatessen restaurant in Yehuda Halevi street. Graffiti walking tour all over Tel Aviv and a stopover for coffee at Loveat, Gan Hachashmal. Bauhaus buildings all over the city, Bakeri on Yavne street and avoiding bread on Passover. The great Intouchables movie, the new building of Tel Aviv museum. The renovated Habima Theater and watching the sunset on the beach. Catching up with old friends, catching up with new ones, catching my breath in some points at night. Celebrating a friend’s birthday at Nanutchka, having a dessert at Rotschild 12. 2 pairs of jeans, one full shopping day with my sister and many afternoons with my nephew. Getting upset because of some¬†bureaucracy issues, and yet, enjoying the old style of celebrating Independence Day in the streets of Tel Aviv….Priceless.

Tel Aviv, My Life in Polaroids, TravelTel Aviv, My Life in Polaroids, Travel

Tel Aviv, My Life in Polaroids, Travel

Tel Aviv, My Life in Polaroids, Travel

Tel Aviv, My Life in Polaroids, Travel

Tel Aviv, My Life in Polaroids, Travel

Tel Aviv, My Life in Polaroids, Travel

Tel Aviv, My Life in Polaroids, Travel

Tel Aviv, My Life in Polaroids, Travel

Tel Aviv, My Life in Polaroids, Travel

Tel Aviv, My Life in Polaroids, Travel

Tel Aviv, My Life in Polaroids, Travel

Tel Aviv, My Life in Polaroids, Travel

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3 Comments

Chedva

May 4, 2012 5:02 am

Wow, I stopped to catch my breath eve just from reading it. It was wonderful getting to spend some time with you, Sivan. Love how you captured the essence of your visit in those photos.

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Megan @Hg2

May 30, 2012 12:17 pm

Found this post while searching for Tel Aviv blogs and absolutely LOVE your photos. Really gorgeous layout. Thanks for sharing! Do you visit Tel Aviv often?

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Sivan

May 30, 2012 3:29 pm

Thanks Megan, I travel to Tel Aviv twice a year for a month, usually during the Holidays :-) stay tuned for more images of Tel Aviv

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