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What is Tel Aviv for me? - Der deutsche Kibbutz
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What is Tel Aviv for me?

Tel Aviv for me is over 300 days of sun a year;
Tel Aviv for me is hitting the beach in november;
Tel Aviv for me is going to a bar in flip-flops;
Tel Aviv for me is spending 30 minutes a day looking for parking;
Tel Aviv for me is traffic jams;
Tel Aviv for me is going to eat a burger at 2 am;
Tel Aviv for me is a non-stop city;
Tel Aviv for me is partying all night and then grabbing breakfast at the Benedict;
Tel Aviv for me is a city that fits everybody – muslims/jews/religious/secular/gay/hetero etc.;
Tel Aviv for me is the dogs-only beach;
Tel Aviv for me is running a marathon in the middle of the city – ok, not really, I don’t do marathons and I hate them because they jam the city on marathon days;
Tel Aviv for me is hearing more english than hebrew on some days;
Tel Aviv for me is the best restaurants in the world;
Tel Aviv for me is an outrageously priced Pita with a fried egg and sausage from Eyal Shani;
Tel Aviv for me is going to Shuk Levinski with friends on friday, eating great food and being drunk all before 6pm;
Tel Aviv for me is working on your startup all day at Rothschild Av., and grabbing a staff-beer on the beach after work.

Yours
Jonathan Glick

Jonathan Glick