Rhine River Cruise and Israel-Day 17

Yesterday we said farewell to the enchanted city of Jerusalem and our cabbie, Eli, picked us up and drove us to Tel Aviv, the last stop on our trip.

We checked in to the Intercontinental David Hotel and walked across the street to the beach.  We had salad and falafel in a little beachside cafe and then walked back to the hotel to relax by the lovely pool–a nice change of pace from our hectic schedule in Jerusalem!

Tel Aviv Beach

Tel Aviv Beach

I captured these shots of the sunset from my hotel room on the 16th floor.

And this view of the city–

Tel Aviv from our hotel

Tel Aviv from our hotel

We had a glass of wine in the hotel and walked to a wonderful restaurant, right on the water, called Manta Ray.  It is has been very warm here in Israel, and was still 82 degrees at 10:00 p.m.  We ate outside with small waves lapping below and then walked backed to the hotel on the promenade along the water.

About Susan Gutterman

I am an amateur photographer and occasional blogger, living in northern California. I also enjoy reading, walking, traveling, volunteering and spending time with my family and my yellow lab, Gabby.
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2 Responses to Rhine River Cruise and Israel-Day 17

  1. autistsix says:

    I had heard looking at other people’s travel pictures was dull, but I love all your photos, beautiful scenery, interesting things and the lovely happy snaps of you and your family & friends. Thank you so much for sharing your lovely holiday!

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