Young IDF soldier playing saxophone on the Tel Aviv boardwalk near Jaffa, May 3, 2012.
“The port area is a mixed suburb of buildings, interlaced by small streets, the main one of square cobblestones. Scores of shops, pubs, art and exhibition galleries, entertainment centers and restaurants – from Eastern European to Ethiopian, from kosher to crabs, from spaghetti bolognaise to bourekas – have gone up not far from the garages and large stores. The nearer you get to the boardwalk and the sea, the more places you find to eat and drink.”
Mike Porter, Tel Aviv Boardwalk, Ezra Magazine
Jewish Press Staff
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