TEL Aviv, only an hour by car and less by train and yet a world away from Jerusalem.
The White City that never sleeps, its golden stretch of beaches hot, humid
and inviting in summer, and on visits in years past, not the easiest place to find a kosher restaurant (fortunately for those looking, there’s no lack of them today).
But how did I not see, how did I not know, that it’s the most Jewish city in the world! A day tour opened my eyes, heart and mind to that very reality, and what better time to share this than on the anniversary of Tel Aviv’s founding on April 11, 1909.
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