Why Do I Love Tel Aviv Beaches!

by Iain Porter
(St.Thomas, USVI, USA)

Actually the answer is really easy.

My boss sent me on a contract with an Israel company which I enjoyed immensely. He told me it would be for approximately 6 months. As an engineer I was sort of bored for the initial 3 months because I was locked in to the 'Boring' company. As it turned out it was the best move I ever made.

I met the Israeli girl of my dreams and as my life developed I ended up getting married and did so in the Church of Scotland in Jerusalem. - Best move I ever made!!

Back down to the beach we went promising to make a point of coming back to Tel Aviv and I never looked back!!!

I love Israel with a passion and we'll always come back if for no other reason than to remember the great times we had.

Of course I'd love you to print our story but it's doubtful if you will when we consider the ammount of people that come to Israel annually,

Kindest regards,
Iain Porter

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GORDON BEACH

by JUTTA AMBS
(WESTMOUNT, QC CANADA)

Wonderful Gordon Pool near the Tel Aviv Marina

Wonderful Gordon Pool near the Tel Aviv Marina

Wonderful Gordon Pool near the Tel Aviv Marina
Playing Volleyball at Gordon Beach in Tel Aviv

I loved Gordon beach. I stayed in Tel Aviv for 10 days last July and it was just amazing. The beach was wonderful and the Gordon pool right next door also.

Playing volleyball in the late afternoon was great too. Nice to meet other tourists and the 'natives' over a game.

However, the beach I loved most in Israel was in Haifa.

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Dying to know about a Tel Aviv Beach?

by Jennifer
(USA )

I went to Tel Aviv 40 years ago to enjoy your Beautiful beaches.

I was young and have a distinct memory of a large fortress on one of the beaches that I visited. I was told it was Medieval but I do not know ?

What was it and where? I hope you can tell me!

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