19.08.2011 19.Aw-Elul, 5771
Travel expert Joe Yudin introduces "the road less traveled" as well as some new discoveries at more well-known sites.
I used to wander around Neve Tzedek in the early 1990’s. The buildings were falling apart, the roads were riddled with potholes, but it still had that cultural feeling of the immigrants and the artists who had settled there in the 50’s and 60’s.
It was a charming, but rundown neighborhood. There were a couple of great bohemian bars, a few funky struggling galleries and some pretty cool flea market type thrift shops. It seemed that there was a “For Sale” sign on every other dilapidated building, and I was positive that this neighborhood would be the next big deal in Tel Aviv….