guests can put their clothes/things in the 5 big shelves of the Cabinet and hanging their clothes on the hat stand
Shalom and welcom to my home :)
My apartment is in the centre of Tel Aviv, 12 minutes walk from the train station to the airport, Haifa or Akko (Acre), 10 minutes from a direct bus to Jerusalem or Dead Sea, 3 to 4 minutes from Tel Aviv modern art museum.
8 minutes from Rabin Sq. 15 minutes to Dizingof centre, 15 minutes to Rotchild, 15 minutes from Azrieli mall + the indoor observation deck of TLV and 20 to 25 minutes from the beach.
My apartment is in a small street between Weizman street, Arlozrov, Iben Gvirol and Sderot David Hamelech.
there are many buses around my home, but TLV is a small town and you can walk everywhere, if you like....
or rent a bicycle in the "rent stations" and 2 are near my home, one on Weizman street and one on David Hamelech Bulv.
you can use the kitchen
my home is a free fast WiFi, you can use my computer if you don't have any..
I have towels, sheets, blankets, pillows...
I have Hair dryer if you need.
I offer my guests different kinds of Tea/Herbal Tea with brown sugar/honey and "mud coffee" an Israeli way of doing coffee (strong and tasty).
no need to buy mineral water, as i've bought a water "mini bar" which gives cold water, room temperature and boil water.
I have an extra bedroom for guests with a very comfortable orthopaedic bed which can open for 2.
guests can put their clothes in the 5 big shelves of the Cabinet + hanging clothes on the "hat stand".
there is an air conditioner and a ceiling fan in your room.
if you are 3 people, 2 sleep in the room and one can sleep on the sofa bed in the living room. when you get up in the morning i'll fix the sofa, so we (you and me) can sit on the sofa.
we share the bathroom and the living room.
I live on the third floor but there is an elevator if you have an heavy suitcase.
there are 8 steps from the elevator to my apartment.
I have maps and a lot of information about TLV and other towns and i can even be your guide on Friday, a day I don't work. I love to walk and to show my guests TLV and Yaffo, (if you feel like, of course!)
I'm living on my own, travelled for many years around the world, now-a-days due to my work in the hospital (across the street), my vacation are too short and i'm always happy to meet new people from different countries.
I like when my guests feel like at home. "home away from home"
There is a supermarket in Weizman centre across the street which is open till 10PM and 2 supermarkets in Iben Gvirol street across Rabin sq. which are open 24 hours a day!
in Weizman centre, you also have Aroma coffee, and different kinds of food like Chinese, Japanese, or "on the fire" as we say in Hebrew for different kind of meat in Pita with Humus etc..
I don't smoke and it's a non smoking home!
it's very important for me that you'll be a trustworthy, honest and clean person!
if you use the kitchen, please wash your dishes and leave it clean.
don't bring visitors and respect my home please.
i'm not always able to answer right away, as i'm very busy at work, (oncology department in the hospital). i do check morning, noon and evening.. so please be patient, as i'll always answer :~}
No smoking inside the building!
I don't take cleaning fee nor deposit, as it's my home, so please clean after yourself...
don't bring visitors and respect my home as it was yours.
Micky is a marvelous host and the location was excellent! It's a short walk to the Tel Aviv Central Train station if you're doing some further exploring in Israel. And, in Tel Aviv, much of what you will want to see is all in walking distance, the Art Museum, Rabin Square, the Carmel Market, the old parts of Tel Aviv, etc. But, if you want, you can easily explore further with the bus and taxis were reasonable the time I needed one. If you happen to be a writer, like me, and you need the occasional coffee shop writing fix, the Aroma Cafe at the Weizman Shopping Center is also a short walk away. Enjoyed my stay very much - todah rabah, Micky. :-)
Micky has a very nice decorated apartment in a quiet and nice neighborhood. I worked in Tel Aviv Medical Center for this period and the apartment was very close to hospital. I felt safe and comfortable during my stay and Micky was helpful to me.
I enjoyed my stay at Micky's place very very much. The apartment is lovely, situated in a wonderful area. Close to a big shopping mall, some major streets that will quickly take you downtown, and also the buss and train station. Although the area is central, it's very quiet, so you can really rest, when you need it. Micky is a wonderful host. Explains everything nicely and patiently, respects your privacy, and gives many ideas about where to go and what to do. I enjoyed coming home in the evening and sharing my impressions with her. You feel safe and well taken care of! I'd be happy to re-visit some time again.
chambre très commode par sa localisation dans un quartier très proches de tous les moyens de communications urbains et inter-villes( bus, trains)
I was really happy to stay at Micky's place. It's very well located - really close to the center of the city on one hand and on the other hand it's near the bus and train stations which makes traveling across the country very easy (Jerusalem, the Dead Sea and other destinations). Micky's place is very clean and nicely decorated, it's in a rather quiet street, but just round the corner there's a busy junction with supermarkets and other shops. Micky is a wonderful host and very helpful - she gave me plenty of advice on what to do in the city and travel across Israel. She even took me to Jaffa which was very nice of her. She travelled a lot and it's so interesting to talk to her. I'll definitely stay at her place next time I'm in Israel. Thank you very much, Micky.
Micky is a very kind, nice and helpful person who makes you feel at home. Micky was from the start always giving me advice on where to go, how to get to places and I am glad that I met her. In the evenings I would watch TV with her. You are very free in Micky's House, she'll let you use the computer, she can organise tours for you, these things I would not have known about because I don't speak hebrew. Two tours I went on thanks to Micky was the Bauhaus and Old Jaffa tours. Micky is very knowledgable about all places in Israel to visit. About your room. there is air conditioning, which is great especially for the humid nights. About the Neighbourhood. People are very quite and respectful. From Micky's place there are loads of Restaurants-I would personally recommend Landwers in Ibn Gvirol which is fifteen minutes from the house. In Ibn Gvirol there are loads of restaurants, cafes. From Micky's place there are the beaches which are only 30 minutes walk. On Fridays there is the Artist market in Souk HaCarmel, as well as the regular market. Micky can help with all these plans. I would strongly advice staying with Micky. I will definitely stay with Micky again next time I'm in Tel Aviv.
Micky made me very welcome. Good accommodation in good area. Micky was very helpful when I wanted to leave earlier due to the war in Israel.
It was a pleasant stay in a convenient location.
I'm friendly , honest, open minded and love to laugh :) - so funny people are welcome!
I love music, have around 800 cd's, mostly Cuban but also other south american (Latin), Africa, Gypsy, Reggae, Blues, Soul, 60th.. 70th.. 80th..etc...
I love walking, hiking, art, hand work, old towns, architecture, nature, folk dance and music, languages, antiques, reading, documentary films, Emir Costurica and Woody Allen films, movies from Iran, France, etc..+ British Drama.
i've travelled for many years in our world, now i work as a medical secretary in the hospital, so my vacations are very short.
i like very much to have guests and to meet new people - so u are welcome to my home.