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great location in the centre of tel aviv, next to the market, 5mins to the beach and a little terace. there was nothing we were mssing.
Enjoyed my time in Dafna's apartment.
The location is excellent, just off the Carmel market and the twice weekly Nahalot Benyamin street craft market, which is less than a minute away. Also plenty of bars and cafes nearby.
The apartment had what i required including perfect wifi, a comfortable bed and plenty of space in a home with lots of character.
The shower was fine although a better curtain is required to stop the water going everywhere.
Dafna is extremely friendly and is available to assist however she can!
I would stay there again.
I had an amazing time in Tel Aviv and in Dafna's place. superb position, near everything....bars, club, shops, beaches....everything at walk distance. lovely the market on the way.
felt immediately like home. loved.
I met Dafna years ago at a garden-party in Tel Aviv, I was not invited but she introduced me to her friends anyway after only half an hour of conversation. Dafna is a vivid Person and she can fit a whole life-story into half an hour. We became friends and met often in Berlin or in TLV. She stayed at my place and I stayed at hers. Dafna plays a role in the artistic scene in Tel Aviv and is a free mind in every way, be it politically or religiously. Not only is she tolerant towards other attitudes but she is really interested. If you are looking for a place to stay with all the freedom you can ask for plus lots of input about the city that you can't find in the books, this is the right person to meet and the right place to stay. The apartment is in the middle of everything and you can literally walk everywhere during your whole stay. I only hope there will be still space left for me to stay there next time I come to Israel...