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- SUNY at Stony Brook (BA), Wurzweiler School of Social Work at Yeshiva University(MSW), The Philadelphia School of Psychoanalysis, The Union Institute(PhD)
- English, עברית
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I invite you to come and spend a day, a few days A BLOCK FROM THE MEDITERRANEAN. Nahariya is a lovely little town. Spend your day reading on the porch, walk down to the Sea and catch the rays, go swimming in the Sea or at the town pool. Whatever your heart desires. The sunsets are spectacular. Rent a car and I will be glad to drive you throughout the Galil and the Golan.
I am committed to being the finest host you have encountered. Available to answer your question and meet you needs. Unobtrusive and mindful of your need for your "own space" Request privacy and the place is all yours.
Many years ago I had a dream to move to Israel. In December 2009 I realized my dream. Since then every day has been an adventure, a challenge and a blessing. My grandfather owned and operated a small inn in the village of Salsig, Hungary. I have decided to meet people in the same fashion as he did, so many years ago, so far away from there. I am a retired psychoanalyst. These days I am reading Milan Kundera "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" and Giuseppe Di Lampedusa "The Leopard".Books available. I do a lot of bike riding along the shore line and in the fields of the nearby kibbutzim. Want to ride? You can use my bike. Most days I listen to Keith Jarrett playing Shostakovitch's "24 Preludes and Fugues" and Glenn Gould playing Bach's "Goldberg Variations". There is a bakery nearby where my friends David and Vivian bake the finest bread in Israel. Oranges, grapefruits, persimmons, avocados, bananas, watermelons, tomatos, corn, wheat, soy, all growing in fields within walking distance. Delicious meals available upon request. Internet acess.
You have many dreams about a few days by the Sea. You can make them come true. I look forward to speaking with you about staying here, A BLOCK FROM THE MEDITERRANEAN