Tel Aviv Number One Beach City in the World…. BITCHES!!!

Israelrfgwd

Coming as a surprise to….. well no one who’s been there really, National Geographic Traveler has listed Tel Aviv as the number 1 beach city IN THE WORLD, BITCHES!!!

Call it Miami Beach on the Med. Tel Aviv is the Dionysian counterpart to religious Jerusalem. In the “bubble,” as it’s known for its inhabitants’ tendency to tune out regional skirmishes, some restaurants, discos, and clubs are open until dawn. By day, the scene shifts to the city’s promenade and eight miles (13 kilometers) of beach literally steps from town. Head to wide and sandy Gordon Beach to sit in a seaside café or take a dip in the saltwater pool.

Tel Aviv beat out Barcelona, Honolulu, Santa Monica and my home town – Sydney, all rounding out the top 5.

UPDATE: Ok, it seems that the Fox site has an interesting alternate interpretation of the rankings…. The actual Nat Geo site feature puts Tel Aviv at number 9… which is still pretty awesome!!!! Miami, Cape Town, Rio, Nice….. yawn. How predictable.

About Jono Rose

Having been brainwashed at a young age, Jono moved to Occupied Palestine 20+ years ago from Australia. After 15 years selling insipid Jew technology to immoral, BDS snubbing foreigners he decided the ultimate evil would be to sell the cancerous Zionist Regime as a product itself. He now works selling luxury private tours of the heinous Zionazi hellhole to infidel supporters of Apartheid, colonialism and Western Imperialism.

comments

  • Pingback: NORWAY NATIONAL NEWS

  • Jim from Iowa

    Yea, if I ever visit Israel, Tel Aviv would be the first place I would want to go. I’d probably go to Jerusalem, too, just to say I’ve been there, but I don’t think I would feel quite so at home there. So if Tel Aviv is the Miami Beach of the Mediterranean, what does that make Jerusalem – the Disney World of the super religious?

    • Aryeh

      Not funny. Jerusalem is Jerusalem. It’s incomparable.

      • Jim from Iowa

        I’m not putting down Jerusalem. I’m just saying for me as a gay non-believing foreigner, it would not be my kind of town to enjoy a vacation.

        • https://twitter.com/jonorose Jono Rose

          Sad, you write off one of the world’s most interesting cities. For a liberal you seem to have a problem with prejudice.

          • Jim from Iowa

            My vacation destination would have to be gay-friendly. I’m not sure Jerusalem would qualify. Again, I would visit to say I’ve been, but my comfort level would not be that high. Would you seek out places where you know a significant number of people hate you for who you are?

            • https://twitter.com/jonorose Jono Rose

              I’m Jewish and I’ve travelled a bit in Arab countries – Egypt, Morocco, UAE, UK, Netherlands, France & Belgium.

              As long as you don’t dress like Guy Pearce in Priscilla Queen of the Desert, I don’t see the problem.

              • Jim from Iowa

                Guy Pearce was so hot in that movie! But that aside, I see your point. It’s just that I don’t remember Jerusalem ever being featured in any gay travel guide I’ve picked up. And if you know anything about us gays is that we like to travel. But just as anyone else, we want to go where we’d be welcome.

            • Inessa

              If you are to visit a country, it depends what you are going for. Jerusalem is Israel. There is nothing else like it anywhere. It’s at once busy and serene. The very stones you brush past or step on whisper of the past millennia. Sure if you feel like going clubbing and you’re dressed for it, this may not be the venue. Otherwise, I’m not sure how being gay effects your travels. One of my friends is gay and he trained as a Cantor (reform) in Israel. He would say it’s very moving and spiritual. For the not religious or non-believers it’s still moving. Tel Aviv is busy and loud and obnoxious (imo), and is not all that unique (again my opinion).

              • Jim from Iowa

                Well, I couldn’t help but think of that scene from the movie “Bruno” where Sasha Baraon Cohen is walking down a Jerusalem street as an openly-gay man and is chased by some angry Ultra Orthodox Jews. OK, maybe that’s not reality, but it did stick in my mind.

                Off subject, but you know the Father’s Day card I’d like to get? It would have a picture of the Superman “S” symbol on the front. Inside, the inscription would read:

                “You will bow down before me, Jer-El. First you, than one day, your heirs.”

                Happy Father’s Day

                signed

                General Zod

                Then there would be a picture of Terrence Stamp as General Zod from the Superman movies on the inside of the card.

                Hope all you dads had a great Father’s Day.

            • Dafna Yee

              How can you know what your comfort level would be before you’ve been there? My daughter has lived in Jerusalem for six years, wouldn’t live anywhere else, and is gay and she doesn’t find it a problem at all. If you go in the Old City, I’d suggest that you don’t play up your gayness if you want to avoid trouble, but the same is true for women, gay or straight, when the issue is dressing appropriately. But there’s LOTS more in Jerusalem than just the Old City. If you go there without preconceived notions, you will have a great time. (I haven’t been there for many years but that’s because Jerusalem is not “wheelchair friendly” at all!)

    • https://twitter.com/jonorose Jono Rose

      Jerusalem is like no other city on Earth. I doubt if anyone has ever visited it and not been moved.

      Living there on the other hand……

      • Jim from Iowa

        I’m sure the Crusaders didn’t come there for the hummus. Over time, they found it hard to live in Jerusalem as well.

  • https://www.facebook.com/VisitIsraelToday Visit Israel

    Check out the other pictures and you’ll see why Tel Aviv should have been number 1!!!!!

    Visit Israel

  • Norman B.

    Tel Aviv may be unique in that the central business and financial district is only walking distance from the beach. That may be why executives take three-hour lunch hours and exchange their business suits for swimsuits. They compensate by working well beyond sunset knowing that the partying starts even later. What a life! By the way, the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange is open for trading on Sundays, so that foreign investors interested in the technology sector can get a heads up on trends before the Monday morning opening of their own exchanges.

  • Pingback: Denmarknationalnews.com | d

  • Pingback: Uknationalnews | u

  • Pingback: USANATIONALNEWS.COM