Real home in the city center! 2 bedroom flat in a perfect location. Our unique flat has a warm atmosphere and access to all the comforts of home while you are on vacation. Renovated, clean, convenient, and great for families.
The flat is a spacious two bedroom with an open kitchen to the living room, 2 bathrooms, relaxing balcony, high ceilings and unlimited charm. It has been completely renovated with all new floors and cabinets and is equipped with everything needed to feel at home. With a heavenly queen sized bed (imported from the States, a luxury compared to the typical mattress you'll find in Israel) and a very comfortable queen size futon mattress in the other bedroom room, it sleeps six when including the living room couch and we have extra single mattresses. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you need to whip up a meal, including chefs knives and mixer, espresso machine, juicer and much more. Other amenities include air conditioning in each room, ceiling fan, WiFi, sound system and other household appliances. While we are in a very central location, it is surprisingly quiet and surrounded by greenery. We welcome guests with kids and hope you feel as at home as we do.
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Hopefully we will be traveling during your stay, so may be out of the country but am an email or phone call away. If any problems arise, someone is available to help wherever needed.
Please leave the apartment in the same condition it is found. If guests are staying longer than 3 days, we ask that you give some water to the plants.
Born and raised in Laguna Beach, California, I have a special connection to the sea and down to earth approach to life but can hold my own in any environment, including posh parties and intellectual circles. I have been exposed to many different lifestyles, beginning from boarding school on the east coast of the Sates, living in cosmopolitan cities such as London, Chicago and Tel Aviv and have covered lot of ground through travel from the mountains of Nepal, the textured climate of India, the seashore of Australia, the tropics of Thailand, European cities, Mexico, and more. All my travel and living abroad has helped to shape me as a cultural aware individual and a love for diversity. I definitely inherited the travel bug and with age and time, I find it harder to pick up and go backpacking while holding a steady job. It’s not so easy to take a few months off as I used to do, but with priorities in check, I travel and still manage to get in my cultural curiosity through shorter trips. Nowadays, backpacking is less appealing and finding the idea of apartment exchange practical and comfortable. My husband Yair and I have always loved to choose a spot and get to know the culture of a place, rather than sight seeing and tourist traps and this is the perfect way to do so. Now that we have a baby, it makes it even more fun to travel abroad and discover the world in his eyes.
We enjoy the finer things in life, including great wine, natural food and esthetics and found myself pulled to "country of Tel Aviv" where I have it all. Tel Aviv is such a mix of city and beach life where a balance is easy to achieve. We love that we can find anything here and every few streets; there is a different atmosphere. Getting lost is a magical must, as wherever we go, we find surprising treasures. From whatever direction, the sea is never out of reach and with the recent city public bicycle program, the entire city within a half hour. I love that the city is covered with coffee and juice stands. I am drawn to the organized chaos that engulfs the city. I find there is a sense of freedom that anything is possible. The things that I love about Tel Aviv is that I feel like I’m traveling abroad all the time as the variety of immigrants and imports make you want for none and every day feels like it can be different. I love seeing people riding bikes around town strapped with small kids on either ends of the bikes, a plethora of juice stands, coffee huts with masters of the foam, street performers, surfers, artists and quaint neighborhood and fabulous food. The outdoor markets ignite my senses with the colors and smells and the heckling salespeople, always ready to make a deal. I find it great that if you want to engage in a political debate, you find individuals ready to share their opinions and are not afraid to tell you when they disagree or if something bothers them. As a guest or a host, respect is a must and feel that each space should be cared for and kept as it was found. I would love to host someone in my charming home and want to make the experience a positive one through sharing my abode and insight. I am not a religious nut, but love the quote “Do unto others as you would have others do unto you.” [Matthew 7:12] so am ready to open my home and look forward to exploring other cities through the homes of others.