Roof Nap in Tel Aviv, Israel
This is a typical Israeli dog. Dogs in Tel aviv like to take naps on the car roof of their owners.
Place you live: Tel Aviv, Israel
Place your photo was taken: Tel Aviv – near Shuk Ha Carmel and Dolifinarium Beach. A ten minute bike ride from my home.
Can you sum up your spot? I live in the heart of Tel Aviv. It definitely feels like living in a heart. I can’t imagine Tel Aviv without being in the heart of it. I am a five minute walk from everything I need life. You can go out at two, three or four in the morning and feel as though it is the middle of the day. So many people are outside, having fun. I think its great to be able to go out at anytime of night as if it was day.
Occupation: filmmaker & photographer
A perfect day in Tel Aviv? Yom Kippur. It’s a day in which it is forbidden for cars or any kind of vehicle to drive. Its very quiet, the air is fresh and there are lots of bikes on the roads.
If someone was visiting, what must they do? Rent a pair of bikes and ride around, and got to the beach. Later to Rothschile Boulevard. Dont miss the Kikar Habima, Tel Aviv Museum and Helena Rubinstein Museum.
A perfect meal in Tel Aviv? Shnizel at Caffe Noir, or a falafel at Falafel Akram Hummus on Shenkin Street.
What is the best thing about your spot? I just love it. I think everywhere you go you can find a spot you like.
What is the worst? Why talk about the bad things if there are so many good things.
A little known fact about Tel Aviv? It is the best place to live in the world.