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Sunday, September 1, 2013

... on Sunday mornings

Ben Gurion blvd. kiosk, Sunday morning
Since Israeli weekend is Friday-Saturday, Sunday is the beginning of our work week. So today - Sun, Sept 1st - it's a beginning of the new week, new month, and a new season... I love days and dates that work out like this...
Tel Aviv is a city of marvelous open cafe culture, and it's splendid to see people opening their day in the cafes all over the city. Those who work from home run their meetings and make business calls; those who have a day off just relax and read a paper; and those on the way to the office grab a coffee to go. Each street corner and each morning hour sees its regulars, and some places open as early as 6:30 AM!..
Opening Sunday morning at "Streets" at the corner of Ibn-Gvirol - Arlozorov
Today I had time for a morning stroll on some awesome Tel Aviv streets - first Ibn Gvirol, then Ben Gurion, then Dizengoff. And the streets were airy and happy, and the cafes filled with patrons. I especially love the open, inviting, integral-part-of-the-city cafe-kiosks (more about Tel Aviv kiosks here and here), like this one on Ben Gurion blvd.
Pink bicycle on Ben Gurion blvd. for CDP theme - pink :)
The last photo is for today's City Daily Photo theme - pink :) Click here to see more happy pink from around the world. Happy Sunday and happy September everyone!

8 comments:

Suzanne said...

The pink bike is perfect for theme day. I have not spent much time in Tel Aviv and I lived in Jerusalem for almost a year. My loss.

LONDONLULU said...

A very sweet glimpse of pink and a perfect morning.

Kate said...

Perfect bike for today's meme. Is it yours. Also enjoy the scene at the cafe. Have a good, happy week!

Dianne said...

Love those pink bikes ... perfect for our Theme Day.

Nelli L said...

Oh, what a lovely bike :)

Valladolid Daily Photo said...

Excellent choice for this theme day. Have a good week!

Tanya Breese said...

great!

Lynette said...

You’ve made a great Theme Day post. I'm glad you picked these for today. Thanks for the informative text.