Monday, July 20, 2015

The big city, too big

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Took the train from Beer Sheva north to Tel Aviv today.
Just an hour and fifteen minutes, but you get off the train and you know you're not in the desert anymore.
Oof, humidity was 75% and temps in the low 30s, around 90 F.


Linking to Our World Tuesday.
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14 comments:

Gosia k said...

I love big cities because I live there. But humidity is too high

Gerard Michaud said...

I know how you feel about big cities. Very nice photos though .
Alice

William Kendall said...

The expression it's not the heat, it's the humidity comes to mind!

Cloudia said...

A real city!




Shalom

Hels said...

As you know I love Tel Aviv and spent my best years living there. Of course you are right about the humidity (it is NASTY) but the city is planned, a centre of European culture plus it has every facility that a fun-loving tourist or local could want.

Kay said...

Oh my! This could be Chicago. It's definitely the big city.

Light Makes Music said...

Had a quick scroll through your blog...a complete other world. Knowing Israel only from the (mostly bad) news. I'm happy to find your blog, getting a look behind the scenes. LG Su

Dina said...

Shalom LG Su of Light Makes Music. I'm so happy to hear that. :) Welcome to the blog!

VP said...

Too big? Too hot!

Jackie @ travelnwrite said...

Our Middle East cruise was an introduction to 'real' heat and humidity. Yikes. We vowed never to complain about the heat here in the Pacific Northwest ever again. . .and that lasted until two days ago when Seattle was nearly 100F!!

Come Away With Me said...

Hope you found some cool places to hide from the sweltering humid heat. It would certainly give me a new appreciation for the dry desert regions, despite their high temps.

Birdman said...

Another reason I LOVE country livin'. Little traffic and...

TheChieftess said...

The more I travel, the more I realize big cities everywhere have more in common than not!!!

Linda said...

Lots of traffic...definitely a big city. I live in a big city (Montreal, Canada)