Thursday, October 6, 2016

The city on the move

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Coming . . . and going. 
The Ayalon freeway through Tel Aviv is always crowded (except on Yom Kippur when no one drives).


On any given weekday some 750,000 vehicles will be zipping along the Ayalon.
Well, except when they are crawling.


Yesterday I took the train to Tel Aviv, a much more relaxed way of getting to the big city.
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8 comments:

Gosia k said...

I love v=busy and crowded cities

Hels said...

Don't love the freeways so I always choose to go by train!

Cloudia said...

Yes, trains are amazing. Wishing you all the best Dina

Karl Demetz said...

There are too many cars in this world ...

Sandi said...

Ugh...too much traffic! ;-)

William Kendall said...

The train's a better way to go.

Alice said...

Avery busy place!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

A familiar sight Dina, when I go into town I usually drive, which is a wee bit silly because as you say the train is fast, smooth and efficient! Plus no parking fees.. next time 😊