We left off in Jerusalem, where we attended M's beautiful cousin's wedding. Sadly no pictures here, since we were too busy eating, drinking and dancing, but it was a beautiful location, you can trust me on that :) Supposedly it was a small wedding for jewish standards with "only" 300 guest, ha!
Tel Aviv was a last minute decision, but I am so glad we went. It felt a bit like Berlin on the Mediterranean Sea. The weather was insanely gorgeous for February and our sun-starved selves at the time (who are we kidding, still sun-starved even now, with temperatures barley reaching 15 degrees) couldn't wait to shed some layers and walk around in airy shirts and sandals all day. I mean there were peole sunbathing in a bikini on the beach, but that would have been pushing it.
We were walking along the beach, through little neighbourhoods and alleys, just taking in the city without a real plan or direction. It was kind of nice. We met up with M's other cousin and his girlfriend for lunch and ice-cream and after a party nap back at our Airbnb we headed out for the night to have dinner at the Social Club, which turned out to be one of the best culinary experiences of recent years. It was incredible and I only wish I had good pictures to show you, but alas the blurriness above, that's all there is. The cocktails, the food, the service, the music, the dining at the bar, the right amount of tipsy. It just all came together in a way that constituted to a perfect night.