Monday, November 28, 2011

Trip to Ra'anana


Half of the day today I spent in the town of Ra’anana, located north of Tel Aviv. Ra'anana has about 70,000 inhabitants, has become a hightech center and Israelis like to say that people living in Ra'anana have money. Or, at least, many of them. New immigrants like moving here and there is also an absorption center. Most immigrants come from the US, England, South America, France and Canada.

Several bus lines are going from Tel Aviv to Ra'anana and I made the mistake taking bus no. 501 instead of the express bus. The result was that I got a tour around Herzliya, as the bus stopped just everywhere. The towns Herzliya, Kfar Saba and Ra'anana are very close to each other and you can even walk in order to get to one of those towns. Just cross the street from Ra'anana and you are in Kfar Saba.

Just one request: Don't get too excited about Ra'anana when you look at the photos ! Keep in mind, it is not too cheap living there.

Cross the street and you are in Kfar Saba.

Ra'anana (English: Fresh, a fresh fragrance or aroma, for instance)

Entering Ra'anana

Copyright / Photos: Miriam Woelke

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