One Family had a very moving exhibit about victims of Arab terror and their families. Yes, it was awfully depressing.
The overall atmosphere at the train station was fun and carnival.
Fun for all ages, including free 10 minute massages to promote "alternative medicine in Kupat Cholim Clalit.
Our next stop was the Tel Aviv Boardwalk. And the sea was mesmerizing.
One of these "creative Judaism," or Judaism for the not fully-observant groups had a big succah and lots of scheduled activities.
There definitely was a carnival atmosphere.
And an indoor shuk, market.
I must admit that it's certainly convenient living in a small country. There's so much to see and short distances to travel here in Israel.