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by web-administrator (December, 2005)


(Contributed by Sagi) - "On December 27 night, after a concert in Yafo, me and my friend went to Tel Aviv central bus station to get some sleep before our bus comes at the morning (6 hours later). Due to the fact that the station is closed and has 7 floors, finding a sleeping spot will be easy, right? No! The 2 top floors where the bus stations are are uncomfortable, the other floors with stores had no place you could sleep quietly, with no shop owners to bother you. So we found a quiet place at the 3rd floor near a tatoo and piersing studio, I was going to pierse my toung when i wake up but it didnt open at time.we went to sleep on the floor. It was cold (dont know if it was because it was December or because the air condition was on) and hard. After a few hours a security guard started beating us to wake us up. He didnt let us sleep any continued >>

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by web-administrator (January, 2000)


(Contributed by Tor Thryse) - "When I returned from Israel I first had to spend 18 hours in Tel Aviv bus station. This place can only be ranked very, VERY poor. Besides being but out in the street from 4-6 am I was roused every 15-30 minutes, just so they could check out what I was doing (sleeping if in doubt)."

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by web-administrator (January, 2000)


(Contributed by ?) - "The new central bus station in Tel Aviv is an indoor station and not in the middle of the street, like the old one. I had to spend a night there, and it wasn't too bad. There are a lot of quiet places to crash. However, make sure you have your sleeping bag with you, or you'll end up sleeping on the floor - the benches are only for sitting, as I was explained not too politely by a security guy. The toilets are pretty clean, but you have to insert 1 shekel to enter."

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