Now Also in Jerusalem
Everyone wants to live in Tel Aviv.
Some embittered Jerusalemites still deny this, and argue with a vehemence that would almost be convincing — if the denial itself hadn’t been so absurd. One of the reasons they mention for resisting the song of the siren — besides the choking humidity and the ever-present cockroaches — is the problem of finding parking. Admittedly, finding a place to park your car in the White City is a nightmare, but few would argue that it’s a reason to move to Jerusalem. (Or Dimona — I hear there’s plenty of parking in Dimona.)
In any case, now it seems that the curse of finding parking has caught up with parts of the population in the Holy City as well.
Next year in Tel Aviv.
Entry filed under: Life.