The Big Felafel

My favorite parking spot in Israel: the half-curb

Here is a photo of my favorite parking space. I didn’t know I would ever have a favorite parking spot until I saw this one. I present to you Jerusalem’s official (painted lines and all) half on the sidewalk/ half off the sidewalk parking spot. In the background of the picture you can even see a car parked on a slant.


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  1. * Rebecca Leibowitz says:

    Those cars should have had a V8!

    | Reply Posted 15 years, 1 month ago
  2. * Rivster says:

    Too funny!!!

    | Reply Posted 15 years, 1 month ago
  3. Hey, I think I know that parking spot! It’s in Rehavia somewhere, right?

    All you guys need to remember that in Jerusalem, I’ve even seen parking spots that are NOT marked blue/white, but you’ll still get a ticket if parking in the daytime without paying the meter – always check for a sign on the street notifying about public paid parking. I got nailed like this in Rehavia behind the KKL building.

    | Reply Posted 12 years ago

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