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Posted in Food, Food Review, random, Restaurant Review, tagged Bookstores, Cafe, Cafes in Tel Aviv, Campanello, Coffee, coffee shops, Dizi, Etnachta, Israel, Laptop work, Loveat, Maker's Cafe, Makers, Restaurant Review, Segafredo, Tazza D'oro, Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv Cafes, The Little Prince on December 6, 2010| 8 Comments » UPDATE (23/12/2012): I wrote this a couple years ago, and my stats have proven it has been quite a popular and useful post. A few other cafes I want to throw out there to make a more relevant list: Etnachta (Dizengoff just south of Arlozorov) – basic menu, very friendly staff leave you alone for hours, lots of electric plugs if you know where to look, good atmosphere.Please note, I believe the “Little Prince” has closed. Campanello (corner of Ben Yehuda and Nordau) is relatively a new place, and I hope it stays around – authentic Italian deli, incredible meat sandwiches, fresh and affordable pizzas, a cafe environment – again lots of electric outlets, good internet, friendly staff, and the food is far above average.It seemed too casual (most of the seating is outside, but the enclosed glass structure around the sidewalk heats it adequately enough). The cafe lifestyle in Tel Aviv, and Israel in general, makes my existence more than tolerable. I alternate between long macchiatos (incredible how you can drag out a long drink as opposed to a short), Americanos (best value for money), and occasional lattes (strong) made with soy milk (decadent and healthy).As opposed to the US (and its prolific slew of Starbucks), internet is always free.They essentially named the trope, due to subtitles for games on the Super NES, Nintendo 64, and Game Boy Advance. Colibricks is an arcade game similar to Brickles, Breakout or Arkanoid, where you bounce a ball off of your moving platform and break bricks above.Or with actual fungi that are poisonous, such as destroying angels.
The flavor and texture of that sandwich represents the blood, sweat, tears, and every ounce of passion I put into my undergraduate education. I didn’t know it then, but it was the happiest time of my life. But I was also challenged and busy and growing and trying and achieving and failing and was surrounded by some of the most interesting people I have yet known. Maybe a second masters degree in order to get where I would like to be — an excellent doctoral program.
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It represents the grimy yet super-comfy theatre lounge I hung out at every day, where I ate half my meals, where I caught up and prepped before classes, where I piled onto ancient sofas with friends and collaboratively did the New York Times crossword, where I held weekly production meetings, where I memorized lines, where I read play after play after play, where I played snood and mac-brickout and checked my telnet email account on ancient computers, where I developed and fine-tuned proposals, where I planned my future and dreamed. Seems like yesterday, and I can’t believe how far I’ve drifted from what that girl thought she’d be. Do we go back and try to jump start what we used to love or thought we loved? That sandwich yesterday highlighted my relatively isolated and somewhat stagnant state.
It’s time I announced my intentions: I want to go back into academia. Nostalgia will probably play a distracting and not-too-positive role in this.
It can get confusing when one of these games is remade for another system and keeps the name, or when one of these games is remade for another system and gets the name of the new system slapped onto as well.