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Old August 3rd, 2010, 12:25 PM   #1
TAHbKA
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Default Join the annual Jerusalem-Tel Aviv skate on Sept 17

Every year we skate from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv on the highway on the Atonement Day*. This year it's on 17/9/2010**.

We'll start from the Western Wall at 15.00, will walk to the exit from the Old City and skate to Sderot Weizmann, where we'll wait till the dark. At around 16.45-17.15 we'll leave Jerusalem and skate to Tel Aviv on the road n.1.
The expected time to get to Tel Aviv is around 22.00.

If you consider participating please read the details on the Israeli Rollerskating Forum, any questions are welcomed here or there.

*there is no traffic on the atonement day - all the religious Jews are in the synagogues and it's a bad taste to drive on that day. We use the empty highways. It is only one day a year.
**Jewish calendar differs from the Gregorian, the Atonement day falls on a different date every year.
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