Israel: Land of Milk and Honeys
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I just returned from a stay in Israel. I love Israel, but objectively speaking it is highly overpriced. The restaurants in TLV cater to an American taste mostly abd charge three times if what I'm used to in Europe. Hotels, groceries, everything is ridiculously expensive when compared to other countries. The comparison with places like Manhattan or Zurich doesn't make it better, since those are places with a much higher average income and most if all a lot higher standards. Every hotel I've been to was run in a ridiculously unprofessional manner and filthy really. Yet I didn't get the impression that anyone is bothered. Why is this not a topic in politics in Israel?