For all those of you who have no clue where Ramat Gan is located: Right next to Tel Aviv. If you are close, it is very easy to walk from one city into the other. Petach Tikvah, Bnei Brak, Ramat Gan and Tel Aviv are very close together.
Years ago, I used to live in Ramat Gan. In those days, it was much cheaper and the town was an inexpensive option, as living in Tel Aviv has always been expensive. Times have changed and Ramat Gan has become expensive and it turned into a place where office towers and luxury apartments rule. However, the old center still exists.
If you are a tourist: There is nothing special to see in Ramat Gan. Its a place where people live and work.
I am here for a couple of hours today and was actually planning to walk over to Bnei Brak. However, the air is full of humidity and it is hot. As soon as I got of the bus, my clothes became sticky. In case I am still alive after what I have to do, I may go to Bnei Brak. If not, I am taking the bus back home to Jerusalem.
The heatwave is still going on until, at least, next week.