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Friday, February 21, 2020

Destination Kosher

Seeking Warmth in the Cold: Tzama Nafshi’s Annual Journey in the Footsteps of the Tzadikim

As what seems to amount to a tradition in the Orthodox community, many people choose to spend their winter break in the warm weather of Florida or the Caribbean. But unconventionally, one group of bnei aliyah traveled to find a different type of warmth.

Led on a trip organized

Visiting 48 States Without Missing a Minyan

Seeing the wider world has always been important for my wife Debra, and after we got married, I immediately saw why she wanted to see the vast heritage of the world and learn how others live. Debra’s motto, one she has repeated constantly throughout our travels, is from a pasuk of Tehillim (104:24): «How great are Your

Kosher Meets the Modern Era — Passoverlistings.com Features Reviews by Pesach Vacationers

Waking up to beach views in Mexico, shopping at The Shuk in Jerusalem, the clean mountain air of Northern Italy… Some of my vacations, I’ll remember forever.

Vacations can be the best, can’t they? Especially for the family. You pack everyone up, skedaddle to the perfect spot, and everyone

Kosher Meets the Modern Era—Passoverlistings.com Features Reviews by Pesach Vacationers

Waking up to beach views in Mexico, shopping at The Shuk in Jerusalem, the clean mountain air of Northern Italy… Some of my vacations, I’ll remember forever.

Vacations can be the best, can’t they? Especially for the family. You pack everyone up, skedaddle to the perfect spot, and everyone

Kosher Meets the Modern Era: Passoverlistings.com Features Reviews by Pesach Vacationers

Waking up to beach views in Mexico, shopping at The Shuk in Jerusalem, the clean mountain air of Northern Italy… Some of my vacations, I’ll remember forever.

Vacations can be the best, can’t they? Especially for the family. You pack everyone up, skedaddle to the perfect spot, and everyone

Finding the Perfect Passover Program

Steven Spielberg’s film “Jaws,” forever changed how people approach a beach vacation. Nothing like a shark to take the joy out of some long-planned relaxation. People who go to a hotel or program for Passover have been planning for months for their “vacation of the year.” These programs have a high price tag and consumers

Finding the Perfect Passover Program

Steven Spielberg’s film “Jaws,” forever changed how people approach a beach vacation. Nothing like a shark to take the joy out of some long-planned relaxation. People who go to a hotel or program for Passover have been planning for months for their “vacation of the year.” These programs have a high price tag and consumers

Finding the Perfect Passover Program

Steven Spielberg’s film “Jaws,” forever changed how people approach a beach vacation. Nothing like a shark to take the joy out of some long-planned relaxation. People who go to a hotel or program for Passover have been planning for months for their “vacation of the year.” These programs have a high price tag and consumers

PassoverListings.com: The New Way to Find Your Perfect Passover Vacation

(Courtesy of passoverlistings.com) All-inclusive Passover vacations have been around for decades, but three friends and a website have already begun to shake-up this multi-million-dollar industry.

Brandyss Katz, Daniel Kramer and Doni Schwartz have independently been attending Passover programs

PassoverListings.com: The New Way To Find Your Perfect Passover Vacation

(Courtesy of www.passoverlistings.com) All-inclusive Passover vacations have been around for decades, but three friends and a website have already begun to shake-up this multi-million-dollar industry.

Brandyss Katz, Daniel Kramer and Doni Schwartz

Ten Things You Must Do in Jerusalem

It’s impossible to run out of things to do in Jerusalem. Israel’s capital, one of the fastest-growing tourism destinations in the world, is Israel’s largest municipality and possibly the most famous city in history.

Five-Star Italy: One Year Later

“Do what you love and the money will follow.” When I heard Oprah Winfrey say that in an interview many years ago, it somehow stuck with me. And it was one of the first expressions that came to mind when I decided a year and a half ago to start an Italy travel-planning business. Of course, I wasn’t