Sukkot Kosher Hotel Details SUKKOT PROGRAM PRICE: Included in the cost of the Sukkot program are guest accommodations (commensurate to category selected), three Glatt Kosher meals daily and tea rooms. All other special activities and programs that are provided by us or by the hotel are strictly optional and are attended at the discretion of ...

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Hello dear readers, If you’ve read this blog before, you’ll know that I love to travel. Sometimes I will travel for work, and sometimes just for fun, but either way I’ve always found it important to have a small travel suitcase ready to go. Inside I have the essentials packed: clothes for three days, three ...

MANDARIN ORIENTAL PRAGUE BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED IN THE HEART OF PRAGUE FIVE STAR LUXURY HOTEL For its majesty, Mandarin Oriental Prague exceeds the simple definition of a Five Star Luxury Hotel, in the heart of the Czech Republic’s prettiest city. The hotel’s rooms and suites exude a sense of elegant style. The hotel offers an enticing ...

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Hello dear readers, As many of my readers may know by now, I love to travel. When I travel, I always find myself making connections. Sometimes those connections are literal, like when I had only 45 minutes to make a connecting flight, and sometimes the connections are fairly obvious, like when I see Colorado Boulevard ...

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Hello dear readers, Sukkot is always such a joyous holiday; it’s even right there in one of its alternate names, zman simchatenu, the time of our happiness. But am I the only one that sometimes gets another feeling lurking below the surface? A kind of holiday exhaustion, after two days of Rosh Hashana and Shabbat ...

Hello dear readers, Sukkot is one of my favorite holidays, and one of the reasons why is all the time to spend with family. True, there’s a lot of family time in the previous holidays of Tishrei, but Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur just have a different feel to them, you know? During those holidays ...

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Hello dear readers, Every holiday on the Jewish calendar provides a different experience, but in terms of preparations, they’re usually very similar. For davening, there are some things to add or subtract, hallel or a megillah or something. There’s food to prepare, either for before the holiday (like Yom Kippur) or during the holiday (like ...