Description:The hotel is a deluxe hotel situated walking distance from the seashore (semi-private beach). The rooms are facing the Red Sea. For kids there is Neptune Kids Club and children's and infant's pools (heated in winter). It is a kosher hotel, with a... [more]
first of all I would ask the apartment owner, if he/she can supply you with Shabbat Mecham - if not, then I think, that the best would be to go to the nearest electro shop (there are several in Herzelyia) and to buy one - it's not so expensive - it can cost between 120 - 200 Shekels (let's say about 30 Eur) and then you can take it home with you or you can make a Mitzvah and to give it to some needy person...
regarding your second question - I'm afraid, that currently there is no available list of Tel Aviv kosher Le-Pesach restaurants...
But many of the Tel Aviv's big hotels (Hilton, Renaissance, Ramada, Crown Plaza...) certainly organize Passover Seders (good to contact them in advance to make reservation and prepayment for Seder) and I am sure, you will find enough open restaurants in Chol haMoed, which are Kosher for Pesach.
The situation with Kosher restaurants in Tel Aviv got much better in last years - you can now find many Kosher restaurants in Tel Aviv and some of them will be Kosher for Pesach.
London neighbourhoods Our family of four is traveling to London in July. We would like to look for an air bnb in a secular neighbourhood within an hour's walk to an Orthodox synagogue. Can you suggest some neighbourhoods for us to try?
how to ship belongings What does Customs allow or what items do they tax heavily. I have electronics, laptop, tablet, printers, I need as a writer, and also want some household items for an apt. with me. Want to give out blankets, soup, and bread to poor and shut-in Holocaust survivors too. Have Israeli friends, but don't want to bother them before I visit them. No idea who to contact for apt. search and for Customs requirements.
In the heart of Tel-Aviv, conveniently located near the beach, shopping and cultural centers, fully furnished with all amenities, modern and comfortable holiday apartments.
Tour of the Amsterdam former Jewish Quarter
Leading by the most important Jewish History of the city of Amsterdam. Passing by no less than 6 (former) synagogues. This tour is a mix of the history of how this area came to be the Jewish Quarter, of Sefardic and Asjkenasic Jews, Kokadorus, the Castro family, World War II, The Jewish Council, and much more.
This 4 hour tour includes the old Jewish quarter of Amsterdam, the Jewish Historical Museum, the Portuguese Synagogue and the Anne Frank Museum. The guide is an expert in the fields of history and Judaism.