Description:The interesting fact about this hotel is it has been constructed in an original Bauhaus style building - in the Ester Cinema, which has recently been restored and renovated. It is not a kosher hotel, but its rooms are equipped with facilities for co... [more]
Most hotels in Tel Aviv are kosher and so are most (but not all) restaurants. The hechshers of restaurants, delis, bakeries and cafes are usually displayed on a visible place so the customer can make qualified decision.
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.
We kindly invite You to "Olecki" hotel in Oswiecim/Auschwitz. It is located at the road Bielsko-Biala – Katowice - Krakow, in the direct vicinity of the Auschwitz Memorial and State Museum, only 200m away from its entrance and just 3km away from Concentration Camp Birkenau. The hotel offers You 75 places in 1, 2, 3-person rooms as well as
the apartments equipped in telephone, flat screen TV, a mini bar and an Internet connection.
All rooms have they own bathroom with shower and toilet.
BSD Your vacation home away from home awaits you in the tree lined, quiet neighborhood of the Artist Colony of Tzfat. Large, clean, comfortable, lovely furnished rooms. Private balcony just outside your bedrooms with an amazing view. Close to synagogues, shops, galleries, restaurants.
Accommodation at Barcelona apartments in Gothic quarter
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.