The Jewish Travelers" Resource Guide

2004
  • 225 Pages
  • 0.93 MB
  • 2633 Downloads
  • English
by
Feldheim
Travel - Ge
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12288307M
ISBN 101583306730
OCLC/WorldCa640566638

A Travel Guide to Jewish Europe will introduce readers to areas that survived the devastating effects of the war.

It will also guide first-time and experienced European travelers to local Jewish customs, neighborhoods, and historical sites/5(6). Jewish Travelers' Resource Guide Paperback – March 1, by Jeff Seidel (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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It's been road-tested. It's been time-tested. It's the Jewish traveler's guide of choice. Available now in a newly expanded 11th edition. A Travel Guide to the Jewish Caribbean and South America A Travel Guide to the Jewish Caribbean and South America by Ben G.

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The Jewish Resource Guide connects you with hundreds of Jewish-focused business, services and organizations, covering the breadth and depth of Jewish life in the greater Bay Area.

To see the print edition of Resource, click here. Ramsey has written a play, “The Green Book,” about just such a home, in Jefferson City, Mo., where a black military officer and his wife and a Jewish Holocaust survivor all spend the night.

"Jewish travelers or those with a special interest in Jewish history and culture receive a listing of Jewish sights and resources in an easily-used handbook to Jewish travel.

From a directory of synagogues and community centers to notable homes, kosher restaurants and Jewish retreats, The Jewish Travel Guide packs in U.S.

destinations of. An excellent resource is the annual publication, The Jewish Travelers’ Resource Guide by Jeff Seidel [Feldheim Publishers].

Yoreh De’ah Sefer HaChinuch For a complete listing of synagogues and Shabbat hospitality around the world, there is an excellent book called "The Jewish Travelers' Resource Guide" compiled by Jeff Seidel's Jewish Student Information Center.

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The Green Book is a little-known piece of American history — and many of its sites are in desperate need of preservation P.R. Lockhart. So we have the Green Book, and it’s in production from. Get this from a library. The great Jewish cities of Central and Eastern Europe: a travel guide and resource book to Prague, Warsaw, Crakow, and Budapest.

Many cities also offer Shabbos hospitality for travelers.

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This guide is an all purpose resource.” If your town is not in the Kosher Travel Guide, have no fear, for there is always next year. Contact Kashrus Magazine at [email protected] and they will include your city in the very next guide.

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The book included both black-and white-owned businesses in listed in that would welcome black travelers. The black postal employee, who lived in Harlem beginning in the s, was inspired after seeing a Jewish newspaper with a guide similar for Jewish travelers.

I purchased the Eyewitness Top Ten pocket guide to take with me but I am finding it less helpful for pre trip planning.

I already have accommodations so I don't need that info but I do need a good guide to help me plan the basics, traveling between the cities, walking tours, historic site info, etc.

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Like Diamant's companion volume for converts, Choosing a Jewish Life, Living a Jewish Life is a fine resource for someone looking for introductory-level information on (non-Orthodox) Judaism.

This book discusses various aspects of Jewish life, including home and community observances, the holidays, and the life cycle/5.

(shelved 1 time as read-in-jewish-book-club) avg rating — 1, ratings — published Want to Read saving. Beck spends most of his year writing and is a permanent adjunct faculty member at Jerusalem University College in Israel. His books include The Land of Milk and Honey, A Visual Guide to Bible Events, The Baker Book of Bible Maps, Charts, and Time Lines, and The Holy Land for Christian Travelers.

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A Black Motorists’ Guide to Jim Crow America, Newly Relevant The “Green Book,” a travel manual published between and — and now the premise of a film by the same name — feels as Author: Kaitlyn Greenidge.

Welcome to the Jerusalem Insider's Guide, an independent online resource. You'll find this site packed with essentials for travel to Israel, insider tips about what to do and see, when to come, what to pack and everything else you'll need to enjoy our city to the fullest.

For observant Jewish travellers, *Israguide* is a handy and thorough resource. Lots of info. on restaurants (including detailed kashrut information), religious sites, transportation, synagogues, minyan times, places for family celebrations, etc. New York City. Home to the largest Jewish population after Tel Aviv, New York has thriving Hebrew-speaking communities in all five boroughs to explore in addition to its world-class cultural attractions.

Eastern European Jewish immigrants clustered in Manhattan’s Lower East Side during the late 19 th century, and the neighborhood now has the highest concentration of. That book has saved me a lot of money and allowed me to travel extensively.

I lost my Lonely Planet while in Israel. Lonely Planet was the only guidebook available at the bookstore in Jerusalem Mall. It cost me shekels equivalent to $50USD. That was exorbitant but I thought I had to have that book so I bought it again.

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With the two working together, this guide contained the best ideas for the Negro traveler.