Friday, August 22, 2014 Av 26, 5774
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Jenna Weiner, JE Feature
In a kingdom where fashion is king and wispy models are its princesses, the all-you-can-eat buffet is the last kind of dining experience that you'd expect to find. Yet the two coexist in blissful harmony, for Milan is the home of the aperitivo -- a tradition that raises the buffet to a new level. Aperitivo -- the rich uncle of...
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Over the moon for your honeymoon? Practice, practice, practice -- well, in your mind, anyway -- about what you're going to tell your spouse-to-be where you hope to go and what you plan to see while on the vacation of your life. Okay, the date is set, the dress is bought, and the tuxes are rented -- and Aunt Minnie...
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Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
When it comes to European travel, there is one thing many Jews have in common -- an understandable hesitance to travel to Germany. The truth of the matter rests in the fact that many countries we love have their fair share of anti-Semitic histories. In fact, it can be found in many parts of the U.S. as well. Even with...
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Robert Janis, JE Feature
Whenever travel on the highways is involved, safety should be a top priority. That is no less so when selecting a bus company for your tour, whether it be going to the Lower East Side to check out Jewish heritage sites or your organization's trip to Broadway. One issue that is up front for you to actually see is the...
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Lauren Kramer, JE Feature
f there are modern-day Quebeçois explorers -- or coureurs du bois, as they are known in Canadian folklore -- Raymond des Rosiers is one of them. For the 44-year-old guide at Auberge St. Alexis des Monts in Quebec, his favorite time of year is October, when, for two weeks, he douses himself in animal urine, lays salt blocks on the...
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