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Summer Travel and Vacation

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on June 30, 2011

Tomatoes in  the Shouk Ha Karmel

Hi all, Michael and I  have been on vacation since the beginning of June.  We left Los Angeles had a 12 hour layover in Frankfurt, Germany and then landed in Tel Aviv on June 10th.  We spent time in Tel Aviv and using our hotel there as a base, we visited Herzalia, Hod Hasharon, and Yafo.  We went by private car up to the Galil and the Golan [click to continue…]

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Pico Boulevard

February 9, 2011
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For some time I have had this idea to write about all the kosher stores and restaurants located on a section of Pico Boulevard, between Beverwill on the west and La Cienega Boulevard on the east, just south of Beverly Hills.  The two mile stretch of low rise mom and pop store fronts and a […]

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A Kosher Day in Brooklyn, New York

August 30, 2010
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Please accept my apologies for spotty posting for the last two weeks.  I have just returned from one of my visits to East Coast, in search of shopping bargains and new kosher places to dine.  Kosher certified foods, not readily available on the West Coast are also on my lookout list. 

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Istanbul Day 1 with Ghenghis

May 4, 2010
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Thursday April 22nd The Ramada in the Nisantasi district is central to all and a great hotel for the price.  Once again, we partook in an elegant and elaborate breakfast buffet, including a fresh made to order omelet bar.  A black espresso with sugar armed me for today’s adventure.

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Farewell to Rhodes and Back to Istanbul

May 3, 2010
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Wednesday April 21st The day dawned clear and bright with black threatening clouds across the Aegean over the mountainous coast of Turkey.  After repacking again, we headed up to the 10th floor for breakfast with a view. The fresh whole wheat baguette and butter with orange preserves and a couple of soft boiled eggs were […]

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