I can answer all sorts of questions with regard to travel to Israel. I'm quite familiar with the country, and with Jewish culture and religion.
I went to school in Israel quite a few years ago, and for the last 15 years have been taking groups to Israel ranging for 4 people to 64 people.
I have a B.S. in Business Administration and a Law Degree.
Various Schools, Synagogues, JCCs, Jewish Federations, and also Christian groups--Churches and Christian Schools.
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You definitely need one or the other. Here's the difference: An adapter is just a piece of plastic that changes the shape of the plug on your device so that it fits into an Israeli jack. Their plug
Ah, that's a little easier than the first question! First of all, there is a laundromat in Jerusalem that does what you call fluff and fold. BUT, if you're only there on Saturday, it won't help. They're
Hi: Sorry I missed this question. Must have gotten lost in my email account. I'm afraid I can't help you with this. I just don't know. I've never had the occasion to need a laundry service in
I have to say that I don't totally understand the question. First, I think I need more clarification from you. What "political climate" are we talking about? I need to know exactly what you're referring
First, sorry for the delay. I was away for the holidays, and ended up in the hospital for a few days. Sort of kills the routine! I'm just now getting back to all my previous mail. I don't really