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Inbal Hotel says soup’s on

JERUSALEM – Soup’s on. Literally. The Inbal Jerusalem Hotel is busy with its third annual soup festival pop-up concept restaurant. From now through April, the satisfying, all you-can-eat soup buffet will be running at the Inbal’s Sophia Cafe. The cost is 65 NIS, or about $18.50 per person.

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Jewish Museum shows Mizrahi loves company

By PAUL OSWELL

The last time I really thought about the fashion world was in September 2001. When the planes hit on the morning of the 11th, the city was replete with fashion journalists, who had all converged in New York to cover New York Fashion Week. As events unfolded,...
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Travel to Jewish Seville is a must with Moises

By ELYSE GLICKMAN, Special to the CCJN

Although Seville, Spain has a widely advertised museum-type attraction in its Jewish Quarter, a tour with Moises Hassan skips structured display cases in favor of a more authentic, anthropological approach to Jewish history as well as insight on how approximately 130 present-day Jews...
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Fighting in Israel forces teen tours to alter itineraries on the fly

By BEN SALES

TEL AVIV (JTA) — When the siren rang out in Jerusalem last week, the 41 teenage participants in a five-week summer Israel trip were already asleep, exhausted from a day that had begun with a flight from New York.

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Travel to Cadbury World is cocotastic—and kosher

By NATHAN JEFFAY

(JNS.org) -It’s easy to imagine that if the ancient Israelites had been familiar with the cocoa bean, God might have promised them a land flowing with milk and chocolate. He didn’t, but such a land does exist.

In the English city of Birmingham, a 90-minute train ride...
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