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Austria's Mauthausen concentration camp: because turning away shouldn't be an option

Yes, of course, the four capitals of Central Europe we visited on our Danube River cruise with Grand Circle Tours – Prague, Vienna, Brati…

Started by Tripatini

0 Aug 10, 2021

Celebrating this holiday of freedom with a Jewish Heritage and universal travel story from the Baltics

On this holiday of freedom, when our ability to travel is severely restricted, I post this inspiring 20th century story of breaking the bon…

Started by Buzzy Gordon

0 Apr 8, 2020

Jewish history going back centuries is a highlight of a visit to Malta

Started by Buzzy Gordon

0 Jan 6, 2020

Spain's Galicia: Hot springs and Jewish heritage

In the province of northwestern Spain famous for its thermal waters, majestic scenery, wines and Catholic pilgrimage routes, there are also…

Started by Buzzy Gordon

0 Oct 19, 2019

Shanghai China's Jewish Museum, by Monique Burns, in Everett Potter's Travel Report

Remarkably,  from 1933 until 1945, China’s ultramodern metropolis provided safe haven to 23,000 Jewish refugees.   In fact, Shanghai was o…

Started by Buzzy Gordon

0 Sep 12, 2018

Saloniki: ‘The Mother of Israel’

Greece’s second largest city and environs have a lot to offer the tourist -- especially the Jewish visitor Story and photos by Buzzy Gord…

Started by Buzzy Gordon

0 Sep 8, 2018

The fascinating story of the Jews of Melilla

A modest placard beside a storefront door announces the existence of the Beth Minzi Synagogue in Torrremolinos on Spain’s Costa del Sol. It…

Started by Tripatini

0 Aug 23, 2017

The Azores' last Jew

"I am the last Jew in all of the Azores,” Jorge Delmar tells us.  He is a stocky man in his early 50s who runs an import/export business in…

Started by Tripatini

0 Aug 12, 2017

Les Marais Steakhouse, New York’s only Kosher French Brasserie, Releases New Cookbook

Les Marais Steakhouse is historic, so naturally the restaurant’s new cookbook:  Le Marais: a Rare Steakhouse Well Done, released on July 18…

Started by Marian Goldberg

0 Aug 1, 2016

Oy, Olé! The wonders of Jewish Spain

The many-centuries-long saga of the Sephardim, the Jews of Sepharad (as they called the Iberian Peninsula) reaches back to Roman Hispania (…

Started by Tripatini

0 Apr 21, 2015


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