Interestingly enough, I find that the prevailing attitude of people visiting Miami is to relax, soak up sun and water, and eat at the local restaurants. I agree, Miami is relaxing and beautiful. Just driving or walking down Collins Avenue with the beach on one...

The Vizcaya, was built on the Biscayne Bay in the subtropical Forest in the Coconut Grove area of Miami as a winter residence for James Deering. It was completed in 1922. The Vizcaya was built as a replica of a country estate in northern Italy....

The 18 acre Jungle Island provides real-life jungle experiences of adventure and fun centered on the interesting variety of animals there. Jungle Island is home to some of the rarest and most exotic animals in the world such as extremely rare twin orangutans and over...

When travelling in Europe or to Israel I like to sneak in a long stopover in another country in order to get to see new places. Last time, we stopped in Warsaw. We arrived in the morning and left in the evening. There are...

The Jewish Cemetery in Warsaw is huge. It is spread over 33.6 hectares and there are over 200,000 people buried there. The cemetery was established in 1799 and the first burial was in 1807. Right from the beginning the cemetery had separate burial areas for...

The Nozyk Synagogue is Warsaw’s sole surviving synagogue used before the Holocaust. It was built in 1902 by Zalman and Rivka Nozyk and stands as a reminder of Jewish life in Warsaw. The building was damaged during an air raid in 1939. It survived WWII...

I visited Prague during an extended stopover on the way to Israel. At that time, the airline provided us with a hotel stay, so I am therefore unfamiliar with the best way to get from the airport into town. What I do know is...

I visited Prague during an extended stopover on the way to Israel. At that time, the airline provided us with a hotel stay, so I am therefore unfamiliar with the best way to get from the airport into town. What I do know is...

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