Holidays

Time to fall for New England

By Anthea Gerrie, June 26, 2008

Autumn is not the only time to enjoy this rustic corner of the USA

It is a shame, given its varied delights, that New England is reduced in the public consciousness to the cliché of a Cape Cod cottage. Certainly the region’s coastline is littered with pretty, shuttered, white clapperboard beach houses, but this diverse region also embraces ski resorts, picturesque villages lined with antique shops and small, red-brick towns where life seems to have barely changed in decades.

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Greek treats, bridge and all that jazz…

By Kate Collins, June 20, 2008

This year’s New York Jewish Museum annual education visit is “Greece through Jewish Eyes”. Taking in Athens, Delphi, Thessaloniki and other sites, and looking at Jewish settlement in Greece from the third century BCE, the trip will run from September 12 to 22.

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Our big fat Greek history

By Marcus Freed, June 20, 2008

Majestic Northern Greece has plenty to offer Jewish visitors

Northern Greece, unlike the tiny islands with their romantic pebble beaches and picturesque white walled houses, has a rugged beauty, all sweeping panoramas and historic sites.

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Peak perfection in Switzerland

By Rachel Fletcher, June 6, 2008

We sample a very special brand of pampering in St Moritz

 

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Behold Borat's glorious nation

By Anna Goldrein, June 6, 2008

We take a look at Kazakhstan, the country made famous by Borat

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Please feed the animals

By Ivor Baddiel, May 22, 2008

Enjoy an eco-conscious, child-friendly holiday down on the farm

Aside from 40 years in the wilderness, Jews are not the keenest of campers, preferring in the main the comforts of Marbella and Tel Aviv. But, thanks to Feather Down Farm Days, that might be about to change.

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Sex and the city break

By Kate Collins, May 19, 2008

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North spas with real sparkle

By Lydia Weitzman, May 16, 2008

A few days chilling in Israel’s lush north is a good plan, especially for frequent visitors

You’ve done the whole tourist thing, and now you’re looking for something different and special. Something off the beaten track, a base in Israel’s countryside that gives you all the pampering touches of a five-star city hotel.

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Slick city breaks

By Jan Shure, May 14, 2008

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Why Irish eyes are smiling

By Lee Lixenberg, May 8, 2008

A tour of Belfast city centre reveals a city revived after years of turmoil

There was a saying doing the rounds among battle-hardened people of Belfast during the height of the Troubles in the 1970s and ‘80s, which went something like this: “Anyone who isn’t confused here, doesn’t really understand what’s going on.”

Today, a confident new Belfast is emerging from the fog of battle and tourists are returning in droves to spots once made famous for all the wrong reasons.

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