Table for 2 with Naomi Nachman Episode 223: Fri, 07 Feb 2020 Naomi Nachman is joined by Daniel Schwartz of Passover Listings LLC. Interview starts at 6 minutes into it.
Family Stress?? This Pesach, Learn How to be Free from the Toxic Chometz of Stress This Passover travel a path of inner emancipation that you and your children can bring home! Join us for Passover in Costa Rica at an entirely kosher Beach resort! Wednesday April 8th – Thursday April 16th (with an optional post Yom Tov – Shabbos in San Jose) Costa Rica Kosher Adventures is bringing a very special Pesach experience, combining every
Epic Passover Features an A-List of Lecturers and Entertainers The epic Passover Getaway in Pine Mountain, Georgia, is going to be something truly spectacular! From the views, nature, luxury resort, Five Star cuisine, stellar children’s program, on-site activities and nearby attractions, it is something unique and awesome on all levels! What we want to focus on today is the phenomenal line-up of entertainers and lecturers that will grace this program. A beautiful mix
Luxurious Pesach at the Mesmerizing Beachfront Leonardo, Paphos!! Treat yourself this Pesach. You Deserve It!! Spend Passover in a stress free, relaxed and exotic location while we prepare, manage and serve you throughout your stay. Go for a walk around the ancient harbour of Paphos, or simply relax by the pool at the hotel whilst enjoying a selection of fine foods and drinks. So what are you waiting for? Get in touch with us and
10 reasons Passover Getaway 2020 Will Be So Epic! Pesach programs are on everyone’s minds, and there are many options out there, each with their own feel and style. One program stands out as a totally epic experience on all fronts. That program, of course, is Passover Getaway, which has taken Pesach to a whole new level, from start to finish. There are many reasons to be a part of this epic program, but the
Why Go Away For Pesach? When did going away for Pesach become a thing? Does going away for Pesach in this day and age define your income status? Which came first; the market demand, or the industry luring guests in? I’ve always pondered that question but Pesach programs outdate me. Considering that making Passover is the biggest imposition out of all the Jewish holidays, I can understand the current price point programs set. It’s not