Which is the Best Car Insurance to use While Traveling?

Which is the Best Car Insurance to use While Traveling? Written by the Kosher Itinerary professional Good news! At this point, you have the ability to use your Chase Credit Card, which now provides the coverage for your Car Insurance on rental vehicles, as opposed to going through your company. As some background information: There are 2 major sorts of car rental insurance. The first category includes CDW, which is Collision Damage Waiver (also referred sometimes as LDW – loss damage waiver) and the second category is Liability. Liability occurs when the car renter hits another person's property or injures someone. If this scenario occurs, the insurance will cover it. This brand of insurance is mandatory by the government, which means that the rental agency is not allowed to rent a car out without this coverage. Therefore, it is normally included in the rental quote (even though some agencies may break down the rate to make it look cheaper). A rental company may also offer h…
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Jewish and Kosher Vacation and Travel Guide for the 2016 Summer Season

This weekend is the official kick off to the 2016 summer season! Many Frum and Jewish families that go to the “mountains” or as the old timers simply call it “The Country” are heading out to start their summer season this weekend. The Independence Day holiday of July Fourth is on a Monday this year which is also extending the weekend so many families will take advantage of an extra long holiday weekend to start their 2016 summer vacation. We here, at Kosher Travel Info, have invested countless hours to help you get the most out of 2016 summer vacation season. No matter if you have your own weekend or summer vacation home in the mountains, rent a bungalow or just go away for a few days to a kosher hotel or a Bed & Breakfast. No matter where your next vacation or weekend getaway will take you this summer. From upstate New York, to the mountains of Switzerland. Below are some of the special features to help you plan your Jewish and Kosher vacation. Kosher Vacations This …
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Frum Jewish Vacation in Newport, Rhode Island

If you are in need of a quick romantic Kosher getaway, why not choose Newport, Rhode Island? It is within decent driving distance of Brooklyn, Monsey, Stamford and Boston. Besides of all the historic sites, Newport, RI also has the oldest Jewish Synagogue in the United States, Congregation Jeshuat Israel, Touro Synagogue. Touro Synagogue is an Orthodox Shul. Touro Synagogue holds orthodox services and uses the Nusach Sephard prayerbook. There is separate seating for men and for women. Visitors are expected to dress appropriately. No shorts are permitted on Friday night and Saturday morning. No sleeveless clothing is permitted at any time in the Shul. Newport also has a Kosher Bed & Breakfast, The Admiral Weaver Inn Kosher Bed and Breakfast. There are no other kosher services or kosher restaurants in Newport. There are plenty of hotels within walking distance to the Shul so that you can walk to Shul on Shabbos. Most operate as Bed & Breakfast.  
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A complete kosher food and dining listings for the entire state of Florida

This makes it very easy to plan your kosher vacation trip to Florida and find all your needs on one map including Minyan, kosher restaurants, kosher supermarkets, hotels and Mikvah all on the map in the area of your FL destination A complete kosher food and dining listings for the entire state of Florida. The list includes Kosher Restaurants organized by meat restaurants, dairy restaurants and parve restaruants.   We worked very hard the past few weeks to make sure our Florida Jewish and Kosher Directory is up to date. We double checked listings, added kosher restaurants, edited the hours of operations and added web sites to listings. Read More
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Where is the Best Place to Buy Plane Tickets Online? Please take our poll!

So where is the best place to buy Airline tickets? It depends who you ask… It seems that everyone has an opinion on the best way or place to shop for cheap flights. We here at Kosher Travel Info would love to hear from you!  We created a poll on where people buy their tickets: Directly from the Major Airlines Local Travel Agent Discount Travel Website   So please be so kind and take our poll on where you buy your airline tickets. Please vote (take the poll) here: http://koshertravelinfo.com/forum/air-travel/poll-where-do-you-buy-your-personal-air-travel-tickets-from/   By the way, you should also check out the Kosher Travel Info guide on where and how to buy the best cheap air travel tickets. Please read the full article on how to buy cheap airline tickets here: http://koshertravelinfo.com/?p=14579
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When Is Passover 2016?

What is Passover? Passover is an 8 day long Jewish holiday commemorating the exodus of Egypt and celebrating our freedom. On Passover, it is forbidden to own or eat any leavened bread or grain, and Jews eat matzah, (a traditional cracker if you’re Ashkenazi, and pita if you’re Sephardi) made only of flour and water and kneaded and baked in less than 18 minutes. Ashkenazi jews don’t eat kitniyot - like beans, rice, and quinoa - because it looks like grain and some grain might mistakenly get into it. Sephardi Jews eat kitniyot on Pesach, but sort and check it very well. Passover is kept on the 14th day of the month of Nissan, which generally falls out to be in the spring in the Northern Hemisphere. Read More
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