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Travel Product Review: Western Digital Portable Hard Drive: My Passport Essential SE

A must for any technophile is having data storage with you on the go. When traveling overseas, using a cloud based storage solution can be difficult with limited and spotty web access overseas. Having said that, a product like Western Digital’s Portable Hard Drive: My Passport Essential SE can truly come in handy. With multiple […]

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Restaurants with Sukkot 2010

CLICK HERE: UPDATED FOR 2013   This list was compiled by our community of Kosher travelers. Thank you to everyone to contributed! (There is no doubt that this list is incomplete. If there are restaurants that are not listed that have a Sukkah, please comment below.) To get YeahThatsKosher updates via email, click here. Find us […]

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Good News! TSA: “You Can Fly With Your Lulav & Essrog”

TSA Advisory: The travel period for the Jewish holiday of Sukkot is from September 19 through October 4, 2010. Observant Jewish travelers may carry four plants – a palm branch, myrtle twigs, willow twigs, and a citron – in airports and through security checkpoints. These plants are religious articles and may be carried either separately […]

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Exotic Cuisine in Buenos Aires – “ASIAN” [Review]

“One of my favorite kosher restaurants in the world.” ~Dani Many people have been contacting me about tips of things to see, do, and eat in Buenos Aires. After my trip there last fall I had the opportunity to taste much of what Kosher Buenos Aires has to offer, which was a lot. I blogged […]

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Boston’s Milk Street Cafe Comes to #NYC

New York’s downtown financial district has been lacking from Kosher options recently with the close of Circa, and the close of the Kosher Subway, leaving only 2 other options – not too close to Wall Street. Enter Milk Street Cafe, the only Kosher restaurant in downtown Boston. They will be opening at a large location […]

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Kosher Travel finds at KosherFest 09

Last week I was fortunate enough to have attended KosherFest 2009. This was my second year in row at the convention, and I learned from my mistakes last year: don’t eat too much or you’ll get majorly nauseous, and only eat meat in the last 3 hours of your day otherwise you’ll miss out on […]

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TRAVEL TIPS: Top 10 tips for Backpackers

This is a re-post from CheapOair’s blog: http://cheapoair.wordpress.com/2008/10/27/ten-tips-for-backpackers/ Traveling abroad excites most of us, but it can be difficult to read situations in another country, with its different languages and customs. So, whether you’re a young traveler or a retiree, there are a few more things apart from passport, tickets and packing your bags, you […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Las Vegas, NV

Contributed by: Mark Medetsky | Last Date of Travel: May 2008 Kosher Info: The lights, the nightlife, the attractions, the casinos. For a person who has never been to this region of the U.S., it is very easy to get lost while taking everything in. Where to start? Where to go with families? Shabbat accommodations? […]

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