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(11) Anonymous, April 30, 2009 2:31 AM

If anyone is looking for a B&B in Jerusalem please contact me. mklein@touro.edu

(10) debby, April 29, 2009 9:53 AM

is this the normal price of a bed and breakfast - 200 dollars?

hi. i just wanted to know lori is this the normal price of a bed and breakfast because i am living now in baltimore and the cost here is $75. and i know that hotels are really cheap in south carolina. maybe it is because the rooms are extravagant. i might be going there so please let me know. and as always, u are truly amazing!are u having any more shabbatons?

(9) Ruchie Slatus, April 28, 2009 5:55 PM

Southern Hospitality

I believe Savannah Georgia is the queen of southern hospitality. When visitors call me to see if they can eat in the Glatt kosher retirement community next to the shul, I tell them not to bother. They'll receive numeous invitations in shul & someone will take them home for Shabbos!

(8) Judy, April 28, 2009 1:58 PM

Jews in the South

People are always so suprised to find Jews in the South. My mother's maternal great grandfather and her paternal grandfather were among the founders in 1855 of the shul which hosted Lori. The shul has the second longest continuous minyan in the US. Check out Charleston: you'll be pleasantly surprised.

(7) Anonymous, April 28, 2009 1:49 PM

Kosher Bed and Breakfast in Great Neck, NY

We have a Persian friend looking for a place to stay in Great Neck this August. Are there B&Bs there?

(6) Tally Bassali, April 28, 2009 11:54 AM

Kosher B&B in Venice, Italy

We have the whole top floor of our house as the only kosher B & B in Venice. We can be contacted at tallye@poenta.com Looking forward to welcoming you in Venice!

(5) Anonymous, April 27, 2009 8:41 PM

Jewish Charleston

Check out the Jewish community of Charleston, SC at www.bsbisynagogue.com True southern hospitality!

(4) Lileh, April 27, 2009 12:07 PM

opening your home to strangers

If you want to offer your home as a haven to other Jewish travelers, there is a site called Couchsurfing.com, on which you can offer up your home to travelers, find homes offered to travelers, etc. They offer an area to write referrals, so that you can get an idea of what kind of people they are, you can see photos, and you can join networks that fit your interests and religious beliefs. I use it whenever I travel and have met some really incredible people and have had really wonderful experiences.

(3) NM Rosen, April 26, 2009 9:03 PM

hospitality

Kosher B&B, among anything involved with customer service and home hospitality should always be warm and welcoming. If only those in customer service had a much better attitude and acted more professional either meeting or exceeding the customer's expectations such as in convenience stores and insurance companies. B&B's are certainly a great place for some home hospitalities, and it all starts with attitude as a small thing that makes a HUGE difference.

(2) Aliza, April 26, 2009 7:38 PM

Many of us accept the mitzvah of Hachanassat Orchim, but never really look at it from this perspective. For the people who don't really do mitzvot, this is an interesting view to prompt them to do them. Excellent idea.

(1) jack, April 26, 2009 8:32 AM

Interesting concept

Beautiful idea to run all of your life as if it were a business. Imagine taking the perspective of the customer (ie. whoever is in front of you, on the phone, on the other end of an email) is always right. Thanks so much, Lori, for the good idea.

 

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