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2 hour flight to Philadelphia + 20 min train ride to center city + 2 hour wait/lunch + 1.5 hour bus ride later... I am at Lehigh University!!! It is a gorgeous campus with a lot of hills and concrete steps. The midday heat rivaled that of Atlanta. I managed to get checked in, shower and nap before going to an all staff dinner! It's a much bigger camp with 14-15 staff members and 120 students! Seems like a diverse, nice mix of people. I am ...
We are heading to destination 1....Cleveland Ohio, to see our dear friend Mindy!! Our kids' challenge is to form the 2 letter state abbreviations for each state we visit...some will be harder than others... Had a blast eating, drinking and playing at Dave and busters with Mindy and Jeff! Amber won a huge prize on wheel of ...
Leaving on a jet plane for Paris and then flying in to Basel, Switzerland where we board our river boat the Melody and begin our journey. Join us as we meander down the Rhine and Mosel rivers, visiting five countries along the way. Most of you know when we travel...it's always an adventure...so buckle up, com'on along and we hope you enjoy the ...
... guide and one of them has to stay with us at all times. I don't understand why cos I could have gone up there on my own and the only difference would have been tighter checks at the border.
Anyway, we have our guide and we go to the Milk Grotto. It is a cave where Mary stopped to feed Jesus and dropped some milk and all the limestone turned white. (fancy that) Of course there is a church there now as well, and the place ...
... this journey that read, “Collections for the Christians in Iraq.” It is clear to me, and should be clear to everyone by now, that ancient Christian communities are being destroyed not only in Iraq but in Syria, and the intent of many radical Islamists is to destroy them everywhere they take control. The wholesale executions of Christians, and the destruction of churches and shrines, constitute crimes against humanity.
As a rabbi, ...