Description:Hotel Carmel in Rome is non-kosher hotel, but Jewish traveller friendly - you can use their Chalavi kitchen, which is equipped for Shabbat with Plata and Mecham. The accommodation is simple, but reasonably priced, clean and in good location.... [more]
in the ghetto of rome. fresh pasta, delicious fish and outstanding fried. the best of the jewish roman tradition from a really jewish roman citizen.
"Best Pizza" Posted on 2012-01-25 08:04:44 by susan Comment: I was there 2 years ago and the pizza was the best I ever ate -- perfect combination of ingredients and wonderful thin crust.
"Delicioza" Posted on 2011-12-22 13:49:04 by David Nachenberg Comment: We ate at Nonna Betta during a visit to Rome in August. The staff was courteous, the restaurant was clean, and the price was reasonable. The pizza and pasta dishes we ordered were delicious, and the cheesecake for dessert was, too. I recommend eating at Nonna Betta, and will go there again if we go back to Rome. Ciao.
"thanks" Posted on 2011-01-12 02:15:16 by up Comment: shalom, i'm the owner of the restaurant and I want to thanks all the people who visit nonna betta. i'm very proud to play host and give good jewish roman food to the clients, especially observant jews.
London neighbourhoods Our family of four is traveling to London in July. We would like to look for an air bnb in a secular neighbourhood within an hour's walk to an Orthodox synagogue. Can you suggest some neighbourhoods for us to try?
how to ship belongings What does Customs allow or what items do they tax heavily. I have electronics, laptop, tablet, printers, I need as a writer, and also want some household items for an apt. with me. Want to give out blankets, soup, and bread to poor and shut-in Holocaust survivors too. Have Israeli friends, but don't want to bother them before I visit them. No idea who to contact for apt. search and for Customs requirements.
This 4 hour tour includes the old Jewish quarter of Amsterdam, the Jewish Historical Museum, the Portuguese Synagogue and the Anne Frank Museum. The guide is an expert in the fields of history and Judaism.