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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Travel

Green with a hint of yellow is the dominant color scheme during the Jewish harvest holiday in Israel

Green is the color of fall in Israel, green with a hint of yellow. It’s been that way for centuries, though not on account of the mild Mediterranean climate. The colors of fall in Israel are steeped in Jewish tradition and a commandment from the Torah that Jews commemorate the time our ancestors lived in the desert, in temporary shelters called sukkot, as they journeyed from Egypt to the Land of Israel.

The holiday comes at the height of the harvest season, when farmers in times past built sukkot in their fields in order to spend the night close to their crops and maximize the hours of reaping.

The sukkah can be made of any

French low-cost airline XL Airways, known for its seasonal non-stop flights to Paris, will now offer transfers to Tel Aviv at its Paris Charles-de-Gaulle hub. New Yorkers will be the first to enjoy this new service starting May 1st, 2018. Miami, Los Angeles and San Francisco will be next.

It’s a little revolution for an airline that currently only operates on a point-to-point basis, meaning direct non-stop flights. XL Airways passengers will now be able to book multiple flights on a single

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Legoland Discovery Center (Yonkers)

Legoland offers 15 different attractions for kids who love Legos. Kids can build and race cars, try to build a structure that can survive the earthquake tables, and attend Master Builder Academy. Spend the day letting your kids get into all the hands on activities.

Greenburgh Nature Center (Scarsdale)

With 33 acres of gardens, ponds, and trails, there is enough to keep you busy here for at least half a day. The have a

The Tourism Ministry and Scandinavian carrier SAS announced last Thursday that SAS would resume flights to Israel later this year with direct service from Stockholm to Eilat for the winter season of 2017-2018. The airline discontinued flights to Israel in March 2016 citing “increasing costs and competition,” despite a steep increase in passenger traffic in 2015.

“I welcome SAS’s decision,” said Tourism Minister Yariv Levin. “We are indeed witnessing exceptional momentum, with airlines flying

Serving visitors and the local community in the central part of the state

New Yorkers Laurie Tobias-Cohen and her husband, Yosef Cohen, fondly recall a memorable vacation weekend in Bangor, Maine.

Thanks to Chabad of Bangor, established two years ago by Rabbi Chaim and Esther Wilansky, they didn’t have to rush home for Shabbat during their week-long trip, which also took them to Acadia National Park and the seaside town of Bar Harbor.

The two found out about the Wilanskys’ hospitality