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Re: Zelle Payments and for everyone else who does not want to click on the link
"clearXchange, also known as Zelle". (
It means its the same company.

May 23, 2017, 08:08:39 AM
Amex Lower Interest See attachment, did anyone else that offer, does this do anything your credit rating.
July 18, 2017, 08:26:34 AM
Re: Best way to park a number
I'm going to be out of the country for several months at a time this year. Obviously, I don't want to pay for months I won't be using the phone, but I don't want the hassle of porting myself around when arriving in the States.

I'm part of an AT&T Business Unlimited plan and use an iPhone SE. Any help is appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

August 23, 2017, 03:09:52 PM
Re: Trip to Rome Also this really belongs in:
September 07, 2017, 06:58:11 AM
Re: Israel Master Thread: Things To Do, Places To Eat
THANKS everyone.

So I'm assuming, and correct me if I'm wrong, that if I set up Waze correctly and follow Waze, I should be ok for everything on my itenerery EXCEPT Meoras Hamachpela.

What is the best way to go for a family of 4 (two adults, two kids)?

Depending where else you're going besides for those two places. There are other roads in Israel that are dangerous to drive on...

September 14, 2017, 05:07:59 PM
New Points Hotel Jerusalem: TRYP By WYNDHAM FYI:

New points hotel on King Gerge, right near Rechavia:

All Wyndham rewards are only 15,000 points a night.
Brand New , just finished a few weeks ago.

October 19, 2017, 09:54:00 AM
Re: Cheapest Way TLV to Jerusalem? Can you admin of wiki add option to Train רכבת:

Bus 110 from Shmuel Hanavi and Bar Ilan goes to outside Modin Train Station, Modin Train takes 15 minutes to airport.

November 26, 2017, 02:45:24 PM
Re: How to get a free US phone# in Israel You might need a forwarding number but that can be to any US number once you have it setup you can disable the forwarding and have the call sent directly to your US virtual number.
April 30, 2018, 01:15:22 PM
Re: Rome Master Thread
Hi I've been reading this thread on Rome here, took a looooooong time :)
Fellow DD travelers, wondering if i can pick your brain......

We're a couple that will be visiting Rome for  our first time ,  staying in the Ghetto, we will be there from Sunday 1030am - Thursday  230am,so almost 4 days and 3 nights. (We also hope to go visit Florence for a day via train. We heard its beautiful,  A) is it worthwhile , timewise? B) are there tours that are recommended to see  the shuls and other stuff?)

Our favorite parts of past cities visited has been the Jewish aspects: shuls, museums, history, etc.... both past and present.

In Rome it seems we will do: 1-Jewish Ghetto  with a jewish tour 2- ancient Rome ,using  maybe a general tour??)(colosseum, pantheon, forum)  3- vatican - many seem to say without a tour its  not worth it, so i'm leaning towards a Jewish tour to get that perspective.

So I'd love advice:
A)What am i missing that i should be sure not to miss, both in terms of sites and museums?
B) what things would you pair in the same day and what not to?
C) if you can do your trip over, what would you do differently?
D) Top Meat restaurants & top authentic Italian places?
E) any general advice,.
Thank you!!

First of about Florence, while there are tours, there is a great "tourist office" across the street from the main train station ( if your interested I can try to give you exact directions on how to get there) and if you only want to be there for a few hours they will be happy to give you a map and tell what you need to see. I was very impressed that they were not trying to sell us stuff and they gave a us a free tourist map and drew for a nice route of things to see.

Once your in Florence, Pisa ( Leaning Tower of Pisa is only a hour train ride away) if you go take the bus from the train station to the tower.

About Rome, David seems like the best tour guide, while expensive he is the best!

As far as the Coliseum we were very happy doing the free Rick Steves Audio Tour we really got lot of information from it and it was interesting.
We also did the Walk Through Rome Tour with RS which basically took us on a 2 hour walking tour of the main parts of city - we were really impressed with both audio tours and it was FREE.   

May 14, 2018, 06:14:02 PM
Re: Three-month free trial of CLEAR

Review is a little old, but to sum it up. Its only really worth it if you live a city that has Clear Kiosks and will consistently be flying through only those cities. One cool perk is that once you sign up for the free trial even after you cancel you use the Clear Kiosks at non airport locations such Citi Field or Yankee Stadium for free.

May 22, 2018, 06:53:04 PM