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Up In The Air / Re: hilton honors status.....
« on: April 03, 2019, 09:11:08 AM »
ALMOST NO NEED FOR DIAMOND SINCE YOU HAVE GOLD-- I WOULD BE VERY CAREFUL WITH BUYING ON EBAY DIAMOND - CAN CAUSE YOU A BIG PROBLEM



thank you

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With a regular prime membership, one can allow 2 ppl to get the prime benefits including shipping and the rest of the package.

 And for the thread which sells these offers would be the Goods for sale thread. Good luck.

 Here's the thread your looking for.
https://forums.dansdeals.com/index.php?topic=48435.0


thanks,
just to clarify, the prime membership is the owner + 2, or just 2?

thank you

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Up In The Air / Re: hilton honors status.....
« on: April 03, 2019, 06:50:02 AM »
thanks,

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Up In The Air / hilton honors status.....
« on: April 03, 2019, 06:10:37 AM »
hi all,
  whats the best/quickest way to get status in hilton honors program.
i currently have the amex platinum, which says will give me gold status, is that good?
what would be needed to get diamond?

thanks for all the help

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Trip Reports / Re: Sam 28 Greece TR May 2018
« on: April 03, 2019, 05:12:56 AM »
great tr,
santorini is magical,
you wrote you flew back with emerites from ATH, how did you get to tlv?



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hi,
 i guess i didnt realize that amazon made a change to prime family sharing, i was on a family account and now i am not.
is there anyway around that to get back on?
how much would my own prime membership cost?
there were some 99/year deals floating around a while back, still out there?

thank for the help....

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You can't, that's why we have timt


wow, didnt know !!!
thanks timt!

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theres a jewish community in Strasbourg, they have shuls, kosher food, the works...



thanks, have you been?
working on flying into Munich and flying out of Strasbourg.....wanted to know about things to do around Strasbourg area places to visit




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Destination Guides And Trip Planning / Re: Need help spending $10K :-)
« on: February 27, 2019, 08:55:15 AM »

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has anyone been to any of the above areas?
would love some info, food, location to sleep, activities.... anything and everything....

thank you all!!!

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Destination Guides And Trip Planning / Re: Need help spending $10K :-)
« on: February 27, 2019, 08:43:24 AM »
BOB sounds like a good idea to me. Should be feasible for $10K.


whats BOB?
cant find it here https://forums.dansdeals.com/index.php?topic=10531

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Between the size of your family and needing kosher food, the way I'd approach this is to pick 3 hubs (Glacier, Yellowstone, location near Canadian NPs), one per week, and get an airbnb at each location, do day trips.  It will be hard to find meat along the way, and you'd probably have to take it all with you, and shlep from one place to the next.  Pros: you get a decent fridge/freezer to keep food frozen, and can book a house large enough for your family.  Look into what food will be allowed through customs if switching countries.

The problem with this trip is that there is no good place to restock kosher/go to restaurant.  If you are not set on the destination, I'd probably recommend something more like Vegas/LA/San Fran (many national parks), if you haven't been to those places and depending on what time of year.  Or Washington and Oregon for cooler weather.

We spent Shabbos in our hotel room, didn't venture out at all.  There were no Chabads nearby back then, but I believe there are some in the area now.  You can look into renting an airbnb near Chabad.

Unless the locations naturally form a loop, it might not make sense to fly into and out of one airport.  We flew into/out of BZN, but we didn't venture too far.


thank you,
couple years ago we did the utah loop,
landed in vegas got rental car and drove up  (with stop at walmart) to bryce spent the night there, down to zion 2 nights, followed by lake powell 2 nights, shabbat in flagstaff (love chabad!!!!!)  up to grand canyon 1 night , back to vegas for flight home...
bh, was greaaaatttttt trip. wish we couldve extended.
kids loved and really opened our eyes to national parks.....

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I've been to all the places you mentioned (Glacier 3x), but as 2 different trips. Yellowstone and Grand Teton were part of a road trip including Mt. Rushmore and RMNP, with Shabbos at Chabad of Jackson, WY, and I also did a 2-week trip to Glacier, Banff, Jasper, and Yoho, with Shabbos in Calgary, which I flew in and out of. I brought all my food, but I'm sure you can get much of it in Calgary. Beautiful scenery, and highly recommended!


wow, would you be so kind as to send me info about those trips....
how long ago were these trips?
solo or with family/kids?

thank you

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On The Road / Re: Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem
« on: February 21, 2019, 01:54:38 AM »
Guess they didn't learn their lesson from last year when hotel was only around 70% full and every other hotel in yerushalyim was over booked

70% occupancy at super high nightly rate is better than 100% occupancy at low rate.

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