Published December 23, 2004
by Routledge .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||440|
Jewish Travellers First published in The wandering Jew is a very real character in the great drama of history. He has travelled as nomad and settler, as fugitive and conqueror, as exile and colonist and as merchant and Edition: 1st Edition. First published in The wandering Jew is a very real character in the great drama of history. He has travelled as nomad and settler, as fugitive and conqueror, as exile and colonist and as. This fascinating book vividly portrays the wandering Jew as a very real character in the great drama of history. In nineteen engaging narratives, some twelve centuries old, travelling Jewish scholars, merchants, pilgrims, ambassadors, and others 4/5(14). Each book contains everything the traveler needs to know to visit Jewish historic and cultural sights along with a fascinating narrative, told through the prism of Jewish experience, that places the sights in historical context. Chock full of travel resources -- .
HOwever, the book does not cover asia or the south pacific so it is not good as a guide to world jewish travel. The Ben Frank book lists more restaurants but this book tells you the historic significance and current sites of interest to the jewish traveller. Read more. 4 people found this helpful/5(6). Inspired by earlier books published for Jewish audiences, Green developed a guide to help black Americans indulge in travel without fear. The Green Book became "the bible of black travel during Jim Crow", enabling black travelers to find lodgings, businesses, and gas stations that would serve them along the road. It was little known outside the African-American : Victor Hugo Green. Vacations that change your life. There are vacations, and then there are journeys escapes so unforgettable, you’ll be talking about them for years to Amazing Journeys celebrates 20 years of incomparable travel, we’re proud to be the company Jewish singles turn to when they want a truly unique way to embrace their wanderlust.
A Travel Guide to Jewish Europe will introduce readers to areas that survived the devastating effects of the war. It will also guide first-time and experienced European travelers to local Jewish customs, neighborhoods, and historical sites/5(6). Book Description. First published in The wandering Jew is a very real character in the great drama of history. Based on the volume of 24 Hebrew texts of Jewish travellers by J D Eisenstein, this volume begins with the ninth century. After the sixteenth century geographical discoveries had made the whole world familiar to most people. A member of numerous international press organizations, he has published articles in magazines and newspapers worldwide and is known as one of the most authoritative travel writers on Jewish communities and culture. Frank also is the author of A Travel Guide to /5(6). Genizah documents attest to considerable travel by Jewish merchants from the Middle East to India and other Asian countries. The most famous Jewish medieval traveler was *Benjamin b. Jonah of Tudela who journeyed in the second half of the 12 th century. He wrote a book on his travels, which vividly depicts the many Jewish communities he visited.