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    201 353-7946.
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    (02) 590-2925 or
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    Rabbi Guide Mordechai Weiss

    Providing Unique Personalized Israeli Tours
    Individually designed for both FIRST TIME and REPEAT Visitors.

    • Bar and Bat Mitzvah celebrations
    • Assistance with all your lodging needs
    • Transportation tailored fit your requirements
    • All Day Tours for those arriving by Cruise Ship

    Rabbi Mordechai Weiss
    Rabbi Mordechai Weiss
    From the USA you can reach me at 201 353-7946.
    In Israel (02)590-2925 or 052 720-3089.


    5774 - 2014

    Speaking as a licensed Israeli tour guide,
    this has been a really tough summer for practically all of us in the Israeli tourism industry

    As things quiet down, we're here for you.


    Rabbi Mordechai Weiss

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    Rabbi Mordechai Weiss
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    " Rabbi Weiss is a warm, engaging person, with an easy smile and a great sense of humor.
    He is as knowledgeable and comfortable with secular matters of all types as he is with religious matters. There is always a light, pleasant feeling about him. He gets to know each person in the group and deals with them in a way they are comfortable with. Some people like to joke, others like to talk local politics or history or religious sites, others want to talk about restaurants and kids attractions or football, some like to be quiet.. In each case, he responded to each person in a natural comfortable way. When we travelled, he seemed to know just the right mix of talking about sites we were passing or historical tidbits and when to keep silent, either to let the landscape take hold or just to let people rest and doze."
    Kotel ~ Looking UP at the Western Wall

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