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Airfares from North America vary dramatically by season, with tickets far cheaper in the winter. From the east coast, round trip fares in the summer and around the Passover holiday are as much as $1,000 or more, whereas in January and February, with careful shopping and by purchase of a ticket on a European airline with a connecting flight, it is usually possible to cut the cost of your ticket by up to half. (But to get these lower fares, you must purchase your ticket in the winter.) If you'd like to celebrate a holiday in Israel, you can verify the dates of upcoming holidays on the Israel Ministry of Tourism website. Israeli businesses and schools follow the Julian calendar, but because Jewish religious holidays follow a lunar calendar, the timing of these holidays varies slightly from year to year. Make your travel arrangements. By air. The Israeli airline El Al operates direct flights to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport from all over the world, including nonstop flights from New York, Miami Los Angeles, and Toronto. El Al is legendary for its standard setting security protocols. Several American carriers also offer nonstop flights to Tel Aviv, and many European airlines offer connecting flights. Once in Israel, options for transportation to and from the airport include buses (Egged is the national bus company); private car/van services; railway; taxi; rented car; and limousine. A variety of ticket consolidators offer steeply discounted airfares to Israel (and to other destinations as well). Consolidators buy airline tickets (primarily international tickets) directly from the airlines and resell them to travelers at up to 70% below the lowest published fare. These tickets are completely nonrefundable, have many restrictions, and are usually not eligible for earning frequent flyer miles. To find consolidators, look in the Sunday travel section of the Chicago Tribune, the San Francisco Examiner and Chronicle, the New York Times, the Atlanta Journal Constitution, the Miami Herald and the Los Angeles Times. Many local libraries have these Sunday papers. In some cases, the airfare to Israel will be part of an all inclusive tour package. If you wish, you can usually ask that the airfare not be included, if for instance you wish to use frequent flyer miles for your tickets. (If you're a nervous flyer, make sure to overcome your fear of flying before you go. It's a long flight to Israel.) By sea. Several shipping lines, cruise lines and ferry services offer scheduled sailings from Europe to Israel's port of Haifa in the north, Ashdod on the central part of the coast, and Eilat on the Red Sea. All three ports have modern terminals and offer daily shore excursions. By land. Land entry into Israel is possible through Egypt and Jordan. Make sure you have a valid passport. Your passport must be valid for at least six months after the date you arrive in Israel. American and Canadian citizens do not need a visa to visit Israel for periods of up to three months. Anyone planning to attend school in Israel will need a Student Visa. For more information and to check the requirements for other nationalities, contact the Embassy of Israel or an Israeli Consulate. Read up on the country's history and culture. Take some time to learn more about Israel before you go. Check your local library and bookstore, or browse the selection of books available online. You might want to consider at least one or two of the following, most of which are available in paperback: Eyewitness Travel Guide to Jerusalem Holy Land, edited by Kate Poole Israel: A Spiritual Travel Guide: A Companion For The Modern Jewish Pilgrim, by Lawrence A. Hoffman Bar Mitzvah in Israel: The Ultimate Family Sourcebook, by Judith Isaacson and Deborah Rosenbloom How to Walk in the Footsteps of Jesus and the Prophets: A Scripture Reference Guide for Biblical Sites in Israel and Jordan, by Hela Crown Tamir In the Land of Israel (Harvest in Translation), by Amos Oz The Israel Arab Reader: A Documentary History of the Middle East Conflict: Sixth Revised and Updated Edition, edited by Walter Laqueur and Barry Rubin Personal Witness: Israel through My Eyes, by Abba Eban Decide what you want to see and do. Don't put only the biblical landmarks and holy sites on your list! Israel offers a wealth of art and music festivals, museums, theatrical, dance, and music performances, fine restaurants, and shops and markets with local arts and crafts. Water lovers can choose from sandy beaches, rocky coves, freshwater lakes, and world class diving and snorkeling opportunities. The country's many nature preserves offer hiking trails to charming meadows and shady streams as well as desert canyons and cliffs. Dozens of websites, books, travel agencies, and tour companies offer suggested itineraries for touring in the Holy Land. As a starting point, you might take a look at the Israeli Ministry of Tourism website, which offers 4 , 7 and 10 day suggested itineraries with Jewish themes, Christian themes, and special itinerary suggestions for families with children. For free printed brochures, start by contacting the Israel Government Tourist Office (212 499 5650 or toll free at 1 888 77 ISRAEL). You can also order their tourist information kit online. Detailed information about accommodations, tourist sites, cultural activities, restaurants, and other venues that are accessible to people with disabilities can be found on the website of Access Israel. Decide whether to tour on your own or with a group. 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I knew Bettina was pretty well known in Parisian society but did she warrant a gunboat when she traveled abroad? She looked at me smiling like a five year old who was keeping a secret from me and my friend. Bettina was a Parisian socialite whom I met months before at a social event in Paris. We became good friends and she had no problem using her influence with those she fancied. Bettina was the first high fashion super model of the fifties. She was Givanche's favorite model at that time so, she grew to know quite a few well known people over her years. It had been a month before back in Paris that Bettina asked Eric and I if we wanted to go to Istanbul, Turkey on a one week excursion with a very special guest. She told us that she wouldn't divulge who that special guest was until we arrived in Turkey. Well, Eric and I didn't care who the guest was because we were just excited about going to Turkey and staying free on a yacht owned by the third richest man in Turkey! Once again, we had informed Bettina that we didn't feel comfortable about going on one of her adventures with her unless we were allowed to pay our way. This was an ongoing sticking point with Bettina when she would invite us to travel with her. Our time in friendship with Bettina was probably the only time she had ever traveled in "coach" on an airplane. She agreed to our request once again and told us that room and board was already taken care of because we were guests of this third richest man in Turkey. We would only have to pay for our airline tickets which we did. Eric and I didn't feel comfortable with an older woman paying our way to anything because we didn't want to be seen as gigolos even though we were perceived as such by many in Paris! At least we knew in our hearts that we weren't. On some of these excursions, we would have to save up our money to just pay for our airline tickets when we traveled with Bettina. 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After everyone was introduced, I stepped forward and made my own introduction, "Good day, ma'am, my name is Robin Brown and I'm from Texas and they don't teach us how to bow there so I hope this will do". I removed my Stetson cowboy hat which I always wore and bowed my head." The Princess was touched and told me that she would teach me how to bow, later. I'm reacting inside. what does that mean? Them there are fightin' words in Texas! Ain't nobody gonna teach nobody how to bow for nobody here! It all seemed too strange at the time. This was when we heard for the tenth time, "no cameras around Princess Margaret!" My first impression of this Princess was a very striking one to say the least. Margaret went to her suite and the rest of us mulled around in silence like we had all just met royalty! We had and we were just all attempting to comprehend it all! I wasn't alone here, even Bettina was slightly taken back a bit and that's rare for Betinna since she had pretty much met every famous person alive! We were all looking around like we were searching for that cat that had all our tongues! Dinnertime was nearing and everyone went to change into their dinner clothes. I was already wearing mine so, I just retreated to my room to lay down and relax a bit. Thirty minutes later, I made my way downstairs to the dining room. Everyone was already seated and I was searching for an empty seat. There weren't any empty seats available except for the seat right next to Princess Margaret and I sure wasn't going to take that one! Margaret turns, sees me and announces that I was to sit to her right. Ohhh. kay! I'm having dinner with Princess Margaret! Wow! I'm not only having dinner with her, I'm sitting right next to her! Wow! Did I tell you that I had dinner with the Queen's sister? Did I already tell you that? I know. I have to say that from time to time to remind myself that I actually had dinner with Princess Margaret! Wow! How did a small town Texas boy pull that one off? The view from the dining area of the boat was spectacular. We had a panoramic view of the Bosporus channel just in case we got bored with the dinner company. yeah, right!. I'll never forget that moment at the dinner table when I bit down on a rock pebble which found it's way into my seafood soup dish. I discreetly pulled from my mouth, a rock pebble. My eyes are shooting back and forth around the table of six to try to not allow anyone to see what I was dealing with. When I felt something else swirling around inside my mouth, I reached in and pulled out a good sized chunk of tooth. My tooth! I broke off a tip of my upper left inside molar. To this day, I think of Princess Margaret when my tongue glides over this inside missing portion of tooth. I'm feeling it right now! Well, the missing tooth has never really bothered me much because I only possess the highest of respect for Margaret and her persona so, I get a good sensation each time my tongue glides over that missing portion of tooth. Many a hot and breezy afternoons, Margaret and I would lounge on the top level of that yacht in comfortable wooden padded lounge chairs. This all took place a couple years before her passing and to this day, I have only met three other persons besides Princess Margaret that have fascinated me by words alone! They are as follows: Adrienne Barbeau, Vivienne Westwood and Farida El Ralimi, whom I married years later. I am not saying, by any means that I have not received specific influences from others with whom I have been blessed to meet, it's just that these four energies reflected my psychological understanding of mankind and life itself! They are special to me and since this is my story and my perceptions of my experiences, then I think I can safely say, "I can say that!" Spending time together, Princess Margaret and I would run "sarcastic reflections" out of town by sundown, Brown! No one was funnier with their sarcastic wit than Princess Margaret. hands down! We would be sunbathing on the roof top of that yacht and sarcastically converse on the overabundant jellyfish community that would track us down all over the Bosporus. We could converse for hours speaking and reflecting upon the migration patterns of Turkish jellyfish! Margaret's a riot! She's the Belle of the ball whenever she was around. I guess it was in her blood, so to speak. One night after dinner, we all got up from the table and entered into the piano parlor for entertainment. Yes, a piano parlor on a yacht! I know! I'm thinking to myself, "What's this! Entertainment, too?" 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