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AUTHOR'S BACKGROUND/OUTLETS

LIST OF ARTICLES ON JEWISH HISTORY AND CULTURE

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A HOSTING SAMPLER


Top hotels and restaurants have hosted the Frommers and received the up--close, in--depth profile/review that has reached millions on the internet.  A sampling follows:


Argentina
Sofitel, Buenos Airies     
Llao Llao Hotel, Bariloche


Austria
The Bristol - - Vienna
The Imperial  - - Vienna


Caribbean
The Guanahani Resort, St. Barts


England
The Ritz Hotel, London
The Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park Hotel, London


France
Murano, Paris
Alain Ducasse, 59 Poincare, Paris
Le Grand Vefour, Paris
Guy Savoy, Paris
Hyatt Paris--Madeleine, Paris
Hotel Martinez, Cannes
Byblos Resort, St. Tropez
Abbaye de la Celle, La Celle, Provence
La Palais de la Mediteranee, Nice


Italy
St. Regis Grand, Rome
Excelsior, Rome
Hotel De Russie, Rome
Hotel Savoy, Florence
Grand Hotel, Florence

Adler Hotel and Spa  -- Dolomites
Gritti Palace  - - Venice

                         
Portugal
Hotel Quinta do Lago, Algarve


Spain
Villa Magna, Madrid
The Ritz, Madrid
Villa Real, Madrid
Restaurant Neichel, Barcelona
Avenida Palace, Barcelona          
The Claris, Barcelona
Mas De Torrent, Costa Brava


Turkey
Hyatt Regency, Istanbul


United States
St Regis, Los Angeles
The St. Regis Monarch, Dana Point, Calif.
The Ritz Carlton, Washington, D.C.
The Park Hyatt, Washington, D.C.
Le Cirque 2000, New York City
Alain Ducasse at the Essex House, New York City
Montrachet, New York City
Tribeca Grill, New York City
Aquavit, New York City
Twenty One, New York City
The Palms, Miami Beach, Fla.
The National,  Miami Beach, Fla.
Wig—Wam, Lichfield Park, Ariz.
The Biltmore, Phoenix, Ariz.
The Phonecian, Phoenix, Ariz.
Don Cesar, St. Petersburg, Fla.
Longboat Key Club and Resort, Longboat Key, Fla.

 

 

THE FROMMERS: Myrna Katz Frommer and Harvey Frommer
Author's Background / Outlets:

Myrna Katz Frommer and Harvey Frommer are a wife and husband team who successfully bridge the worlds of popular culture and traditional scholarship. Co-authors of the critically acclaimed interactive oral histories It Happened in the Catskills, It Happened in Brooklyn, Growing Up Jewish in America, It Happened on Broadway, and It Happened in Manhattan, they preach what they practice as professors at Dartmouth College.

As travel writers and food critics, they have published hundreds of articles
in newspapers, magazines, and on the Internet. Their interest in the intermingling of past and present in Jewish communities around the world has led to a body of work whose locales range from Majorca to Istanbul.

In addition to Frommer Travel - the Frommers Articles are published by
Travel-Watch. Travel-Watch publishes 40 news, features, and reviews covering food, wine, travel, adventure travel, entainment, sports, and other beats daily. Travel-Watch's subscription base is 140,000 which includes 450 newspapers, magazines, (and some TV and Radio stations), bringing the COMBINED CIRCULATION to 930,000 to 2.4 million. You can view many Travel-Watch stories (clips) at Travel-Watch.com - including hundreds of feature articles written by the Frommers.

The Frommers' Travel articles in PRINT and on the WEB are the most widely read travel articles in the world.

Harvey Frommer is a noted sports journalist and historian, the author of 34
books on sports including the autobiographies of legends like Nolan Ryan, Tony Dorsett, and Red Holzman; Myrna Katz Frommer is a poet and contributor to such publications as The Forward, Ha'aretz, The New York Times, and The Encyclopedia of Jewish Women.

hotels and restaurants have hosted the Frommers and received  the up-close, in-depth  profile/review that has reached millions on the internet.  A sampling follows:

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Thanks in advance for your cooperation with the Frommers
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1125 Bramford Court Diamond Bar, CA 91765
Phone: 909-860-6914 Cell: 909-377-3789 Fax: 909-396-0014
Email: NickAnis@aol.com or Editor@Travel-Watch.com
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Clips of French Travel Stories that appeared in PRINT and on the web

Legends in the Making in a Little Known Part of Provence!
The Sofitel Champs Elysees: "C'est Unforgettable"
The Hyatt Paris Madeleine: Aglow in the City of Light
Alain Ducasse; Address: 59 Poincare - "Legumes Homard Boeufs Et Fruits"
The Sun King Meets "A Thousand and one Nights" At Les Perles De Vendome
Le Grand Vefour: A Timeless Parisian Treasure
The Gardens of Giverny
The Discrete Charm of Paris' San Regis Hotel
Around the Corner from L'Arc De Triompe: The Hotel Vernet
Hotel Byblos: The Heart and Soul of St.-Tropez
A Showerful of Sundry Stars: The Martinez Hotel of Cannes
A New Dining Concept in St. -Tropez Spoon at Byblos

 

 

 

LIST OF ARTICLES ON JEWISH HISTORY AND CULTURE

The Jews of Argentina , Travel-Watch  2008 

ìThe Jews of Finland: Is a Community Fading??Lifestyles, December 1987.

ìLochs and Bagels: The Jews of Scotland,? The Bínai Bírith International Jewish Monthly, October 1990.

ìSanctuaries in the Sand: The Jews of the Caribbean,?Caribbean Travel & Life, September 1991.

ìThe Jews of Greece,?Midstream, August 1992.

ìHarbor of Hope: The Jews of  Curacao,?The Bínai Bírith International Jewish Monthly, Summer 1993.

ìAn Unbroken Connection: The Jews and Spain,?Outlook, Summer 1993.

ìRecovering a Buried Legacy: The Jews of Girona,?The Chicago Sentinel, May 1994.

ìMajorcaís Catholic Jews,?The Bínai Bírith International Jewish Monthly, March 1995.

ìA Newly Discovered Sephardic Heritage in New Catalonia,?The Chicago Sentinel, August 17, 1995.

ìReclaiming a Golden Age: The Spanish City of Segovia is Busy Restoring Its Splendid Jewish Heritage,?The Philadelphia Jewish Exponent, June 30, 1995.

ìLetter from Valencia: Layers of Civilization,?The Forward, July 24, 1997.

ìLetter from  the Azores: ëIt All Ends With Meíî The Forward, January 9, 1998.

ìLetter from Tudela: Bulge in a Binding,? The Forward, November 13, 1998.

ìLetter from the Basque Country: A Few Survive Hidden in a Land Where the Inquisition Never Reached,?The Forward, February 25, 2000.

"Hidden in the Hills," Ha'aretz (Intnl Herald Tribune) March 1, 2000

ìA Story Worth Celebrating: The Jews of Istanbul,?Travel-Watch, March 15, 2002.

?/font>A Story That Is About to End: The Jews of the Azores,? Travel-Watch, March 15, 2002.

?/font>The Jews of Melilla,?Travel-Watch, March 15, 2002.

?/font>In Quest of Alsace's Jewish Heritage,? Travel-Watch, March 15, 2002.

?/font>Building Bridges in Segovia, Spain,? Travel-Watch, March 15, 2002.

?/font>Discovering a Forgotten Past In Girona, Spain,? Travel-Watch, March 15, 2002.

?/font>The Spanish-Jewish Connection: The Jews of the Basque,? Travel-Watch, March 15, 2002.

?/font>The Jews of Valencia,?Travel-Watch, March 15, 2002.

?/font>Letter from Tudela: An Accidental Discovery? Travel-Watch, March 15, 2002.

ìHidden in the Hills ?Basque Attorney Describes Crypto Judaic Presence,?The Sephardi Connection, June 1, 2002.

?/font>The Oldest Romans of them All: The Jews of Rome,? Travel-Watch