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March 21, 1987 - Image 93

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-21

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pring and summer are
prime holiday seasons.
Here are tips on what to wear
at some popular vacation
spots:
Israel
April and May are the most
popular months of the year for
vacationing in Israel.
Temperatures in Jerusalem
are a comfortable 73 0 to 81 0 F.
In summer, temperatures stay
between 850 and 870 F.
In Jerusalem, clothing
should be casual and func-
tional. In the daytime, shorts
are acceptable in most
neighborhoods. Since most
people spend their days
sightseeing, bring good walk-
ing shoes. There are also
many places of religious
significance where women are
requested to cover their
shoulders, arms and heads.
You could bring a sweater, coat
or large scarf for these occa-
sions; a hat or visor brought
for this purpose can double as
protection from the sun.
Nights are quiet in
Jerusalem and similarly
casual, says a frequent
traveler to Israel. You might
linger at a coffee house, listen
to a pianoplayer in a hotel, go
downstairs at the Jerusalem
Theater where Arabic music is
performed, or go to the cave
"night club" outside of the Old
City for the folk dancing and
singing. While jeans or slacks
are acceptable in all of these
places, you can dress up,
if you want.
Tel Aviv is different from
Jerusalem. Although equally
casual in the day, at night
women dress up to attend the
symphony, ballet, restaurant or
discos. The dress code for
these places is the same as in
the U.S.

Caribbean Cruise
The temperatures in the
Caribbean average 82 0 F year

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