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And what if someone's family doesn't keep Pesach the same way that they do?
I love it! I've been saying for years that the best hotel in the world is your own home. Let's see, a week away in a hotel at about $$1200 and up per person, times five in the family. Do you have any idea how much cleaning help you can buy for a fraction of that amount? How much fun you could have on Chol HaMoed for a fraction of that amount? A no-brainer for me.
Diana-Fair enough (but I don't think those families would be headed to resorts for Pesach anyway:)
In my experience, Pesach is one of the toughest times to be BT. My family has the rockingest Seders. :(
That does Rock!
nice advertising - is up there with the best of the resorts ;)
Diana,I think your adopted families have cool seders, too, huh? :)
My adopted families do have nice seders, however they don't generally throw the makos around the table, and they don't have Nana.Also, during other peoples Seders my sister and I don't get to sneak into the kitchen and grab chocolate from the freezer!
That IS funny!!