Hospital accomidating bariatric
The Tenenbaums are a really sweet couple who have everyone's best interests in mind. The day camp wasn't run as professionally as it is here and the entertainment was brand-name, so I guess that's why they charged more.They tried to accommodate me as much as they were able and they seem engaged with their guests. This program has a very warm, cozy feeling and all of my needs have been met.It really put me in a better mood to hear people write that I won't be looked down on for wearing a tichel, that it will be a mixed crowd- we wouldn't feel comfortable in a very MO OR a very yesheivish place so mixed is ideal for us, that it's professionally run etc....
Wondering if anyone has been there last year and can give me some more info on what type of program it was? I have heard of disasters like being served stale Matzos from the previous year, having to leave in the middle of yom tov because the food was so awful, etc. Wondering if anyone has been there last year and can give me some more info on what type of program it was? If ur looking for entertainment its not for you but if you're happy with no extra frills youll be happy.My brother who is in kollel told me that I should realize that I'm going for ruchniusdik reasons even if there are reasons why it wouldn't be my preferance and I should go.I am NOT a fancy person at all and have bad memories of going to a hotel as a child.They worked for moths on this and even worked hard on seating plan and they did A job.I even met someone I have not seen in in about 35 years who I used to babysit her children.
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