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soc.culture.jewish FAQ: Miscellaneous and References (11/12)
Section - Question 19.7: I am going to be in (name your city), where can I eat, stay for Shabbat?

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                                  Answer:
   
   Go to your local library and request a telephone directory for that
   city. Look up "Synagogues-(your affiliation" and call them up. Ask to
   be directed to the Hospitality Committee, which is in charge of such
   arrangements. Alternatively, a short post to SCJ can get you
   up-to-date information about cities from their residents (and possibly
   an invitation to dinner and a friend at the service).

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