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Any recommendations for this? A while back in the Jewish newspaper here there was a travel report about a BA tour with a local Jewish man. I don't think he was affiliated with any tour company; he seemed to be a solo, independant guide. If I recall correctly, he also was not terribly expensive. Unfortunately, I can't find the article.

I read a posting by Dr. Dawggy recommending Eternautas. Their website isn't loading, but I think I read that their specialty tours are pretty pricey.

Does anyone know of other tours or tour guides?

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