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Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Which do you prefer


Which do you prefer, staying home for the seder or going away to a hotel or something? I have always stayed home, although I would like to experience it in a hotel to see what it's like. But I think at home is probably best, it's more personal and less expensive. :)

What do you do?


~ Sarah ~ said...

we've always been at home. or with family.

this year we're away but at friends. i think it's about the company you have, family etc, in the end, rather than how many pools your resort has and how many thousands of dollars it cost just to avoid a little bit of cleaning!

Jameel @ The Muqata said...

Always at home!

(Even though we won't this year)

Lvnsm27 said...

Sarah, yep I agree

Jameel, cool :)

Anonymous said...

home is where the heart , family and seder are

GP in Montana

Lvnsm27 said...


MizEllie said...

Love being at home and making the seder. Which is strange, because any other time, I love going away and having other people do the cleaning for me! ;-)

halfshared said...


Lvnsm27 said...

Miz, interesting :)

HS, yep, nothing like home

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