The holiday of Sukkot,
involves intense preparation,
and checking of many specific details.
As soon as Yom Kippur is over,
sukkot seem to pop up all over.
Thousands of tourists arrive in Jerusalem, Israel,
many want to sleep in a sukka and many more to eat in one.
At the Kings Hotel the familiar sukka is up on the roof
and a simple wooden sukka cna be seen at the King Solomon Hotel.
At the Inbal Hotel, look up for the fancy private sukkot.
This year due to the Formula Road Show,
outside the King David Hotel had a different look,
but the large porch out back was getting ready as usual to be a sukka.
New buildings near the YMCA
have sukkot up on porches and down in the courtyards,
and new Touro restaurant at the Jerusalem Press Club is ready to use.
But also new this year is the Waldorf Astoria Hotel,
where I still have trouble getting past the gorgeous flowers,
and the birds and fountain below.
in the Atrium
is the new wow must see sukka this season.
I must get to working on holiday details here,
time to clean and decorate our sukka!
I’ll end with two old favorites,
our sukka on a camel photo was posted by Times of Israel on Facebook,
it received so much attention that here it is again.
RJS along with the buses
wishing all a happy holiday.