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Fly to Uman for Rosh Hashanah

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Uman for Rosh Hashana

Rosh HaShanah is an extraordinary day. When you add Rebbe Nachman's unique flavor to it, the picture comes into sharp focus, enabling us to view the day with a new clarity. Each year, a quarter of a million people, from the decidedly secular to the most fervent of believers, make the pilgrimage to the city because, according to tradition, Rabbi Nachman promised to intercede on behalf of anybody praying at his grave on Rosh Hashanah. Rebbe Nachman said that on Rosh HaShanah he was able to help people in certain ways that he simply was not able to the rest of the year. He put so much stress on the importance of his Rosh HaShanah that he exclaimed, "My very essence is Rosh HaShanah!" People from many different backgrounds come to the Rebbe's Tzion for Rosh Hashanah.

Those arriving in Kiev on their own can take a taxi directly from the airport to Uman (about three hours by cab). Ukrainian taxis seat four only and their baggage compartments are small, so be forewarned about the difficulties involved in transporting large suitcases. Be wary of the "socialist-turned-capitalist" taxi drivers who know of our desire to get to Uman and wish to capitalize on it. Do not be afraid to bargain their stated price as they will then overcharge everyone else who follows. It sometimes pays to travel from the airport into Kiev, where one can pick up a taxi for less.

Ukraine is a northern country and the weather in Uman during September can be cold and wet. You'll be thankful you brought rain and winter gear. Don't expect central heating - you can always take layers off. As on any foreign trip, it is best to avoid drinking tap water so rely on bottled drinks or boiled water. Whatever you do, don't forget your passport, visa, and ticket!

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