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There's more to Jewish touring than looking for kosher food. Actually, you don't have to be a strictly Torah observant Jew to do the Jewish thing when touring, traveling etc. I saw this picture in Tablet and just had to post it:
The artist, Sarah Lazarovic, calls it "Semiteseeing," a play on siteseeing. My family neither looked for Jewish sites, nor kosher food. Our few trips were as Americans. Once I became religious, a search for kosher food became a priority.
I haven't been very adventurous with my traveling. I guess I've missed out in a way.