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Thank You Chai4ever

Dear Chai4ever,

Thank you so much for arranging our little family vacation for us last week in Netanya.

It was good for everyone to have some chill out time together. This summer was pretty crazy with my radiation treatment every day plus the war. It definitely took a toll on all of us.

Having the house with a pool was so exciting for the kids. I literally had to drag them out of the pool. schneider

The house was gorgeous. The pool and outside area was amazing. Most of all, the people who run the place were so exceptionally nice and accommodating. When we went to the beach they came over with several new sand toys for the kids to play with and keep. It was so unnecessary but so thoughtful.

And my kids have never eaten so much fruit in their lives! 🙂

Thank you and your organization so much again.

Sincerely,

Shalva

Posted by chai4ever on September 4, 2014

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