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FEIN JUDITH

JUDITH FEIN

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PUBLISHED IN: National Geographic Traveler; L.A. Times; YourLifeisaTrip.com (editor); Organic Spa magazine (contributing writer); San Diego Jewish Journal (travel editor); Spirituality and Health (travel editor); HuffingtonPost.com (blogger); PsychologyToday.com (blogger); Regular reporter on "The Savvy Traveler" on national public radio, give travel talks/performances with member /videographer, Paul Ross; Travel & Leisure; Hemispheres; Denver Post; The New Mexican; Robb Report; Jerusalem Post; Intermezzo Magazine; Arts & Antiques; Continental; AAA Traveler; Boston Globe; Executive Traveler; Hadassah Magazine; TrustedAdventures.com; Sierra; Dreamscapes; Transitions Abroad; New Mexico magazine; TravelAge West; Links; MSN.UK; Metro Golf; Santa Fe Monthly; Adventure Travel; The Link (Albuquerque); Dallas Morning News; Explore Dance; AAA Traveler; Passport; Wine Enthusiast; Yoga Journal; Roman Traveler; Islands Magazine; Just for Canadian Doctors; Native Peoples; Passport Luxury Newsletter.

SPECIALTIES: Luxury travel, off-beat, cultural, art, exotic, food, spas, spiritual, history/archeology, native healing, religion, humor, video, radio, French-speaking countries, soft adventure.

BOOKS: Life is a Trip: The Transformative Magic of Travel 2010

AWARDS: Four gold and one bronze SATW Awards for best magazine, newspaper articles, travel blog and income producing website 2004-2010.



Monticello's preservation forever linked to Jewish family

by Judith Fein, Los Angeles Times

A Jewish family owned Thomas Jefferson's estate for 89 years, restoring and preserving it.

I've never met an American who didn't have a soft spot in his heart for Thomas Jefferson and Monticello, his home and plantation in Charlottesville.

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