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How does one pray in a public area?

  

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Rabbi Yossi Turk: Bienvenidos Welcome. Un minuto ya lo atiendo. I'll be with you in a moment...

Ezra: how does one Daven in public, say Minchah, when no Shul is around?

Rabbi Yossi Turk: hi

Ezra: hello, nice new chat interface :)

Rabbi Yossi Turk: thanks

Ezra: i was recently at a ski trip and the time for minchah came and I wasn't sure exactly what to do

Rabbi Yossi Turk: find a quiet corner

Rabbi Yossi Turk: if possible, face east

Rabbi Yossi Turk: best if under a roof

Rabbi Yossi Turk: or against a wall

Rabbi Yossi Turk: in short--the area where you'd have the least disturbances

Ezra: thanks much

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