Club Inn Eilat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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... the Jewish day of worship, which falls from sundown on Friday to an hour after sundown on Saturday. During this time the Jews engage in a whole host of religious activities and refrain from a number of other things such as cooking, actuating anything electrical, and the carrying of objects of out doors. Since Eilat was such an enormous vacation destination we didn't notice too large of a difference during those times but it did become much more apparent in other areas of ...
... bracelets, necklaces, and many other things. It certainly was seeing it. There were many other things to see over a great stretch of land. We had walked around for quite a while, then Glenys and I sat and had a cool drink in the shade, while Annette and John walked quite a bit more. Returning on our carts again up to the entrance, or near to, then was taken for lunch before being driven to the border again. MUST See again ...
Ok, phew now I have my first blog out of the way I can start to develop my blogging persona....I'm seeing Carrie Bradshaw circa Sex and the City not Carrie Bradshaw circa the Carrie Diaries...hell I think I'm older than both of them, but don't let that deter! Add in a little Miranda Hart, I know that's hard as good thing come in big packages, the bigger the better, and dust it all over with sprinkles of Eddy, Pats and ...
After a great and truly special day we arrived at the Queen of Sheba hotel on Eilat. It's a beautiful hotel and we just relaxed in the room and took a short walk around the promenade before dinner tonight. Was a little sad as the guide for the other group we've been quasi-traveling with, named Ofer, wrapped up his stint and headed home so there was a round of goodbyes. It's amazing that after such a short time how quickly people can form bonds. It got a ...
... sure, why not'.
Now I don't know about everyone, but when someone tells me a camel ride before going to camp, I think its a one hour out and back ride on a well trained, obedient camel; then a driven trip to the campsite. No where in any conversation did it ever occur to me that we were actually going to ride a gang of rebel camels (aside from Big Steph of course) 6 HOURS to the campsite, with a very nice man from Sudan ...