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Travel Blogs from Eilat
From Tiberias we headed back down to Jerusalem, dropped off the car, and met Liron, whose apartment we stayed in for a few days. This apartment was much more centrally located than the previous one, and we spent most of our time simply enjoying the neighborhood. The area is pedestrian only, with lots of shops and restaurants. Fifteen minutes in one direction is the enormous Mahane Yehuda market, where we spent an ...
... feet from the analogous baptismal sight in Jordan. The water is much - lets say, "less appealing" - than the location where we had our baptismal service, but it is a more authentic spot, and so we wanted to visit. George gave a word, and then we looked around a little before having an iced coffee or three and then boarding the bus to continue south down the edge of the Jordan as we traveled literally from the northernmost tip of the country ...
... us straight away as there had been recent 'changes to the system'. He ushered us via a shortcut past the locals lining up to catch buses and taxis. Then suddenly we are standing in the middle of some sort of commotion with a police officer which we later realised was because we had illegally crossed the border, bypassed passport control and were technically, illegal immigrants. It was at this point, within the police's rights to deport us back ...
... in the south through the Bab el Mandeb Strait and the Gulf of Aden. In the north, there is the Sinai Peninsula, the Gulf of Aqaba, and the Gulf of Suez. The Red Sea is a Global 200 Eco Region. The Red Sea Rift underlies the sea, which is part of the Great Rift Valley. The Red Sea has a surface area of roughly 169,100 miles. It is about 1398 miles long and, at its widest point is 220 miles wide. It has a maximum depth ...
... Eliat to be honest is not all that exciting, its just another typical touristy beach town very nice but not exciting. It didn’t help that I ate a place called Burger Ranch, the equivalent to Burger King and just as gross as burger king. Our next stop is a kibbutz called Lotan. For those of you who are unfamiliar with a kibbutz, it’s a place where many new Israelis once lived and still live. Everyone works for the greater good of all people living there, all resources ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service