Eilat Princess Hotel

Address: Taba Beach, Eilat, 88000, Israel | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Taba Beach, Eilat, is near Temple of Kom Ombo, Temple of Horus, Great Sand Sea, and Shali Fortress.
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    Travel Blogs from Eilat

    The drive thru dusty dry desolate desert to Eilat

    A travel blog entry by piptrish on Aug 27, 2015


    ... our driver David sped thru.
    Then a highlight was around the next corner! The 'Bell Cave' this was a huge huge cave hewn out of the limestone. Seeing the size of such a cave impressed upon us all how David, when on the run from Saul, could easily have hid in caves like this one.The Bell Cave had a hole in the roof thru which the sunlight streamed thru, leaving about 1 meter in diameter sun light 'spot light'... Which many in our group stood for a photo. ...

    A four hour drive to the sun and sea

    A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron on Apr 04, 2015

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    ... of man, who didn't push like so many others.

    We were then of on the drive to the seaside town of Aqaba. It was a four hour drive on straight roads, but the condition of the roads was terrible. Periodically they had speed pumps of varying sizes, some announced, and others not. I was quite amazed by the lack of traffic. There were quite a few trucks coming down to Aqaba, but very few cars. On the way, we stopped for a picnic. We had brought ...

    Aqaba: Welcome to Jordan

    A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on Apr 04, 2014

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    ... to say "welcome to Jordan" and small talk. Everyone says "you are welcome in Jordan". We ran into a few camels on the sidewalks, and also a funny 11-year-old kid who started chasing us with a box of goods, jabbering in Jordanian. When Mark told him, "I bet you're trying to sell me something", his response was "YES! Very good!". Then he offered us a cigarette. Again, everyone smokes. We saw the Red Sea from the Jordanian side before turning in for the ...

    Diving in EIlat; Advanced Open Water Day 2

    A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Apr 02, 2014

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    ... On our way back up, at about 20m, Yaniv waved at me to show me something. He pointed at the sea bed straight ahead of us and there was my GoPro camera, just sitting on the sand. It had been on my head to start the dive, but obviously with me moving my mask to try and equalise on the way down, it fell right off and I didn’t even notice. Unbelievable! So I imagine that for about 15 minutes while we were down at 30m, ...

    An Amazing Place

    A travel blog entry by stephgraeme on Sep 15, 2013


    ... now and then they have torrential downpours. Last year the whole place was flooded. We arrived in Petra about 10 am and it was 30 degrees. Our tour group followed our guide down a slight gradient which was sandy but firm and sometimes there were big stone slabs to walk on. We had to keep out of the way of horses and horse and carts taking the people who didn't fancy the walk down to the Siq. It was a very enjoyable walk and ...