Eshel Hashomron Hotel

P.O. Box 1822, Ariel, 44837, West Bank and Gaza | Hotel
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This hotel, located on P.O. Box 1822, Ariel, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Ariel

A long hot drive

A travel blog entry by guernsey-girl on Jun 30, 2014

... of Yungkai,Laura and Candice. It was lovely... I just pinch the recipe from him! Most people then went to bed, however Alice, Alex, Ollie, Candice, Laura and I stayed up playing a iPod version of charades which records you to watch back! Hilarious! We kept this up for a few hours before deciding to hit the hay ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by k8tbrown on Dec 20, 2013

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Threw the duffle bag in the truck and headed for my dear friends Warren & Carol's up in Pine Grove Louisiana. Dear Lord, Thank you for making Louisiana & filing it with coon - assessment & giving them the technology to make cracklins! Made it in about 8:30, just in time for Friday ...

Swamp life

A travel blog entry by snape89 on Jun 23, 2013

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We set off early in a hazed state mainly from the jäger bombs the night before in Austin, we travelled roughly 6 hours to get to Lafayette with a few restroom and food stops along the way, we got to the hostel at about 5 in the evening and it looked just like a big southern style house, we settled in and I learnt miraculously how to use a washer and dryer, so we did our half tour wash so we should be ok till we get home now, we went ...

Creole Country

A travel blog entry by thebucknalls on Jun 09, 2010

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We have found that each time we drive into a new state, the scenery and feel of the area changes. As we crossed the border from Texas to Louisiana, we were greeted by the sight of swamps and bayous making us feel like we had really arrived in Creole country. This feeling was cemented by the sight of some unusual road-kill at the side of the interstate - a decapitated alligator! We headed for our first destination, Baton Rouge, and checked into a ...

My Trip to Ariel

A travel blog entry by corey_b on Nov 23, 2008

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I tasted teargas for the first time on Friday. It stung my eyes, burned my throat, and irritated my nose. To help with the effects, a couple of villagers passed around some raw onion to smell. That helped a bit. Rocks were flying toward the soldiers as they were approaching on foot, shooting rubber bullets at Palestinians and firing teargas canisters high into the air. The villagers of Jayyous, a small village north of ...