Holiday Inn Eilat Patio
- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... The road leading from Eilat to Taba (the boarder with Egypt), the boarder with Egypt has 2 different features on either side. On the right, desert and on the left the open seas with snorkeling paradise and a dolphin reef with Chrystal blue waters.
Oh, and I won't mention the Ice skating hall (in a country where the average temperature is around 40-50 in the summer during the day)
Enough for now- I'm not a big writer :)
Enjoy the pictures
... wait half an hour or so until our room was ready, then it was up to our executive suite! In theory there are two double beds - in practice they look more like two single beds, but I wonder if that's because they have very wide pillows.
A few photos off our sixth floor balcony, and it was off to the market, where we had a bit of a look around, while trying to find Emma's "spice man". Eventually, after she had showed several people a photo of him, ...
... town. But eventually the owner returned and we were able to get in to our room.
We then spent a little time trying to cool off and waiting for the temperature to drop a little before heading out to see the Red Sea and grab a quick dinner. As we walked to the sea, we realized that this area was nicer than we initially thought. There was a good area along the sea ...
... on the brighter side, hopefully they will start to put the giant tv screen on at the back of the ship. :0)
The captain also had a lot to say about our transit through the Suez Canal tomorrow, we are joining a convoy and will be starting the transit at around 7 am, but this may change depending on how everyone feels at the time. We are quite looking forward to going through the Suez Canal, but of ...
... infection and looks like some sort of red eyed demon. But we're determined to get to Petra! It was all worth it when we got our first look at the Treasury. Those Nabataeans certainly knew how to carve sandstone. The place is breathtaking. The colours, the sights, sounds and smells...there are horses, donkeys, camels as well as sweaty tourists and local Bedouins. We spent a couple of hours exploring the site which goes on ...