Hotel Adi

Address: Topaz 6, Eilat, Israel | Hotel
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    Jordan

    A travel blog entry by richardandemily on Jun 09, 2014

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    ... was very impressive but the informational signs were far more interesting than our guide’s English as a second language historical rambles. After a few hours at Petra we were all quite hot, thirsty and tried and ready to call it a day. However our guide had other ideas for us. We think he mistook our fatigue for disinterest in Petra and he wanted us to leave having seen an off the beaten track/non-touristy side of Petra so he suggested ...

    An Amazing Place

    A travel blog entry by stephgraeme on Sep 15, 2013

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    ... 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 ...

    Arrival in Israel

    A travel blog entry by rvenezia on Sep 14, 2013

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    ... city of Jaffa, or Yafo. For all of my entries I will use the English name of Jaffa. Jaffa is over 4,000 years old and has been occupied by different empires from the Romans, the Ottomans and even Napoleon. Jaffa has a mixed population of Secular, or non-religious Jews, Arab Muslims and some Arab Christians. The first sound I heard as I entered my apartment was the Muslim call to prayer from a nearby mosque. I can honestly say that the two communities may ...

    Day 20 - Off to Aqaba

    A travel blog entry by antonmarsh on Oct 20, 2012

    ... for us, as none of the buses run on Sabbath. So we decided to get back into Jordan and rather use the Jordanians transport system, which actually was a cheaper option. The biggest cost was the $50 that it cost in departure tax to leave Israel. The border is a very strange thing. It is a different process depending on which way you travel through it, and the border post is marked in a way you need ...

    Wandering the Desert

    A travel blog entry by eriklang on Jun 07, 2012

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    ... of Egypt, barely 5 miles away. In front of you, the Saudi Arabian shoreline is visible across the Gulf of Aqaba, only 8 miles away. And to your left, the city of Aqaba, Jordan, lies less than 1 mile away, as if it were an extension of Eilat save the giant Jordanian standard waving in the salty breeze. The airport sits smack in the middle of town, and its proximity to the city, along with the low-flying jets, make for a weird ambiance.

    I really dug ...