Hotel Adi

Topaz 6, Eilat, Israel | Hotel
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An unforeseeable event ....

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung

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... We knew that this was Eilat at its busiest as it was the Shavuot long weekend.

After ringing a few hotels to no avail, we fortunately found the 'last' room in a “hostel” that would take 3 of us. It didn't sound luxurious but the alternative was to sleep on the beach (with the mosquitoes)! There were several tents pitched on the beach so the idea did cross our minds!

The room was basic but it did have aircon and wifi. It didn't take me long to ...

Rifles and Bibles...

A travel blog entry by ronmehl

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Hello blog follower,

Well today you get 2 days for the price of 1. One day is very simple, because I have no pictures (yet). Yesterday we had a free day in Eilat, which I came to call the Las Vegas of Israel. Most of the group decided to go into Jordan and visit Petra. I, along with several others, chose to take the day and explore Eilat, rest a little, and talk shop with our guide Gilla regarding our next trip. ...

Parting the seas. Thanks Moses.

A travel blog entry by muzbec

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... He talks with the oozy creepiness of a mad scientist and strikes an immediate discord with some of the members of our group. There’s rolling eyes and rather abrupt ‘I’m sorry..?’ and ‘What?’ But he didn’t bother me, I love quirks and weird psychopaths. Faizal leads us on a path of ‘new procedure’ through Jordanian immigration which involves taking us through the Departures hall, an area secured against new arrivals. ...

Solitude

A travel blog entry by vanivan

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Given how I seem to suffer from heat exhaustion and a stomach illness after each desert visit I do (well, all of two), I was initially apprehensive about coming to Wadi Rum.

Oh, how naive I can be sometimes. I certainly didn't suffer at all this time - in fact, Wadi Rum was at a downright comfortable temperature most of the time - but I certainly didn't expect the scenery that was coming. (Again, I'm glad I didn't spoil myself with photos beforehand!) ...

Out of Africa

A travel blog entry by cadkinsca

5

... t cross the border. It is get out and walk. The border crossing itself, at least at 6:00 a.m. was smooth, and then it is a taxi to the Red Sea resort city of Eilat. I had never heard of it either, but resort cities normally mean scantilly clad chicks, so I stayed a night. The Red Sea resorts in Egypt and Jordan are allegedly mostly patronized by ...

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