Hotel Adi

Address: Topaz 6, Eilat, Israel | Hotel
 
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      First Day - Primer Día

      A travel blog entry by jase-edma on Nov 01, 2014

      3 comments, 8 photos

      ... Ancient Well Diggers and The Great Wilderness". The day started with an amazing Israeli breakfast. Israeli breakfasts don't have any meat, except fish. As opposed to dinners, breakfasts have lots of dairy products. I loved all the feta and fresh cheeses. We first visited a well of water in a hill, were the episode narrated in Genesis 21:22-34 took place. Here there is also an underground water system from that time, and you can go through. ...

      Jordan

      A travel blog entry by richardandemily on Jun 09, 2014

      45 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Timna National Park

      A travel blog entry by i_go_wandering on Dec 02, 2013

      16 photos

      ... Bokek, it was VERY resorty and stuck out like a sore thumb from its desert surroundings. We took a quick walk to the shore of the Dead Sea and quickly realised it is not somewhere I wanted to spend any time, so we journeyed on. On our way there were various signs that I have never seen before like: 'look for camels' or 'beware sink holes, open up without warning'. There was a huge salt factory and magnesium plant but ...

      Amazing Places

      A travel blog entry by hfs on Jun 19, 2013

      8 comments, 7 photos

      ... from desert,stunning , the most spectacular desert scenery in the world,Wadi Rum,such a surprise,reminded us ,on a much larger scale of Sedona in the U.S. a little..We climbed up very high , ever changing views of all kinds of mountains,Bedouin pastures,it is their time of summer harvest,so busy on the land,barley,wheat, potatoes all kinds of things,nothing is wasted,the animals feed on the remains, almost always tending the woolly goats,are the women in ...

      Under the Sea

      A travel blog entry by ndsquirrel on Dec 19, 2012

      ... of high powerful guns, I wonder why they do not have the same problems of crazy people shooting the innocent. Food for thought.

      When we got back to the dive shop, Shulamit treated us to a chicken sandwich. As Anne took her Enriched Air certification exam, Griffin and I chilled out because we were doing a third dive, the last specialty dive for my certification (night dive). We bid farewell to Anne and Constantine; they were not crazy enough to get in ...