Hotel Adi

Topaz 6, Eilat, Israel | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Eilat

Welcome to Panama City, Israel

A travel blog entry by rebshark

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Our last day in the Holy City - so sad!  We finished up by walking the city walls - also known as the Rampart's Walk.  We started at Jaffa gate and toured around past New, Damascus, Herod's and St Stephens (Lion's) gate.  It took us a lot longer than we realized, but provided a great view into the working parts of the old city.  We saw lots of …

Oh Israel, you are difficult to love!

A travel blog entry by damangela

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... to live in Eilat. He hasn’t much for leisure after living expenses are paid. Hamoudi invited us to a Bedouin sheesha lounge; it was our introduction to the social past time. Though we enjoyed the ambiance – open sky, gentle breeze, Arabic music, good company, and a relaxed atmosphere – smoking apple flavored tobacco through a water pipe was a novelty that soon wore off on us both.

The next morning headed straight for ...

Day 51 Aqaba, Jordan

A travel blog entry by luv2cruise

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... she walked in, she was dressed in the traditional Muslim attire. However, she soon took off her white head cover and then took off her black robe. I was amazed she had on regular clothing underneath, capris and a nice top. I did not think they wore clothes underneath. She was quite pleasant and spoke English with a very heavy accent. I could have spoken with her for a long while, but that opportunity did not happen. Too bad.

Rich and I ...

Elait

A travel blog entry by frawldog

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... This was a fun experience. It was totally different than bungee jumping because it spins you around and you don’t really know where you are. It is obviously not the adrenaline rush of a bungee jump because in here, you are secured and strapped in, but it was nice. From the top, you can see four countries and the night lights of the city.
It kind of freaked me out seeing random people walking around ...

Serenity of the Desert

A travel blog entry by jdoyle

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... peace and quiet I don’t think there is a better place to be than Wadi Rum.
After another night I catch the bus out of Wadi Rum to the highway where I have to wait for another bus down to Aqaba. From here I will catch the ferry across to Nuwieba, Egypt on the Sinai peninsula. A Japanese friend I made at camp and I catch a taxi down to Aqaba and I am lucky enough to get a ticket for a ferry that leaves in one hour. Once ...

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