Leonardo Royal Resort Eilat
Travel Blogs from Eilat
... Kentura was founded in 1973 by American immigrants to Israel. It is in the middle of the Negev Desert and was founded by people who wanted to farm dates. Kibbutzs are collective communities that are usually based on agriculture. Everyone works and shares everything, it is real Communism. It is fascinating to visit a place where everyone lives like a good Communist should. We did two days together of bonding time, getting to know each other and take dips ...
... the 6th floor or what looked like a shopping mall. The buses would come and go on overpasses thus avoiding disrupting normal city traffic. Fortunately, the bus driver was understanding so when I reached the end of the line he pointed me to another bus heading back to the station. Plus! he told the other bus driver where I was going, so the new bus driver announced the correct stop.
The bus ride was a comfortable...all be it a long 5 and ...
... quickly replied when you sit you can fall asleep. Between he and the captain they spent about an hour with us and it was quite interesting. For any future cruises that we may take, I am going to make sure to ask about a bridge tour.
Of course we missed afternoon trivia, but the team did well without us.
It was a laid back day which we needed in preparation for tomorrow's excursion to Petra. ...
... tax and went to find out when the boat leaves and i was told 3pm. Later some other tourists turned up and again we asked when the boat would leave, this time it was 4pm. 4pm later changed to 6:30pm and we actually started boarding at 6:30pm. The boat itself left at 7:30pm. Either way off i was on the ferry to Egypt. A ...
... of nice spreads for the bread, pudding, and real cheese. I'm glad I got that option as it was very convenient and worth the money.
After breakfast, we headed out to see the various sights on our list. We were told that the aquarium is best in the morning, so we headed there first. We were also told that walking there would take 30 minutes to an hour. Hah! It took us almost an hour and a half. "Central" Eilat is no more than a mile wide, but ...
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