Leonardo Royal Resort Hotel Eilat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Eilat
... there is far stronger than anything I’ve dealt with before. I wasn’t sure what would happen with my certification if I couldn’t equalise on the way down and had to give up.
Yaniv picked me up at 8:45am and said that we would just play it by ear. Obviously we wouldn’t do anything that would possibly hurt me, so we would just have to see what happened. We started our decent to the Yakush Wreck ...
... Powerball someday, there is a 500+ a night hotel (each room with its own swimming pool!) sitting right on the edge. Think about that, and think about taking me along as your personal tour coordinator and security detail. As long as I have a pool, Ill work cheap.
Leaving the rim of the crater, we went close by to visit the grave of Ben Gurion. I won't take the time (my sleeping time, not your reading time) to go ...
... bath for a while, getting scrubbed down so that there's not a single dead skin cell left on your body, and then getting a massage that feels like more of a beat down than your typical soothing Swedish massage. Sounds fun, right? Well, that description is a bit more like what Devin got, so he'll have to elaborate on his experience. Women aren't allowed in the Turkish bath (in some establishments they are allowed, but on different days/times), so I went ...
... across the bay you can see Eilat (Israel) and 15km further south Taba (Egypt). There is a huge amount of trade moving through this bay because it Israel's gateway port to the southern hemisphere for trade. There was also a huge amount of naval activity in the bay with several naval destroyers and a massive aircraft carrier spotted. We enjoyed exploring the reefs teaming with marine life and one ...
... years ago, settling in southern Jordan. They took advantage of the mountains of their desert home to construct a defensible capital. Instead of building, they literally carved a series of beautiful homes, intricately carved tombs and decorative temples out of the rock. The name Petra itself comes from the Greek work for “rock”. After the Romans absorbed the kingdom into the Roman Empire in 106 AD, ...