Leonardo Royal Resort Hotel Eilat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Eilat
... we took it really slowly, I was able to equalise and make it all the way down. It was a HUGE relief! I was so happy to look at my dive computer and see I had made it down to 30m. This was the deepest dive of the day so I knew the other two should be fine.
We saw the wreck which was much smaller than the Satil wreck from yesterday, but it was still pretty cool. We also saw a massive Moray eel while we were ...
... here, Google is your friend... but he was instrumental in the formation of Israel as a nation. Well, to our surprise, what is usually a quiet spot was abuzz with activity. We came to find out that we had arrived just at the tail end of a swearing in ceremony for an elite Israeli army unit... the first unit to feature men and women in combat roles fighting side by side. There were lots of 18 year olds wearing green, lots ...
... of quality. Got a scarf to tie around my waist and got Kent a haircut in a local barber shop. Nice young man did the job and his friend was friendly and shared a lot about the life there. He had lived in Canada for a small time so was easy to speak to.
Made our way back to the ship and even spent time beside the pool too. Watched Les Miserables on the big outdoor screen in the evening and loved ...
... After a couple of photos we made our way down and went to the penultimate spot for the day. It was on top of a little hill overlooking the desert as the sun set. The two drivers collected firewood, set a small fire and made some tea for us. A few of us took sunset silhouette shots. It was truly an experience.
Just when we thought it couldn’t get better we drove to our camp for the night. This was a different camp to the one we spent in the afternoon. It was a ...
... here where as I posted I thought, well huh, I really had a lot more mixed feelings about this place than I conveyed.
Anyway, in Eilat on Sunday, I just walked. A lot. I went to the grocery store and got crackers and hummus, and sat on the promenade and ate them with the two leftover beers I still had from a few days ago (I managed to make them cold, I'm not that heathen). I dipped my feet in the ...