Leonardo Royal Resort Hotel Eilat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... and palm trees and plenty of boutiques. The Jordanians do that arab thing pretty well. The headscarves are of beautiful fabric, rich in red patterns and held aloft by dual black rings. Then theres the gowns, broad in the shoulders but generally figure hugging and of the finest tailoring. There may be a kind of camel coloured over-gown to finish it off for those cooler winter nights. Either way, I feel ridiculously under-dressed.
As some of us.. i.e: those more ...
... Meeting up with Bernhard again, we took a taxi. Guy was nice but didn't understand the word "hospital" - he ended up driving to someone he knew that could speak English, before driving us there. (Also, huh? Despite being Ramadan and this being daytime, he was smoking and offered Bernhard a cigarette. Isn't it haram?)
The hospital staff were extremely nice and chill, joking with me the whole time - a great way to keep ...
... even at the very beginning of this trip the disconnect between guidebook and reality, in Albania. It was amusing for Kaylie to read the guidebook and be like, "oh gosh, that is NOT true, do not try to do that in Albania!" or "that's not Albania, that's only Tirana." Travel writing all too often overhypes, and that includes this blog too... there's been at least a few entries that sounded glowingly ...