Leonardo Royal Resort Hotel Eilat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and rightfully so as Richard slipped on the way back, popped the middle of his jandals and almost fell – it was quite frightening). We ended up having a small yelling match with the guide (who was now on a neighboring cliff face) and making a group decision to head back the way we came. This meant we would definitely miss our bus – but that we would all at least cross the boarder that day before it closed. After a long, hot ...
... city of Jaffa, or Yafo. For all of my entries I will use the English name of Jaffa. Jaffa is over 4,000 years old and has been occupied by different empires from the Romans, the Ottomans and even Napoleon. Jaffa has a mixed population of Secular, or non-religious Jews, Arab Muslims and some Arab Christians. The first sound I heard as I entered my apartment was the Muslim call to prayer from a nearby mosque. I can honestly say that the two communities may ...
... For the first time in my life, I heard absolutely nothing. It was as startling as it was refreshing and peaceful. Just me, the earth and the air. I slept under the stars and awoke as soon as the sun began to rise and the formations around me were painted a different color than the night before and even more beautiful.
Wadi Rum wraps its guests in a warm tranquil embrace that makes it difficult to board a 4x4 to head out of the park in the ...
... for instance men are allowed to have four wives; I’m still trying to convince Carolina of the merits, no luck so far, but good things take time.
Other highlights of Jordan:
- Sleeping in a Bedouin camp: in a goat hair tent in the desert, with an illuminated rock next to it.
- Cycling past the Dead sea: with of course the mandatory mud and float in the 31% salty water. ...
... the highway, turrets gleaming in the sun.
The temperature continued to rise as I rolled into Eilat. Wedged between three other countries, Eilat is in a strategic position as Israel’s only outlet to the Red Sea and therefore, the Indian Ocean. Today, it is not only an important port, but also a seaside resort full of high-rise hotels. Again, as with almost everything in Israel, the closeness amazed me. Coming in through the Arav Valley, I spotted a ...