Leonardo Royal Resort Hotel Eilat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- TV Channel One Russia
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After a great and truly special day we arrived at the Queen of Sheba hotel on Eilat. It's a beautiful hotel and we just relaxed in the room and took a short walk around the promenade before dinner tonight. Was a little sad as the guide for the other group we've been quasi-traveling with, named Ofer, wrapped up his stint and headed home so there was a round of goodbyes. It's amazing that after such a short time how quickly people can form bonds. It got a ...
... t about to be the only tourist visiting the area, much less accompanied by an unoffical guide. Also, I had a boat to catch.
At the bus station, it was chaos as usual with the Egyptians. Nobody was waiting in line at the ticket office. Everyone pushing and shoving, trying to thrust their money through the opening in the ticket window while yelling at the salesman. And so I had no choice but to wait until everyone was done. The queue seems to be ...
... of the Moon. It is also known as the romance of the desert. The landscape was spectacular with valleys and towering sandstone mountains rising out of the sand.
Wadi Rum is home to several Bedouin tribes who live in scattered camps throughout the area. The film, Lawrence of Arabia was shot on location.
Again, we saw many camels, sheep, etc. Once we arrived we were split up in small groups to go on 4 x 4's to take us to ...
... cab to get our bearings we go inside a shopping mall, but first we need to get searched and go through xray looking for whatever. We leave on the other end of the mall and end up at the beach and walk the promenade. It is a very pretty beach. We stop for a couple beers and snack and then continue to walk the entire promenade. It is so nice here, the vendors just look at you and maybe say hi. I do wish on occasions ...
... t worried about the congestion. But, when I arrived, although I saw plenty of 1-hour and 2-hour spots, I was having tons of trouble locating an overnight lot. One of the most stressful memories of my trip will be cruising the crowded lanes of New Jerusalem for over an hour and a half desperately trying to find a compact spot for my tiny rental car. By the time it was all over, the gas I had wasted in search of a space, compounded by the price I had to pay to park in ...