Mercure Mirage Eilat

3 Hativat Hanegev Street, Eilat, 88000, Israel | Hotel

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Trip to Eilat and the Red Sea

A travel blog entry by gravittkiki


... that I have stayed in. Needless to say after finding the hostel and grabbing some dinner, I was quickly in my bed asleep. I slept so soundly. In the morning I met Heiner in the reception area and we were off to the beach. It was so great to swim a little in the Red Sea. The water was so clear. We only spent a little over an hour at the beach. When we returned to the car ...

Day 49 Aqaba, Jordan

A travel blog entry by luv2cruise


Today was our busiest day. We booked a 13 hour excursion to see The Treasury in Petra then Wadi Rum.

We had to be on our coaches by 6:30a so that meant breakfast would be a little bit sparse. We had our yogurt, etc.

First impression of Jordan, Oh, Wow factor. There were very dry looking mountains in the background and they were huge. Aqaba is a small city with plenty of shopping and some malls. We will take our own tour ...

Under the Sea

A travel blog entry by ndsquirrel

... Village. People are allowed to camp on this section of beach. There were quite a few tents and trailers. Almost all of them seem to be occupied with people in wet suits; hence the name Divers Village. Since my last dive was in April, Israeli law required me to do a refresher course. Because some of the skills I will need to demonstrate required me to be touching the bottom, David chose an unremarkable stretch of water with little to see. I didn't care about seeing fish; ...

Snorkelling time

A travel blog entry by gary.rosewarne


... Sudan) not allowing entry into their country if an Israeli border stamp is in your passport! The Israeli's would stamp a piece of paper in your passport, but the other countries have got wise to this and if they see you entry to Egypt is via Taba, they know you've been in Israel. Couldn't take the chance! We travelled real cattle class on the ferry, but all the officials looked after us really well. We ...

Aqaba, Jordan

A travel blog entry by 30sam3


... the only group aware of Petra until Europeans rediscovered it just two centuries ago. In 1812, the Swiss explorer Johannes Burkhardt, disguised as an Arab scholar, convinced a Bedouin guide to help him infiltrate the lost city.

Our tour began with a picturesque two-hour drive on the Desert Highway or Southern Highway through the arid desert to Petra. Shortly after leaving Aqaba, we could see the area where ...


This hotel, located on 3 Hativat Hanegev Street, Eilat, is near Stella Maris Lighthouse and Carmelite Monastery, Beit Shearim, Haifa University, and Technion College.
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