Palmira Hotel

Address: North Beach, Eilat, 88000, Israel | Hotel
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This hotel, located on North Beach, Eilat, is near Stella Maris Lighthouse and Carmelite Monastery, Haifa University, Beit Shearim, and Technion College.
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Travel Blogs from Eilat

Exploring Aqaba

A travel blog entry by scotbig2 on May 14, 2013

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Along the shores of the Red Sea, the Jordanian town of Aqaba is best known today for it's phenomenal snorkelling and diving. Yet life on the desert oasis was not always so laid back. For centuries Aqaba has had to redefine itself. Since it's ancient origins in 4000 BC many a culture has passed through and Aqaba has become a simple fishing village.

This is where people make their way to Petra, the ...

Eilat day 1

A travel blog entry by jozyrozypozy on Jan 11, 2013

When we arrived at the airport the terminal for the flight to Eilat wasn't open yet so we sat in the main terminal for several hours until the first shuttle to the other terminal opened. Jared was exhausted and I was sick and exhausted so we took turns staying awake to watch our stuff. It was excruciatingly difficult and a few times I had to wake Jared up so that I could run to the bathroom and deal with ...

Relaxing day in Eilat

A travel blog entry by mjt4662 on Nov 13, 2012

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... we had some kind of a guide. In addition to having large jars of lemonade with lemons in it, many vendors also had large jars with water and large carrots. After a couple hours on the beach we head back to the ship to pack. When we get on our ship they take our landing cards for Israel, that would have been a nice souvenir.

Now we start packing for our three day extension to Luxor and Cairo. The ...

Chasing Shooting Stars & Sleep in Wadi Rum

A travel blog entry by luckshmy.subash on Aug 06, 2012

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... they made the 4x4 jump over little sand dunes. Our first stop was a beautiful setting of the desert and of the mountains in the background. Then things became very interesting in our second stop. There was a small hill with soft sand and when you stepped in; your feet started sinking into the sand. Zuhair suggested that we have a race uphill. At the count of three everyone was running at their best but the distance we travelled was not much as our feet sank into the sand and every ...

Wandering the Desert

A travel blog entry by eriklang on Jun 07, 2012

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... When I got to the tomb, I observed the swearing-in of forty or so teenage army conscripts. Afterward, I had a pleasant conversation with two of the young IDF troops, before carrying on to Mitzpe Ramon. The “Ramon Lookout” has become a pleasant little community for tourists and retirees, Levant's Palm Springs, if you will. Although the views from the escarpments were worth taking a few pictures, I didn’t see the point in hanging around the place for ...