Prima Music

Address: Coral Beach , Eilat, 88000, Israel | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Coral Beach , Eilat, is near Stella Maris Lighthouse and Carmelite Monastery, Haifa University, Beit Shearim, and Technion College.
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    A travel blog entry by richardandemily on Jun 09, 2014

    45 photos

    ... so it was a very relaxed affair over three days with lots of stops at hot springs, waterfalls, swimming holes and incredible rock formations and long lunches on the river banks. Each night we set up camp at the flattest, most stone free area we could find on the banks of the river and after cooking a delicious meal over the gas cooker we’d sleep under the stars – it was a pretty amazing experience.

    We ended the walk on ...


    A travel blog entry by mikeandliz on Sep 18, 2013


    Kill us now and end the misery! We have descended to the fourth level of influenza hell. Liz now has the red-eyed demon look working for her as well and looks set to lose her voice for the second time. This has annoyed her to say the least as she lost her voice for about three days after Singapore and recovered quite quickly. She claims she must be immune now and can't understand why it's happening again. People keep patting Mike on the head saying there, there ...

    Just when you've seen it all...

    A travel blog entry by cyclingmo on Feb 21, 2013

    8 comments, 37 photos

    ... a city of tombs built down a series of canyons/chasms in the 3rd century BC by the Nabateans, an arab tribe. Later on, families settled there, and - altho the government moved all except one of them out in the 1960's when it became a World Heritage site, some of the bedouins still live in the caves. The colour of the sandstone rock it is built into is kaleidoscopic and fascinating. The Treasury and the Monastery are gigantic structures built right into ...

    Wandering the Desert

    A travel blog entry by eriklang on Jun 07, 2012

    3 photos

    ... trial before Caesar himself, with unfortunate results. During both of the major Jewish revolts against Rome, it was the martyrdom spot of still-renowned Rabbis. It later became an important hub of the Byzantine Empire, before falling to Muslim conquerors. Noticeably, the evidence of Arab architecture (including a very obvious minaret) is completely ignored by the Israeli Park Service. Still, Caesarea was one of my favorite places to visit in Israel. Standing in ...

    Serenity of the Desert

    A travel blog entry by jdoyle on Mar 18, 2012

    12 photos

    ... lot like southern Utah. I set up my tent in the desert with almost no one around except for the few Bedouins at the camp. I am on my own to explore the area and there are awesome places to hike and climb around, lonely planet refers to it as scrambling. You can have the experience of some rock climbing without being a professional. The whole area is beautiful and tranquil and I feel like I have this giant playground all to myself to ...