Prima Spa Club Hotel

Ein Bokek, Eilat, 86930, Israel | Hotel
Prices starting from $197.00

Travel Blogs from Eilat

A Mountain Bathhouse

A travel blog entry by jkromp


... big day at Tzfat, and we were spent. We left in the afternoon for a three-hour bus ride to Arad, where we are staying in a hotel for one short night to wake up really early in the morning to hike Masada. During the bus ride, one of the guys in the group threw up all over the front of the bus, hitting the bus driver and the medic in the process! It was certainly a long and strenuous trip, but we made it to Arad to get to bed relatively early and get ready for tomorrow. Alarm is set for ...


A travel blog entry by ggrunberg


Today we're off to Masada, probably one of the greatest stories that took place during the Jewish rebellion against the Romans in 70 AD by the Zealots.

Then to Caves of En Gedi where David confronted Saul who with 3000 men were trying to kill David ...


A travel blog entry by rodfricker


... older children looked slightly bored but the younger ones were full of excitement and took every opportunity to dive, fully dressed, into any pool of water that presented itself.

There are two paths through the valley, an upper path in the sun and a lower one which is shaded and which goes straight along the river, often crossing it and causing anyone who isn't watching where they are going to spend the rest of the walk with wet feet. As the sun ...

Jerusalem (again) and Eilat

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds


... which took us through the middle of the Negev desert. The Negev is startlingly colorful; reds, oranges, blacks, splashed everywhere seemingly at random. We had fun trying – and failing – to guess at the geologic influences that produced what we were looking at.

We arrived in Eilat at dusk and found our hotel without any problems. Eilat feels a bit like Vegas, only less so, but the room ...

We leave Tel Aviv with a bang

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint


... is shared in common, in a moshav each family owns their own house and vehicle and lives fairly autonomously. However the land is farmed cooperatively, with shared labor and collective purchasing of supplies and marketing of produce. Though Ne’ot HaKikar is predominantly agricultural, enterprising moshavniks like Korin supplement their income by renting out their spare rooms.

Finding Korin’s house was a challenge. There were no ...


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