Red Mountains

Hativat Hanegev 137, Eilat Bod 1443, Eilat, Israel | Hotel
 

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Trip to Eilat and the Red Sea

A travel blog entry by gravittkiki

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... I was exhausted after working, being sick and bringing the parents to the airport. So while Heiner was on night shift he took care of booking a hostel for us. I found it quite funny when we arrived and he saw the place he booked. He was worried that it was weird or that I felt uncomfortable. It was fine with me. I had a bed, a bathroom and a shower. It's not the ...

Day 51 Aqaba, Jordan

A travel blog entry by luv2cruise

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... CR and we were reminiscing about all the places we have been so far. Some are like in our dreams as we just cannot remember them without seeing pictures, too many ports in such a short time.

Tomorrow we will be in Sharm El Shiekh, Egypt. No tour for us as we have some very heavy touring days coming up, 10 hours each tour for a few days. We hope to just walk around and enjoy the sights and sounds of this next port.

Until next time...
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Under the Sea

A travel blog entry by ndsquirrel

... normally limits their dive groups to maximum of 4 people. This was the type of one to one instruction I was looking for in a dive class.

Day 1:

My instructor, David, picked me up at the Club Inn on Coral Beach and took me into dive shop/Shulamit's home. There I meet Shulamit, who was conducting an Enriched Air Diver course for a Finnish couple. Here I picked up my course book and gear; then David and I headed back towards Coral Beach to a place they ...

Snorkelling time

A travel blog entry by gary.rosewarne

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... and I snorkelled 3.5km from the marine reserve back to our hotel. Great fun! When we arrived back at the beach, Alberto and Olga had found us after their trip to Wadi Rum and we all enjoyed a good dinner. We headed into town and paid our $500 fare for the privilege of travelling four hours on a ferry from Aqaba to Nuweiba (Egypt) in order to avoid Israel. This is due to certain middle eastern ...

Aqaba, Jordan

A travel blog entry by 30sam3

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... to flourish and prosper for many more years, until the sources of riches decreased due to such factors as the shift in trade routes and lesser demand for frankincense as Christianity replaced pagan religions. Eventually, the glorious Nabataean achievements and Petra fell to ruins and a large earthquake in 363 AD destroyed many of the buildings. Changes in trade routes eventually left Petra abandoned except to the ...

Location

This hotel, located on Hativat Hanegev 137, Eilat Bod 1443, Eilat, is near Stella Maris Lighthouse and Carmelite Monastery, Haifa University, Beit Shearim, and Technion College.
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