Red Mountains

Address: Hativat Hanegev 137, Eilat Bod 1443, Eilat, Israel | Hotel
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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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Travel Blogs from Eilat

Red Sea Diving

A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on Apr 05, 2014

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... required to pay 5 shekels into the grocery cart, a deposit to be returned upon putting the cart back in place after shopping. This is common throughout the whole country. Mark and I settled into our hostel, soon to be joined by eight Israelis (including Lev and Natalka). After a late dinner it was off to bed. We shared a room with a guy named Nimrod (be sure to say it with an Israeli accent) and his beautiful golden retriever, Mika. Thank goodness ...

Arrival in Israel

A travel blog entry by rvenezia on Sep 14, 2013

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... for solar fields. It was incredible to hear that the Kibbutz’s electricity is all done through solar power. Within the next seven years, all of Southern Israel, including the tourist beach city of Eilat will be powered using solar panels from the area surrounding the Kibbutz. That is insane to me, where in America we refuse to consider the possibility of using solar for big things. The Kibbutz also makes money from their dairy cows and their algae ...


A travel blog entry by beckylharris on May 14, 2013

1 comment, 2 photos

Jim was feeling better so he was able to go to Petra but I think he wishes he hadn't. It was a long walk on uneven ground. The walk in wasn't bad, it was the walk out. All uphill. Took about 4 hours total. Petra was a city carved in stone. You walk in thru a long narrow gorge to get to the building called the Treasury. It's the most beautiful monument there. There was a theatre that could seat 3000 people. There are tombs, temples, burial chambers, paved streets, houses ...


A travel blog entry by vanivan on Aug 03, 2012

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... spring.

Next, we were taken by Mohammed, Audeh's brother and our guide, in a 4x4 away from the village, literally driving off a road at the edge of town that led to "nowhere" (though there were tracks everywhere in the sand). We were taken from stop to stop, allowed plenty of time to explore, climb, and take in the giant natural formations. Rock bridges, canyons, springs, sand dunes...and of course, ancient petroglyphs from Nabataean times. I ...

Into Israel

A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Jun 30, 2012


Not sure what is happening with the truck. One minute they are talking about taking it back to Egypt and shipping it to Turkey from there, and the next minute they are saying it can go through Syria but with no passengers. The Syria option is the owners preferred option as he doesn't want to pay the $5ooo for the ferry. ( stay tuned) Whatever way we, (the remaining passengers), were left with no option but to leave the truck in Jordon and fly ...

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