Galey Hotel Eilat

North Beach, Eilat, 88102, Israel | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Eilat

Just when you've seen it all...

A travel blog entry by cyclingmo


... 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 ...

Eilat day 1

A travel blog entry by jozyrozypozy

... problem. We then had to wait in the cold for the shuttle for about half an hour. Jared and I were among the first people to check in for our flight to Eilat, but we got concerned because Esther and Sam showed up pretty last minute. Sam had been thoroughly questioned and had his bullet necklaces confiscated even though they were packed in his suitcase. Jared had no problem with his. I fell asleep the moment ...

Under the Sea

A travel blog entry by ndsquirrel

... wounds in Afghanistan. You may ask what a naval officer was doing with the grunts (or whatever the Fins call infantrymen). He is a naval artillery officer and shells follow the same ballistic trajectory regardless if fired from land or sea. That explains his interest in explore the gunwell in the Israeli missile boat earlier. The formation we will be exploring was called Moses' Rock. This supposedly was where Moses stood when he parted the Red Sea. We will be going a ...

Day 23, Saturday - Dead Sea to Wadi Rum

A travel blog entry by goweregypt


... different places. The first was Lawrence’s Spring where there is a natural spring as a result of rain being absorbed by the limestone layer, but when it hits the granite layer which isn’t absorbent, it flows out as a spring. Next was at a gully between the rocks which we walked into. There were figures & Arabic writing on the rocks that have been dated back over 2 or 3,000 years.

Further on, we stopped behind a rocky outcrop which was on the leeward side ...

A shorter day with the fishies

A travel blog entry by spsadventures


... see for a very long distance. The only negative about the dive was that he dive master gave me some extra weight, but I was still having a problem floating up with an empty BCD. Before the dive, I had asked for a bit more and was told I didn't need it by the previous instructor. Oh well, I was able to make it work good enough and still got to see quite a bit of nature. I've had worse dives technically and I've had dives where I saw fewer sights. All in all, I ...


This 2 star hotel, located on North Beach, Eilat, is near Stella Maris Lighthouse and Carmelite Monastery, Beit Shearim, Haifa University, and Technion College.
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