Leonardo Plaza Hotel Eilat
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... wasn’t worried about the congestion. But, when I arrived, although I found plenty of 1-hour and 2-hour spots, I was having a lot of trouble locating an overnight lot. One of the most stressful memories of my trip will be cruising the crowded lanes on New Jerusalem for over an hour and a half desperately trying to find a place for my tiny rental car. By the time it was all over, the gas I wasted in search of a parking space, and the price I had to pay for it, ...
... in need of abit of TLC. The TV was from the 80s and the remote control was falling to bits. The shower head was falling to bits (water would spray at random angles from the shower head) and the bathroom needed a good layer of paint. The view from the room was onto a apartment block that I thought had been abandoned- no, it was just a really run down building. The hotel had a free breakfast but you had to fight for a plate, knife or cup or the coffee was cold etc.
... on a hilltop in Israel but looking out over Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia all at once. Such close neighbours, but such apparent separation, particularly as we pass by what look like 17 year old hairdressers guarding the border with guns they can barely lift. Promoting itself as a holiday destination, I feel the sense of security is a little too prominent in Eilat to make me feel at ease.
... desert and enjoyed talking to people from our group. We ended up at the Bedouin camp called sunset camp at about 3pm and was offered a cup of tea. We got talking to Watik who ran the camp and Fraser and him got on really well. So well Fraser tried to sell me off for 250 camels! Watik thought it was funny but didn't say no. There was a lot of confusion about how to say some words and what they meant. One being Qatar ...
... to the pinkish sandstone hills. They also claim to have "the burning bush" - a bramble hanging in one corner. Scientists and academics are still arguing over whether this is actually the bush through which G_d spoke to Moses. It hasn't said a word in 2000 years.
St Catherine herself was the daughter of a Roman Emperor but converted to Christianity and was slaughtered horribly. Her bones were discovered several hundred years later after a monk ...
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