U Suites Eilat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the hotels up onto their roofs to see the city-scape. The Hilton was the nicest hotel that we successfully navigated. When we took the glass elevators 14 stories up to the top floor, it was fun to see all the hanging art and sculpture they decorated the airspace around the elevator with. Later, we attempted Herod's Hotel, but after unsuccessfully trying to bluff our way past the front desk receptionist, we pretended we were at the wrong hotel and gave up in defeat.
... d guess, one question we got was "how do you guys know each other?!?". The second round of questions was conducted by a gorgeous blond female Israeli officer wearing pink sneakers and a gold necklace with the words "pretty". At the last round, a male border control officer told me "you really picked a bad time to come to israel". He also seemed suspicious that I was traveling alone. I said "dude, I have no friends". He didn't know what to say in response. After getting into ...
... some tourists nuts, to say nothing of people selling electrical goods in the country.
It was a free day, so we took a map of the city to the coffee shop next door to plan our sight seeing. Memo to self - never, ever order a cappuccino outside Europe and Australia. I've done it before, and vowed not to do it again, and we forgot.
Everything is really close by, so we set off to see the three main cultural influences on Aqaba over the years. The first main influence was ...
... and a small tomato cost 23$. The tomato alone was over 2$ at 7.80 shekels! One little tomato! Incredible!
Determined not to spend any more money on food we lived on that for 2 days! Luckily breakfast was provided at the hostel, though it wasn’t very appetizing. More impressive than a continental breakfast, this was a buffet of yogurt, salad, cereal, boiled eggs, poached eggs in some sort of tomato sauce, tuna salad, lots of bread with ...
... to cop an earful from Jordanian police however the matter is quickly resolved and we’re soon where we should be. Packing our luggage onto a mini-van. Ahhh, the luxuries of group travel. No more sussing out local transport options and safety advice.
It’s immediately noticeable that Aqaba is a far more polished port city than it’s Egyptian counter-part. Considering it doubles as a bit of a luxury resort for Jordanians it’s fashioned in a lot ...