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John and I have noticed that we are the ultimate return customers. If we find something we like, we will definitely be back. In Cafe Grande's case, this is the fried kibbeh. On a side note here are a few of our other frequently visited restaurants: www.kabab-ji.com, www.zaatarwzeit.net, www.crepaway.com, www.roadsterdiner.com, www.classicburgerjoint.com
We sat and enjoyed a long lunch ...
... br> Some like the Syrian and Iranian influence while other do not.
Hezbollah billboard, a common sight in Bekka Valley.
Lebanese love their billboards political ...
... we first visited The Quarry, where there is a stone that weighs 1,000 tonnes. It was carved ready to transport to the nearby Baalbek, but for some reason it didn't. The complex at Baalbek is huge, with the main temples of worship being Temple of Jupiter with the smaller Temple of Bacchus (however this Temple is well preserved and mostly intact!). You can easily spend an hour or two wandering around. The small muesum is also worthwhile poking ...
... cheap eateries in the city. I smiled to the fat man, he smiled back, and I walked to Le Chef.
I was welcomed at the door by the head server, a pale man with thin hair and wide set eyes. "Welcome" - it wasn't so much a greeting as a command. I took my seat and set about deciphering the menu, written in messy French. Le Chef had an air about it that I liked, a French greasy spoon kinda motif; yellow stuffing protruded from burgundy cafeteria chairs, ...
We Start our day in the hotel's Cafeteria .
then go toward the coast ..
we spend the day driveing around picturesque mountain villages and eat lunch in a lovely local restrant .
at the sunset we arrived Jounieh ,, but we stuck in unbelievable traffic . and the weather was so hot and humid .....
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free parking