Al Bustan Hotel

Address: Beyt Meri, Beirut, 1107 2150, Lebanon | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Beyt Meri, Beirut, is near Our Lady of Harissa, Hamra Street, National Museum of Beirut, and Al-Omari Mosque.
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      Beirut, Lebanon April 24-26

      A travel blog entry by kal-linda on Apr 24, 2014

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      This was a short trip but we saw a lot in the tight time frame. Our hotel was in the Jounieh area which was like seaside practically. We woke up the next morning and by chance hired a driver that took us around to several places and had an amazing tour of Byblos, Jounieh, and Jietta Groto caves.The driver's name Gassan and he took us around to places to eat and site ...


      A travel blog entry by emilywright on Sep 29, 2012

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      ... Lebanese and white and look western. All poor workers are Ethiopian or indian. Very unusual to see other Asians. The entire city is surrounded by mountains so it feels nestled and facing directly out onto the mass of ocean. We went to elis to watch a film about dmt and it was weird and 80s but it was very interesting, afterwards sophie and bastion were very dismissive of drugs but I pointed out that I felt it was an interesting perspective on perception and ...

      (2) History of the Harbours

      A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 10, 2011

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      ... mosaic, and an entry gate remains at the far end. The near end of the hippodrome borders a roman road, with traces of houses and shops, and arches, along what was the probable pedestrian part, raised slightly above the wider main street meant for horses and carriages – who knows, like the ones used in the races. The extensive necropolis, containing sarcophagi and burial chambers from Babylonian to Roman times, is also very interesting, ...


      A travel blog entry by hodizzle on Oct 10, 2011

      ... all knew in Los Angeles, then asked what he did in LA.

      "I ran an importing business and also owned a shoe store." Now we were both curious about this guy. He had a bar in Beirut. He previously ran two businesses in the U.S. We wanted to know more.

      "So are you Lebanese?" Maybe that question will get us a little closer.

      "No, I'm Armenian but I grew up here. My father wanted to get us out ...

      Farewell to Lebanon

      A travel blog entry by wareameye on Apr 30, 2011

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      ... kinds) which you can enjoy with onions and strong garlic spread. Zowie!

      It is difficult to say goodbye to our local hosts, who have taken such good care of us. There is absolutely nothing to fear about coming here, and one of my most lasting impressions is of local people asking how I like Lebanon, and urging me to tell all my friends to come. I personally cannot wait to come back, and I hope many of you dear readers will come with me next ...