Hotel Alexandre

Ashrafiech Rue Adib Ishak Street, Beirut, Lebanon | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ashrafiech Rue Adib Ishak Street, Beirut, is near Jeita Grotto, Temples of Baalbek, National Museum of Beirut, and Beit Eddine.
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    Travel Blogs from Beirut

    The Greatest City on Earth

    A travel blog entry by lochlanjw on Jun 02, 2014

    4 photos

    ... truly love Beirut!

    The next day, walking from the CBD to the Corniche, I am waiting to cross Beirut's insane traffic at the lights when I hear yelling and screaming. Three boys in their early teens with skateboards are twenty metres up the road and there is a lot of noise - one boy is hopping around on one leg. I am sad to say that it is not the noise or the obvious distress that impels me towards them, but the fact that they are speaking ...

    The one where we were bears

    A travel blog entry by emilywright on Aug 25, 2012

    6 photos

    Sophie and I got up at 6 this morning to go to dawra for 7. We made it by 6.45 and were very pleased with ourselves not being too tired or lazy. We bought pizza things from a street vendor for a breakfast to eat on the bus and wandered around the quarter. Bastion lives in the Armenian quarter and it is very Christian. We met him and Eli at 7.15 by the monument and also his friends a jordanian brother and sister visiting Eli. We got the bus and Sophie and I ...

    (2) History of the Harbours

    A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 10, 2011

    18 photos

    ... origin. Rather than having them smuggled out of the country by looters in the employ of opportunistic art dealers, the Druze leader Walid Jumblatt, an influential man in the area, and fortunately a man of culture, too, had the mosaics transported to his stronghold in the Chouf Mountains, away from the coast, and established a museum for them in the 19th Century Beit ed-Din Palace. The Palace, which had just been restored ...

    (1) Beirut Today

    A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 10, 2011

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... The museum is thus now closed, and the area in front is a mess. This doesn’t bode well for preservation in Beirut. And indeed, it is increasingly difficult to find old buildings; some exist across town, perhaps 100 years old, with wooden balconies, nicely shaped tall windows, sometimes even with stained glass, wooden shutters. But many that survived the war don’t survive the project developer. It is often much more profitable to pull down ...

    Lebanon

    A travel blog entry by hodizzle on Oct 10, 2011

    ... Another university student came in. He was looking for a job. Moe took his number and waited to continue until the kid had gone. "Okay. So finally these two people come in. A man and a woman. The woman was really attractive. I kind of liked her. Maybe I should give her a call? They sat at the bar to talk with me. The man started telling me a joke about a thief in an ancient tribe. The chief asked him to choose ...