Hotel Alexandre

Address: 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 Solidere.
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        Bits of Beirut

        A travel blog entry by mowgliontour on Dec 29, 2012

        1 comment, 4 photos

        ... br>
        We all returned to our hotel room to carry on drinking, unfortunately as per my usual party trick when I've been drinking, I have limited memories and more of a large vortex of possibilities. However it will be forever impossible for me to forget the moment of going to the bathroom to shortly afterwards find the reckless driver let himself in, push me against the sink and make a move on me, I refused the gesture and tried to laugh off ...

        Heading Downtown

        A travel blog entry by lucindafagan on May 05, 2012

        10 photos

        Tania doesn't finish work until midday so we knew that we could have a small sleep in and then still head to the gym mid-morning.

        We both had a good work out (it was way overdue!) but running on a treadmill doesn't really compare to running on the Italian riviera but hopefully it and the same effect on my bum...
        After showering it was time for brekky, Pierre had suggested that ...

        (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 ...


        A travel blog entry by hodizzle on Oct 10, 2011

        ... knowledge of the country, its political and economic standing in the world, the country's history, key political parties and what they promoted, the names of the leaders of those parties, a detailed itinerary of the places he wanted to see, the cultural or historical significance of those places, the intention of buying a Hezbollah t-shirt knowing beforehand that the color would likely wash out of it, and more ...

        Lebanon - Yalla habibi!

        A travel blog entry by waynedale on May 29, 2011

        15 photos

        ... would be a very positive one. I met up with Imad, the cousin of a friend of mine in Sydney and we instantly became great friends. Imad has been a tremendous friend and has shown me parts of Lebanon that I wouldn't have been able to find on my own - from the mountainside town of Harissa in the north to the city of Sour (Tyre) in the south. This is a small country so it's great to be able to cover half the country in a day and still have time to be back in the ...