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 Beit Eddine.
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    Travel Blogs from Beirut

    Beirut (or ADA disapproved)

    A travel blog entry by jsharp9012 on Jan 21, 2015

    26 photos

    ... reconstruction- stand side-by-side with the lingering uncertainty evidenced by tank traps on the streets and barbed wire checkpoints. But in the midst of the trappings of violence stands a proud city with an incredible history. From Roman ruins surrounded by early 20th century apartments to 19th century French cafes to the St. George Maronite Cathedral standing side-by-side with the Al-Amin Mosque (and on top of a classical temple), ...

    To Beirut and back....

    A travel blog entry by diannev on Oct 31, 2012

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... living and working together. A wonderful city with interesting, warm and friendly people.

    From Beirut I ventured south to the UNESCO site of was the highlight of the trip. The ruins that we climbed over whispered many a story - a perfect location right on the bay with a view to Israel, which we could see in the distance. This is a heavily guarded city with the UN troops and Lebanese army working together to protect the ...

    Smilie Syria, seriously

    A travel blog entry by lucindafagan on May 02, 2012

    16 photos

    We need not have set an alarm as we got our usual 4.30am wake up call. We snoozed for a little longer but were up and on the road before 6am and at the border by 10 past 6. The Turkish side of things was very straight forward and when we reached the Syrian side it appeared that all the officers were in their pjs. They were very friendly and everything was super relaxed.

    So Gary and the men did their thing. They wanted us to ...

    (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

    ... They spoke of clubs we should check out in Beirut, places where all those people driving all those luxury sports cars in the city went for drinking and dancing. Getting laid would be difficult, they said. The girls needed to be wined and dined. It's not like in North America. At school all the girls just studied and focused on learning. They didn't want to party like the girls in Canada. To get somewhere with ...