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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      "I think we're alone now...."

      A travel blog entry by 613flavah on Oct 24, 2014

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      ... own.

      We lounged in bed watching movies until noonish when we rolled out and cooked some brunch. Then we headed out to explore the areas close to the hotel, I had been telling Jimmy I really wanted to get my hair straightened again so we were on the hunt for another salon. We found a great one not too far from the hotel. For $10 US, they washed my hair, blow dried my hair straight then proceeded to flat ...


      A travel blog entry by emilywright on Sep 29, 2012

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      ... and the pope in his popemobile. He looked very sweet and I have an image of him with the sunset behind him which I will never forget. We stayed for mass and heard him speak. It was impressive About 1 in 5 people in beirut wear clothes with the British flag on Last Sunday we went to elie and monims house for lunch and to watch a film about dreams. They cooked us a potato/chicken curry sort of thing which was really good, but it was awkward that it was just Isabel ...

      (2) History of the Harbours

      A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 10, 2011

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      ... 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

      ... to come through. "I don't know everything but I know he had killed people. You could see it in his eyes. He didn't want me to live that kind of life. So we came here. Many Armenians live in Beirut. There's a whole community of us just up the street from here."

      "Did you move to the U.S. during the war here?"

      "No. I was just in the U.S. recently. I was still pretty young during the war. I lived in quite ...

      Dinner at Maharaja Restaurant in Beirut

      A travel blog entry by wareameye on Apr 27, 2011

      Several of our number have other plans this evening, but six of us hard-core dine-around-town folk venture out to Maharaja Restaurant to feast on Indian cuisine. Our taste-buds are not disappointed in the least, and we all waft back to our hotel in a cloud of garlic nan fumes. The broad smiles on our faces are the result of being regaled by our Aussie tour companion with stories of his adventures in the land Down Under. Another heavenly day in ...