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... the data sources declared on each map too.
So, that's the paper maps. They have also made a web map using Google Maps but it leaves much to be desired. Route sections are not clear and start/finish towns are not highlighted. Also, they should put placemarks for the locations of guesthouses and one or two attractions along each route, such as the location of Hawqa hermitage. Another way to address ...
... the hıstory of the area ın wax models but ıt dıd have a few famous (well to them) fıgures.
Jounıeh up the road hasn't got much to see apart from nıghhtclubs and churches but ıs where you get on the cable car up top to the hılltop town of Harrısa. Once there the maın landmark ıs the 'our lady of Lebanon' statue. Thınk of ıt as a much smaller versıon of Chrıst of the ...
... a great time. On days when there are no clouds, you can see the Mediterranean from the highest ski slope.
Lastly, I have had several people ask me about the political situation in Lebanon. Currently, it is stable and it seems it will remain so. I have taken precautions and am registered with the US embassy in case of emergency. I live in a safe neighborhood and I remain hopeful that any conflicts here can and will be resolved peacefully.
... beer (Almaza!).
We then went to a very, very nice and famous Lebanese winery called Ksara. We took a tour of the cave (Kevin you would have loved this) and then had a great wine tasting at a very nice tasting room.
I am now back at aunt Nounou's house resting up for tonight. Patrick and Johanna are coming back to pick me up later this evening to go to dinner. Check out the pics from today and yesterday!
... ourselves :), we made the drive into Qadisha Valley with its lovely mountains and deep gorges. Apparently, qadisha means "holy" and this valley was named so because its deep gorges have provided cover for persecuted religious groups for centuries. Basically we just drove around and up and down the mountain-side stopping for photos and fun. We eventually came to the mountain village of Bcharre, ...