Aquarium Hotel & Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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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 ...
Was beıng a lıttle ambıtıous today tryıng to fıt three places ın. Only manged two Jounıeh cable car and Byblos leavıng out Batroun. The mınıbus I was ın was goıng all the way to Triplio (no not that one) and you basıcally get off the hıghway when you off. Was plannıng to go to Jounıeh fırst but we drove rıght past ıt- so was Byblos fırst. Byblos ıs a ...
The semester started again at AUB and I'm taking several classes. I decided, however, to take Arabic classes at an institute in Beirut instead of AUB. I signed up for a five week intensive Arabic course. I start everyday at 9 am and end at noon. Thus far, in terms of learning language, it has been a great choice. While fifteen hours plus the classes at AUB is quite a lot, I feel that I am gaining a deeper knowledge about the language, in addition ...
... pedestrian friendly! Around to the Cardio Maximus with some ruins, which lay next to St George's Cathedral and Mohammed al-Amin Mosque (newly built). Church and Mosque stand side by side in unity.
Stumbling upon a tumbling down cement structure across from the mosque, we were unsure what it was. Locals call it the Blob or the egg, but it was once a cinema...today it is a cement and metal shell that is falling into the carpark that is underneath ...
... at the ancient art of negotiation! I still think I paid too much but oh well! The girl at the shop skillfully wrote what I dictated to her on the carvings. It was pretty awesome...check out the photos. I finally emerged in a pseudo-Moses fashion with two cedars instead of blocks of stone. Another memorable shot.
From there we headed further up the mountain to get to the highest summit we could reach by car. It was really windy but I got on ...