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... of having a webmap is just to abandon the idea altogether and simply upload the route to Google Maps and OpenStreetMap, then people will be able to see everything within these maps without having to go to a special web address. There is an added benefit of publicity for the trail since any map using Google Maps or OpenStreetMap as a basemap will show the trail. I will be adding the LMT, therefore, to both ...
... 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 ...
... has existed since the nineteenth century. There are several company restaurants in Tripoli, and the one we went to was beautifully decorated with inlaid tables and chandeliers. We were treated to savory pastries and then sweets, and afterwards he gave us four pounds of sweets to take back with us! After we were done, we were taken back to Beirut in a taxi that was provided by the Rotary club. Their hospitality was incredibly generous and ...
Inside the museum.
Inside the museum.
Stayed tuned for the the final installment...much more misadventures coming up as we tried to drive through southern ...
... Mohammed Al-Amin mosque, where the assassinated prime minister Rafiq Hariri is buried. More on downtown in a later post. Gemmayzeh looks like a great district for the evenings, but the purpose of my lunchtime visit was "Le Chef". This is a Beirut institution, an old school (and old) workers canteen that feeds the neighborhood cheap, traditional Lebanese food. Its genuinely a canteen - they do take-away and delivery even - but its also popular with Lonely Planetters, and ...