L'Auberge Des Cedres
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We continued walking around checking out some shopping (didn't buy anything, this time)
We're now all back at the hotel resting since we're heading to the bride's place for 7pm and then off to a "stag n doe" party after that.
Have a good day and I'll try to write another note after the party depending on what time we get back (Lebanese like to start partying late and finish late yikes!)
... We were so excited by this so we filled in lots more forms and paid for our stay. Then we were shown to our room, which is in a nearby block and has a central reception room which is so comfy and airy, then our rooms are next to each other off it. The room was still being cleaned but we met the man who had woken us in the cafe and he was really friendly, he's called Francis and I don't think he's Arabic. In our room we settled down and H was quick to unpack and get the place organised. ...
... this quarter also caters for the many students of the American University of Beirut, or AUB as it is known locally, which is situated between the shopping area and the sea, on a fabulous campus, green, sloping down towards the beach. I don’t think they encourage tourists on the campus, but a little bluff does wonders, and we managed to get in. The contrast between the noisy streets of Hamra and the peaceful, serene, oasis-like campus is ...
... see on TV and looked like he wore a bulletproof vest or something. They didn't try to be discreet. They wanted me to know. Then three of my containers went missing. I got a call from one of my guys at the docks and drove down to the port to see what it was all about. They followed me on the freeway and shadowed every move I made. The port authority wouldn't tell me what happened to the containers. I knew already that ...
... Libanais”. We are treated to a dazzling array of tapas, both cold and hot, before delivery of a huge plate of meat. We are all groaning by the time dessert arrives, but truly in food-lovers’ heaven!
Half the group (myself included) retires for the evening after dinner (around midnight), while the other half takes advantage of the opportunity to sample the legendary Beirut nightlife on a Saturday night. We’ll be expecting stories ...