Beau Rivage Hotel

Ramlet El-Baida, Beirut, Lebanon | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ramlet El-Baida, Beirut, is near Jeita Grotto, Temples of Baalbek, National Museum of Beirut, and Beit Eddine.
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    Travel Blogs from Beirut

    The Greatest City on Earth

    A travel blog entry by lochlanjw on Jun 02, 2014

    4 photos

    ... trusty first aid kit I carry in my camera bag - I see that the cut it is almost to the bone. The injured boy picks a large piece of yellow fat from the wound and throws it into the nearby garden before telling me that he can't bear to look at his wound! Ironic!? Waiting for the boy's mother to arrive, I talk to him and his friends and can see that they are what I would describe as 'expat brats'. Don't get me wrong, they were great kids but they were born ...

    The one with all the naps

    A travel blog entry by emilywright on Aug 02, 2012

    5 comments, 11 photos

    ... the cafe next and had some ice tea and played cards, we obviously don't need to wear conservative stuff here, anything goes. Then we explored the main building here and found the rooftop bar but it wasn't open. Posters around it advertised a singer being there that night so we booked that in. Next we decided to try the main city so we set off in the direction we thought town was. Everything was closed on our way, although there were lots of nice looking restaurants and bars. We also ...

    (2) History of the Harbours

    A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 10, 2011

    18 photos

    ... attraction in its own right, but here it seems largely forgotten.

    Nearby is the village of Deir Al-Qamar, which Colin Thubron, a perpetual travel writer, who came to Lebanon in 1967 - well before the war -, described as dilapidated. Nowadays, as so often in Lebanon, the place has been beautifully restored, and the old town centre now contains a range of attractive historic buildings – khans and ...

    (1) Beirut Today

    A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 10, 2011

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... a no doubt vast collection of artefacts, of which a very small portion is exquisitely displayed: large sarcophagi and sculptures downstairs and a range of utensils and jewelry in well-lit cabinets upstairs, covering Lebanon’s history from Pre-historic time to the Middle Ages. And a history it was, from Phoenicians to Egyptians, conquering Greeks and Romans, then the advent of Muslim forces and the Crusader reaction, and finally 400 years ...


    A travel blog entry by hodizzle on Oct 10, 2011

    ... of their suspicions of his character. Shortly after he opened the bar he began to receive visits from well dressed people. Not the kind of people who visit dayglo bars with shisha. They came in for a drink, sat in a corner, and watched him go about his business. They would pay and leave without saying much.

    "So what happened with those men? Did they keep coming back?"

    "They just came in ...