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... what we would do for the remainder of the weekend. Abruptly we decided we would go back to the apartment, pack an over-night bag, and leave for Faraya Mzaar by 2:30. After lunch we walked back to hotel Albergo, near our apartment, and they assisted us in booking the chalet we had found online. We also called High Taxi to arrange a driver to take us the hour trip. By 4:00 we were in Faraya checking into our ski chalet and ...
... The country is littered with them as far as the eye can see.
An Iranian styled shia mosque
returned to Baalbek and it was just as amazing as it was ...
Onto some vineyards and wine tasting. Ksara wines, which would be the most famous of wineries in Lebanon is open to the public. A brief documentary explaining the wine region and wine making process is down before getting down to the taste testing. 4 small sips of a white, rose, red and a moscato we were then ushed down into the caves to see where they lay the wines (either in bottles or oak barrels!).
We lunched at ...
... table cloths, and faded posters with curling corners advertised music festivals from 1997. I ordered hummus and moulikheya, the famous soup I enjoyed with Sharif in Cairo.
The server called my order into the kitchen and proceeded to patrol the dinning room, clutching his hands. "Something else?" "Something sweet?" He eventually settled on a bar stool to wait. Hunched forward with his pale features and staring unblinking at the only girl at the room worth ...
Meet Ely for lunch, then planning to see the National Museum.
We have a coffee at Torino, then he heads back to work. As I leave Torino, I meet Rani on the street.
I tell him about the daytrips I'd like to do and he offers to take me by car.
We drive to Jounieh, a small city to the north of Beirut. From there we take the cable car (téléférique) up the hill. The cable car gets so close to the buildings ...