Bel Azur

Address: Jounieh Port Entrance, Jounieh, Lebanon | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Jounieh Port Entrance, Jounieh.
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        LMT Section 9: Hasraoun to Tannourine

        A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Oct 14, 2013

        25 photos

        ... you meet. The sections on this trek were mainly in areas of Xian sects, but on the last day we went past some Muslims, including a very kind young woman handing out sweets as part of her community's Eid celebrations. This trip, therefore, gave me an experience of kindness given by people from two different, old cults. That's a powerful, important truth. It makes me think about the trail as a kind of mental vaccine. One ...

        Sunburnt and Sore: Skiing Faraya Mzaar

        A travel blog entry by aubreycox on Apr 05, 2011

        2 comments, 5 photos

        ... L.L. 10,000), pants (L.L. 7,000), jackets (L.L. 7,000), and gloves (L.L. 4,000). We were totally outfitted in quality gear for about $25 USD, something unheard of in the States. We got our lift tickets for $35, which is also about a third of the cost in the U.S.

        We got an early start, because we knew the snow would be melting by the early afternoon. The snow conditions were remarkable considering we were skiing in ...

        Baalbek, Anjaar and Wine country!

        A travel blog entry by raniroo on Jan 21, 2011

        24 photos

        ... Shams Restaurant in Aanjar where there is a Umayyad ruins Can you guess what was on the menu? Yep, more mezze...moutabal, fattoush, hommos with pine nuts and meat, 3 types of fresh arabic bread to mop it all up with. delish....

        As for the ruins, they were ok. Not much is known about these ruins, although they think it was a commercial centre with over 600 shops as it was on the trade route, but there was a castle, which showed there was ...

        Going north

        A travel blog entry by wasabi on Aug 24, 2010

        9 photos

        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 ...

        Our lady of Lebanon, Faraya, Kleiaat and Tarnib

        A travel blog entry by chris_lebanon on Aug 03, 2010

        12 comments, 11 photos

        ... statue of our lady of Lebanon. Paul, Thomas, Patrick and I climbed to the top and Alain snapped a few photos of us. The views of the bay from up there were amazing even though there was a lot of condensation that clouded things up a bit.

        We then headed to the "Bassil summer house" and took some time out to play some soccer with the boys. Paul is quite the athlete already! He loves to play. We sat and chatted with the neighbors for a bit while enjoying ...