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Travel Blogs from Beirut
My mother always wanted to go to Beirut to visit family and my father always wanted to take her but alas they never went. I kinda felt like she was there smiling and visiting alongside me.
I have distant cousins there and now 2 good friends live there. Since its been on my list of places to visit, the flight prices were right and so was the …
Lebanon is one of the most amazing surprising place, Great people, beautiful places, teeming with life, and stories.
I'm a photographer, i was there as part of an assignment to take photos for the Indonesian and Lebanese tourism board, in conjunction of the expansion the Qatar airways new route; Jakarta-Beirut.
Sitting by the …
... Words cannot describe what I see. You'll have to add to your bucket list. Climbing a good few flights of stairs to reach an upper level I feel I've not gained any height it's that vast. Quite, quite spectacular.
A road train takes you to the Lower grotto - the sort kids get at Skegness. Totally different experience. There's an underground lake and an electric boat glides silently through the ice cold water. Uplit with blue and amber light (202 & 135 by the ...
... the day studying and reading, and did some washing, then we're invited by JB, Bastian and aya to go with them to hamra where there were whispers of celebrations and feasts. We got to hamra and although it seemed busy, there were no scenes of the tudor style copicornia I had hoped for. We walked around in search of a party, but instead because the party ourselves, as Bastian headed a round of meredith ...
... that it becomes interesting again. Built by a man first frustrated in school by corporal punishment and later by the rejection of the woman he loved because he was not rich enough, he set out to correct the latter frustration. He indeed got very rich, could even afford to build a castle, but in the end was still rejected by the woman. Perhaps she didn’t like the collection mania of Mr. Moussa, who seemed especially awed by weapons.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Nice little hotel with very friendly staff, very helpful, and patient.
Nice clean small room.
Amongst all the location is great walking distance to many of what the city got to offer, downtown Beirut, very close to the shore line.
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