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TravelPod Member ReviewsBella Riva Beirut
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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... room. It's now past 1030pm and the guys have gone out for one last night of craziness. Most of the girls are calling it a night since we need to be in the lobby by 7am to head to get our hair/makeup done (yikes!) It's going to be a very busy day tomorrow so you may not hear from me until Sunday earliest for wedding updates whenever I'm able to roll out of bed.
So talk to you all earliest Sunday! YALLY BYE!
... about leaving, Isabel and I watched a few films and I started to feel more adventurous. Elie picked me up with his sister and I went to the airport for 6. My flight left at 9 after being delayed. It was a nice flight and the carrot cake was amazing. I read my gellhorn about a lady and man on a plane who kiss so that was funny. Then I arrived and was scared, but the airport was classy and all the people were very friendly and helpful, although there were a lot ...
... Porsches' and Ferraris'. The mixture of Muslim and Christian religions means the best of both worlds; the culture and food of Muslims, and the nightlife of the western world. Beirut has a pumping nightlife with prices to suit all budgets. A cheaper pub will sell a beer for $4 where as some of poshier places will charge anything up to $20. You can also buy a 500mL beer from the local shops for less than $1, you can even buy beer that's ...
... 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.
... downtown Beirut. Our guide told us we had 3hrs to look around but as a group managed to persuade him that for $US150 we wanted our monies worth and wouldn’t be back for another 4 hrs. We made our way to the Holiday Inn which was open to much celebration. Unfortunately for it, it’s location during the recent civil war was known as sniper alley and as you can see in the photos it is destroyed by small arms and rocket fire. From there ...