Brazilia Suite Hotel Hazmeih

PO Box 45215, Beirut, Lebanon | Hotel
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When comic-book actions are fun indeed

A travel blog entry by cariverga


... 1084;ожет быть прекр 72;сно бессм 99;сленн& #1086;е время 87;репро& #1074;ождеl 5;ие. Арабы споко 81;неньк& ...

The one where we were bears

A travel blog entry by emilywright


... found the taxi and finally made it back to the bus stop. We were now told we should drink from a spring for the holy water. Having decided to put my faith in god, I tried it. On the bus back I finished my book as a distraction from the frightening views. That night we decided to go to the film festival again and after that join them in the club. We made it to the cinema but only Sophie and I went in the end. We found JB there and all went to see a very ...

(1) Beirut Today

A travel blog entry by oudmayer


... see much actual work in progress, but never mind). A three lane road in Beirut normally contains five cars next to each other, in any case. All of this is not helped by the average attitude towards driving from the average driver. Unlike many other cities, Beirut only deals with cars, here there are no bicycles, only very few motorbikes, and pedestrians cross at their own peril, so preferably not. Cars come in all sizes and from all ages, varying ...


A travel blog entry by hodizzle

... Moe's story was ******** and how much of it real and did it matter one way or another? We had been entertained and neither of us felt the need to hire a fact checker. The driver began singing to himself. He stopped and looked back at us. "I love the music," he said. "All day when I am driving and have no customer I sing."

"What music do you like?"

"Oh," he paused in thought. "I like Abba." He sang for ...

A Land of Contrasts

A travel blog entry by dan-levitan


... set of hilltops during the 2006 conflict with Israel. The open-air museum is well laid out and seems to have been generously financed (Iran?). Our guide, Hassan, was very courteous and open in answering all my questions but of course his opinion was heavily slanted against Israel. There was a wide variety of weaponry on display including an ruined Israeli tank and an American anti-tank TOW missile system. The tour was quite interesting although, once again it was ...


This hotel, located on PO Box 45215, Beirut, is near Jeita Grotto, Temples of Baalbek, National Museum of Beirut, and Beit Eddine.
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