Byblos Comfort Hotel

Byblos Main Street, Jbail, Lebanon | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Byblos Main Street, Jbail, is near The Crusader Castle, Qadisha (Kadisha) Valley, The Cedars of God, and Umayyad Ruins of Aanjar.
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Travel Blogs from Jbail

(4) The Mountains and The Valley

A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 12, 2011

1 comment, 24 photos

... goes – apartment buildings all the way up the mountain slopes -, Bekaa is different, much less populated, more humble. The valley itself is broad and flat, seemingly everything can grow here, and does. The grapes for the local wines are most obvious, but there are also all sorts of fruit trees, vegetables, and huge potatoes. When the French created Lebanon – when they split it off from Syria -, they may have wanted to protect ...

(3) To Tripoli

A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 11, 2011

30 photos

... someone with the key soon appeared mysteriously from nowhere, quite happy to drop his regular job to open the door and let me in. Or perhaps this was his regular job, who knows?

Above the old town towers the citadel, originally a crusader castle, later fortified by various subsequent tenants. The castle is being restored, and it is a bit of a mess, ...

The Beautiful Bekaa Valley

A travel blog entry by wareameye on Apr 25, 2011

1 comment, 18 photos

... one of the best Roman ruins I have seen outside Tunisia!

Lunch is at a restaurant overlooking Baalbeck called Scheherazade. It is advertised in our itinerary as a "light lunch" but we are again groaning at the end of the meal, having been stuffed with all sorts of Lebanese delicacies. The final stop before returning to Beirut is the Ksara vineyard with its extensive system of caves dug by the Romans. The ...

Roots and the mystery of Baalbek

A travel blog entry by mrcwoodsman on Feb 08, 2011

5 comments, 158 photos

... salt, lemon juice, and olive oil), tabbouleh (bulgur, finely chopped parsley, mint, tomato, scallion, with lemon juice, olive oil and various seasonings), fattoush (salad made from several garden vegetables and toasted or fried pieces of pita bread). This is just a few of the meze dishes I partook in at every meal.
In Lebanon meze is often a meal in its own right. Groups of dishes arrive at the table about 4 or 5 at a time. There is a set pattern ...

Final thoughts from the Lebanon

A travel blog entry by nickfear on Aug 30, 2010

7 photos

... either. This entry was started in Paris en-route home and finished at home.

On Friday I went on a private visit to Chateau Musar, the most well known vineyard in the Lebanon. This nearly got off to a disastrous start when the Hotel failed to understand my bad Arabic pronunciation and tried to send me instead to the "Castle of Moussar" a historical ruin in completely the opposite direction ! When I did get there the visit and tasting was excellent. The ...