Byblos Comfort Hotel

Address: Byblos Main Street, Jbail, Lebanon | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Byblos Main Street, Jbail, is near The Crusader Castle, The Cedars of God, Qadisha (Kadisha) Valley, and Umayyad Ruins of Aanjar.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Byblos Comfort Hotel Jbail

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Jbail

LMT Section 7, Qozhaya to Bcharre

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Oct 12, 2013

1 comment, 33 photos

... my GPX tracks of the route we took, because there have been updates made to the original trail.
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KUWAIT MAPPING MEETUP 4

By the way, in related news I have organised Kuwait Mapping Meetup 4 this Wednesday 30/10/13. Tchi-Tchi shisha cafe, Al Kout Mall, Fahaheel (29.081034 lat ,48.142505 long). As always, this is a chance to have a casual chat about ...

(4) The Mountains and The Valley

A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 12, 2011

1 comment, 24 photos

... term forest! Here, too, the rest of the mountain is bare, save the occasional planting of young new trees, all neatly arranged. And although the Lebanese will want you to believe that the Israeli army chopped down the cedars, during their invasion, this process must have started much earlier than the occupation in 1982 – no army, not even the Israeli army, can chop down such vast mountain slopes as have been laid bare here. ...

(3) To Tripoli

A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 11, 2011

30 photos

... not as ostentatious as in Amchit.



The motorway between Beirut and Tripoli is modern, fast and well laid out. The part to Tripoli is a few meters higher than the part to Beirut, on account of the mountain slopes. It characterizes the Lebanese mentality, though, that there are, every few hundred meters or so, stairs to climb from the upper to the lower section of the road, effectively ...

Beirut to Zgharta

A travel blog entry by aubreycox on Apr 29, 2011

2 comments, 3 photos

... has a gym! The differences between Zgharta and Beirut are like night and day. Beirut is polluted, Zgharta is in the mountains with fresh air. Beirut is filled with shopping, cinemas, posh restaurants, clubs, and bars, Zgharta has one main street and about 10 small restaurants. Beirut is a city full of night life, Zgharta is closed down by 7pm.

It is a complete change in the lifestyle and environment, but a welcomed change. There is no English in our home or the ...

Roots and the mystery of Baalbek

A travel blog entry by mrcwoodsman on Feb 08, 2011

5 comments, 158 photos

... modern, highly futuristic and architecturally beautiful downtown buildings make it a city that is fun to explore.

The people are very friendly and most speak 3 languages - Arabic, English and French. The food is excellent and varied with a nice blend of French flavors, mixed in with tastes for western palates and of course Lebanese food that leans heavily on fresh meze, cheeses and kebabs. Combine them and it made for an exciting adventure in ...