Byblos Sur Mer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we came back from our appointments, we all went up to the groom's parents room (they had a 2 bedroom suite so rather large) where most of the groom's immediate and extended family came up for some appetizers and celebration before heading to the bride's house for some more celebrating. In Lebanese traditional culture, the bride's family, groom's family (excluding groom and his groomsmen) along with friends, go to the bride's house ...
... the ride was short and sweet. It's a Mediterranean city that is said to be the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world (the site has been continuously inhabited since 5000 BC). It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It has beautiful picturesque scenery! The smell of sea water hit me right after getting out of the car, loved it!
First top was at the cathedral for the rehearsal. Lebanese weddings don't have ...
... Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Turks to the French have left their mark on Byblos. In Lebanon generally you get the feeling that there is a lot of history that has happened and Byblos is the epitome of that.
Last, we visited Our Lady of Harissa by cable car (the second for the day, we also took a cable car to the cave earlier) and then a little train thing that gets pulled up by a cable on an extremely steep slope. It was ...
... Gubla, Phoenician: ;). It is a Mediterranean city in the Mount Lebanon Governorate of present-day Lebanon under the current Arabic name of ...
... The country is littered with them as far as the eye can see.
An Iranian styled shia mosque
returned to Baalbek and it was just as amazing as it was ...