Byblos Sur Mer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... bride and we all danced around them for a few dances.
The event was open bar and dinner was an international buffet served at 10pm. Very good selection. Music played was mostly a mix of Arabic dance music along with house beats. All in all I loved the entire event. My feet are still throbbing from all the dancing!!! Around midnight they opened up the ice cream bar and waiters were passing around shots all night to everyone on ...
... interior is actually quite complex with many shelves and places one could easily slide down. It made me wonder about the stories its earliest explorers must have had to tell. Really, the thing that just made such an impact on me walking around in there (took 40 minutes just to do the upper gallery) was how small it made me feel and the amount of detail, the sheer number of stalactites in view where ever I looked. It transported me ...
... or Byblos). A seaside little town with a port and souk. We wondered around in the sunshine with a ice cream (custard apple flavour for me of course) and sat by the sea for a while. We couldn't leave without trying the fresh lemonade that Jbeil is known for and it lived up to its reputation, it was delicious and refreshing especially on a hot day like today.
Feeling a little tired from our busy but fascinating ...
... and soldiers during our adventure
made me think of Benny, my redneck foreman back in Birmingham, AL.
Benny liking guns is an understatement! He'd send me to Hardee's in the
morning in his pick-up to go ...
... the t-shirts my mom sent them. So cute! Paul is on the left and Thomas is on the right (the middle brother :))
After we finished at ATCL, I headed back home so I could change to get ready for dinner with Uncle Gus, Auntie Eddie and the family. They used to live in the US and are very good friends with my parents. They moved back to Lebanon in '93 and have been here since. They picked me ...