Caesars Park Hotel

Madame Cruise St., Beirut, Lebanon | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Madame Cruise St., Beirut, is near Jeita Grotto, Temples of Baalbek, Beit Eddine, and Solidere.
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Travel Blogs from Beirut

You've come from the other side

A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Aug 07, 2013

1 comment, 20 photos

... as I approach so as not to surprise. Two soldiers pop up. Think they're glad for company. Ask if it's OK to enter the playground on account of all the signage saying it's a military zone. They consent. Walk the perimeter chain link fence and barbed wire. I'm on top of one of the arrowheads of the old walled city. Below is Greek Cyprus and across the road, metres away, is a seemingly disused Greek concrete machine gun outpost. The proximity of it all ...

The one with all the side streets

A travel blog entry by emilywright on Aug 07, 2012

With Em left in bed, Ellie and Ellie headed out alone. We went to the Nation Museum where we manage to blag ourselves student tickets despite EH not yet being one and EW not having her card. The museum was very cool. There were lots of mosaics and tombs, one of which had drunken cherubs on it. We were not entirely sure of the significance of this but we think maybe they made the wrong people fall in love. EH especially liked the statue of ...

Lebanon

A travel blog entry by hodizzle on Oct 10, 2011

... s municipal cleaning service. The graphic style and the pointed social commentary of the piece hinted at the unseen hand of Banksy. I told the driver to stop. Graffiti was an integral part of the urban existence in Beirut. It was also an integral part of Beirut's ongoing political debate. Whether a tag, stencil, or intricate mural, the spray painted city walls carried a graphic narrative of a contemporary people with a ...

The Fat Man in Red Bringeth Gifts of Dolce Vita

A travel blog entry by mikemaya on Dec 19, 2010

2 comments, 81 photos

Leaving Egypt was a relief, and we were glad to be back home in Beirut. We had decided to chill in Lebanon, act like locals (nothing touristy) and sleep in for 3 weeks. When we arrived, we discovered that Egypt Air baggage handlers had sheered one of the wheels off of my suitcase, taking with it a huge chunk of suitcase. Luckily there was an internal bag which prevented the total evisceration of my bag on the luggage belt. We attempted to make ...

Tyre, a beach in the south and Byblos at night

A travel blog entry by chris_lebanon on Aug 04, 2010

1 comment, 12 photos

... after 3000 years of civilization. So...this is a historic city and I wanted to see it.

As we approached the city, there was so many massive traffic jams that people were selling water and other items car-to-car! It took a long time to get where we wanted to go but ultimately, we drove around the city, saw some Roman ruins and headed back North to the beach.

This beach was super nice. ...