Cavalier Hotel

Abdel Baki Street, Beirut, 9452, Lebanon | 4 star hotel
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When comic-book actions are fun indeed

A travel blog entry by cariverga


... 1089;амол 77;ты.

После насту 87;ления темно 90;ы action перем 77;щаетс& #1103; во франц 91;зские бистр 86;, а ...

The one where I was busy

A travel blog entry by emilywright

This week has seemed very busy, I have been reading maalouf but have not had enough time as I expected for reading and studying. I began by dreading this week, even though Monday was a day off because of Ramadan. However on Tuesday and Wednesday I had booked myself for 3 hours of lessons at alps in addition to my 3 hours of study every morning at saifi. The alps classes are for MSA so I was looking forward to returning to returning to my more native language. I had had a trial ...

(1) Beirut Today

A travel blog entry by oudmayer


... newest SUVs and the most expensive Jaguars and Audis, to the equivalent of Cuba’s 1960’s American cars, but then of European stock. Especially BMWs and Mercedes must have been popular early on, and many an old model can be seen, mostly battered from years of traffic participation, but still in working order. Oh, and you need to know which traffic lights can be ignored whilst others cannot, and there are some that can be ignored, but not ...


A travel blog entry by hodizzle

... Be-cause she's a dancing queen. On-ly seven-teen. Ha-ving the time of her life." He stopped singing. "I also like Queen." He started singing again, this time full force like he was on stage and the curtains just opened. "Weeee are the champions! No time for lo-sers! Be-cause weeee are the champions..." He looked back at us for his finale. "Of the worlllllld." He laughed, ha, ha, ha. "Yes, that Mr. Freddy Mercury. He ...

A Land of Contrasts

A travel blog entry by dan-levitan


... and seemed to over-glorify the violence of war like a Hollywood movie without displaying its more gruesome aspects.

After another day back in Saida we headed further south to the city of Tyre. The city had a lovely beach and one of the largest, best preserved Roman Hippodromes for chariot races, I have seen. I was also able to visit the impressive Roman ruins at Baalbek which is one of the premier ancient historical sites in the Middle East.

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This 4 star hotel, located on Abdel Baki Street, Beirut, is near Jeita Grotto, Temples of Baalbek, The Corniche, and Solidere.
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