City Suite Hotel

Shouran Street, Beirut, 5242-14, Lebanon | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Shouran Street, Beirut, is near Jeita Grotto, Temples of Baalbek, Beit Eddine, and Solidere.
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    Fun Evening

    A travel blog entry by alaeddin on Aug 08, 2012

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    So I had a dull day to start but then at 5 pm I met with my cousin's girlfriend Razan. I have met Razan only over Skype before and I thought she was great but she is even better in person. She came up with some ideas of some thing to do before Iftar. We first went to Hamra Street which is the Georgetown Area in DC. So many shops, restaurants and boutiques. A very fun walk that would ...


    A travel blog entry by hodizzle on Oct 10, 2011

    ... the schools. We emerged from the narrow passage into a rare piece of open, sunny land. The remnants of a playground baked in the afternoon sun. It had not survived the war and was not affiliated with any of the schools. The playground just lingered, broken and unused. We looked back at the little portal between building walls, barely a shoulder's width. A billboard of Saddam Hussein was posted high above.


    The Heart of Beirut!

    A travel blog entry by mikemaya on Apr 22, 2011

    18 photos

    ... s seat of government, and plays a central role in the Lebanese economy with its city centre, Hamra, Verdun, and Ashrafieh-based corporate firms and banks. The city is the focal point of the region's cultural life, renowned for its press, theatres, cultural activities, ...

    Lebanon - Part 1

    A travel blog entry by tsimko on Jul 12, 2010

    44 photos

    ... as well as a village of Deir al-Qamar, although only for a few minutes. Both guys who gave us a lift were working abroad, coming home for the summer, and both drinking while driving. It obviously isn’t a problem in this country. Interesting thing about these ancient ruins and palaces is that during the summer they all host a festival, resulting in a stage being placed in the middle and thus ruining some of the most stunning views.


    Yellow desert to green pastures to chaotic Beirut

    A travel blog entry by lauravanwaas on Mar 20, 2010

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    ... the border and back to Beirut. Sure enough, there was a line of taxis at the border post and as we got out of our car a small group surrounded us with much vying for attention and haggling over price. Although against our instincts, this time the most insistent (infuriating?) man had his way and we agreed to a price for him to take us all the way home. So began the most amusing section of travel that we have had since arriving in the Middle East. First there was the border ...