City Suite Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... assault rifles and a bit of normality. There's a "beach club" adjacent - outdoor swimming pool, bars, music and sunloungers. One of many. Recommended to walk along the corniche to the Pigeon Rocks. It won't take long I'm told. That's as may be but in the heat and humidity it's a long, hot, sweaty walk. Sea breeze takes the edge off the heat. Plenty of fisherman again and lads diving off the rocks. One brave soul actually dives from the corniche's promenade ...
... which I was sorry to have missed. (these are all on DVDs I brought along, there is no tv in the room). We were still feeling iffy, but also wanted to get out of the sick room so we ventured to the cafe for a 7up. We played cards for a few hours and it was very restful. Luckily we had bought bread and crisps and cake the day before the wrights fell ill and that could tide us over for the meantime. We felt a little better and decided on having a restful nights sleep. Em ...
... to the east, a district known for bars and night life. The bombed out shell of a cinema building separated Martyr's Square from a main highway cutting through the central district.
Since landing, Neil had one destination in mind. Le Chef. We walked down the narrow, bar lined road cutting through Gemmayze. The place would be easy to find. It was the spot where the owner earned a global reputation for ...
... shows and cigars for my cigar smoking friends (http://cigarfashionshow.com/)
Later that evening, my last night in Beirut, I went out to dinner with Marianne and Martin and followed it up with a visit to a downtown pub where on one of the walls I inscribed (it was ok everyone who visited this bar was encouraged to do so) "oh my god Lebanon is so beautiful" (in Vietnamese).
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... car and headed home. Alain and I both fell asleep in the car while Christelle bravely brought us down the mountain. Once home, I rested for about 30 min and then got ready for the Rabbat (or Rabbath as I learned later) dinner at Burj Al Hamam.
All of the invited guests slowly arrived and I met them for the first time. Once the introductions were made and we all got settled, I made my way around the table ...