Coral Beach Hotel & Resort
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... his views were western but not difference feminist enough for me. We were excited for the film though and he told us he would be giving a speech there. In the afternoon we of course went to the snack bar for crab wraps and then after we made our way to the cinema. Isabel has just moved out to celines flat just for the weekend but we met her there. Stupidly we got a service there but it turned out to be 5 minute walk away. Beirut film festival had a big advertising campaign in the ...
... the mountain, which was covered in snow and cedars, and made the perfect place to spend the afternoon tromping around in the forest.
All of Monday was devoted to hiking through Qadisha Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage site -- and deservedly so. We hiked down from Bcharre and explored the churches built into the mountainside on the valley floor.
November 8th-9th: We'd hoped to be able to drive over the Mt. Lebanon Mountains ...
... which is a greek name, but now it is called by its arabic name, jbail. we took the local road for a bit before hitting the highway so I could see some more of the town along the coast. we arrived at byblos and started at the port, which in the old days was the gateway to the phoenician city. we then headed into the ancient city and wandered around the old city and the souks. unfortunately due to time, i couldn't go into the ruins, but mr. A showed me ...
... the statue at Martyr's Square is riddled with bullet holes.
Outside of Beirut the country transforms into a more chaotic, less developed place that retains a more classic Middle Eastern charm. Still traveling with Brent we decided to visit the town of Saida for a few days. There was not a great deal to see here but the waterfront was enjoyable to walk along and it was a good base to use for exploring nearby locations.
One of those locations that ...