Crowne Plaza Hotel Beirut
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Somehow I made my way to Beirut! I would like to reiterate my thesis: the main airport is representative of the country's level of development. The Rafiq Hariri International Airport supersedes the Queen Alia Airport of Amman. Although it is significantly smaller, it may even be better than the Istanbul Ataturk Airport. As the plane was ascending, …
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... thought by the Maronites to be where Jesus was crucified. We followed the road down but it was very steep and the heat was getting up. My legs hurt a lot the next day but the worse decision was to eat all the wild growing fruit along the road. With a resounding clarification that this was a holy valley and the fruit would be good, we foraged for grapes, figs, pears and apples. They were all very good and refreshing on the walk. Eventually we reached ...
... colours, plain or striped. And this style continues well beyond the city limits. All the way up the mountain slopes it seems Beiruties, even the richer ones, don’t want free-standing houses, villas with gardens, but prefer a multi-story apartment block.
No account of a big city is complete without commenting on the traffic, and that is especially so for Beirut. Traffic is a ...
... She said my troubles were over. They got up and left and so far I haven't seen them come back."
From the moment we closed the doors the taxi driver was telling us of his financial woes. Originally he quoted twenty dollars for the short ride to Hamra. "You mean pounds not dollars right?"
"Yes. Okay, pound. We go now." We sat down. "For me life is hard. At home I have four newborns. All day I drive ...
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