Crowne Plaza Hotel Beirut
Travel Blogs from Beirut
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, …
... for directions. The soldier is very welcoming and speaks a little English and we have the craic. He tells me his name. I tell him mine. He introduces me to his fellow soldier. We're all mates now. He shakes my hand as I leave and regrets it as it's quite a strong handshake. A colleague calls me Crusher 'cos of it. He laughs and makes me shake hands with his chum. They're both laughing as I wave goodbye.
Finding the marina, glad to discover ...
... as well. The situation here seems very calm and stable, everyone acts completely normal and happy. If the situation is mentioned the mood can then turn very serious, as people seem not to want to think about it but say thing which reveal they were always aware of it, thinking about it, but feel so helpless to do anything that they have to ignore it. Maybe they have gotten used to such 'impending disasters', but really there isnt a getting used to it and I dont ...
... I'm so crazy!" like it was not just an expression to be used after attacking one's own ear. He said it like it was a fact. No really, I am crazy.
"From where you?" he asked.
"California have many beautiful ladies?!"
"Yes, many. Beautiful ladies in Lebanon too?"
"We have. We have. I bet California ladies are very good at the sex!"
... Bar. They'll open one for you but it will set you back
between $500-1000 USD.
only did Don Carlos have 50 year old bottles of vino, but the endless
bottles of vintage cognac ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services