Crowne Plaza Hotel Beirut
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... We were there for 1.5 hours for that price you just can't be beat! I think I'd never bother washing my hair if I knew that was the price back home! I'd just go get it done! So I'm going back on Sunday afternoon so that my hair will be all ready for work on Wednesday ;)
We kept walking until we ended up in a Hesbollah area where we saw all the flags. And also no women around the streets. I started to get ...
... because mounim just talked about his trance experiences and how he could read people's futures by looking at them. The film was kooky but had some nice scenes of England. We invited them back for dinner at ours on Thursday, I spent the week in the library which was nice and in the evenings isabel and I would walk through the city, joke, watch films and cook. On Thursday I was stressed about cooking for them, and Isabel was being useless about ideas, she was ...
... and brought the family here."
"What was wrong in Armenia?" I asked.
"You know it was communist at the time?" he asked without expecting an answer. "But my father was also involved in some things. I think he wanted to get us away from his life more than he wanted to get us away from communism. He knew certain people in Armenia. In the neighborhood he was treated with respect." Now the details ...
... in Saida
Plastic only beaches.
of the main attractions in Saida is the Musee du Savon (Soap Museum).
Since it was the Eid, it was officially closed. A ...
... into the centre of town for a coffee and some people watching. They actually have military check points and roadblocks to stop cars entering the area as they are concerned about the possibility of car bombs.
Next up was the Mohammed al –Amin mosque in which slain president Rafiq Hariri is buried. Also next door is St Georges cathedral which is dated back from the crusades. Both of them were pretty spectacular in there ...