Golden Tulip Hotel de Ville
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... rules, this includes red lights and stop signs which are a suggestion here not an obligation it seems LOL! Pretty crazy. I hope to take some great shots tomorrow to be able to share with everyone.
After meeting all other Canadians who were coming up for the wedding, we all were escorted to our hotel: Unit for Living. We've got a small suite with a little kitchenette, small balcony and king size bed so we can't really complain. ...
... he streets down to the centre square were lined with restaurants who had tables out on the street so it was very pretty and felt European. There was very little Arabic style around and it all seemed very modern and even a bit plastic-y sort of like a big Lego land of a European square. There was a clock tower in the centre and lots of amazing shops like Armani and Rolex and even a costa, Starbucks and Haagen darz shop. It was eerily quiet and empty, which it often apparently is. It ...
... sensible people remained in Lebanon, during those insensible times.
Not far from the museum, and not far from the modern souk, are the various religious buildings
representing Lebanon’s complex mix. The huge, modern Mohammad al-Amin mosque, with its blue roof and multiple tall minarets, stands out, whilst the smaller, older, Grand Omari mosque is somewhat hidden in one of the streets leading away from the Place d’Etoile. ...
... of their suspicions of his character. Shortly after he opened the bar he began to receive visits from well dressed people. Not the kind of people who visit dayglo bars with shisha. They came in for a drink, sat in a corner, and watched him go about his business. They would pay and leave without saying much.
"So what happened with those men? Did they keep coming back?"
"They just came in ...
In a Rotary presentation several weeks ago, I was asked about how I felt about Lebanon versus Morocco. It's a question I get asked often. It's always a difficult to answer tactfully. I believe it's important to speak your truth, even if it's not pleasant. I lived in Morocco for a year and a half as a Peace Corps volunteer, in a tiny village high in the Atlas Mountains. While I was safe and never received harassment in my village, ...