Embassy Hotel Lebanon
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- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- TV Channel One Russia
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
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... t actually need visas. Annoyed but relieved (?) we were now able to make class as it was only 9.15 and class finished at 12. However we wanted a drink do we went to the mall instead and just stayed their drinking lemonade and reading. We never made it to class but spend a long time wandering round in the boiling heat trying to get home. I think we had a lazy day for the rest of the day. In Friday we had to bring vegetables to class in order to make fatoush, a middle eastern salad. ...
... we hopped back in the car and continued to drive north along the coast to the town of Byblos. We budgeted three hours to spend wandering around the UNESCO World Heritage ruins of Byblos, which date back to the third millennium BC. As the remaining daylight hours were short, we debated looking for a hotel and spending the night in Byblos, but in the end decided to stick to our schedule and drove north to the city of Tripoli.
We made ...
... so the driver kindly offered to show me around the city a bit before heading back to the hotel. in case any of you reading this end up here and are looking to hire a driver for the day (which I highly recommend), shoot me a message and i will give you the info for Mr. A (we will call him here). He is a sweet old man and an overall lovely person. he will gladly show you around the city he calls home and if you let him, he will tell you all about ...
Lying on the coast of the Mediterranean sea in the middle of the Middle East, Lebanon is a small nation that contains a great deal more than its size would suggest. Beirut is not far from Damascus by bus, however the city seems like a world away in its architecture and cultural vibe.
Beirut is a modern, sophisticated city that would not be seem out of place in the US or Europe. A wide boulevard parallels the waterfront lined with high-rise hotels, office ...