Four Points Bhamdoun

Address: Main Square-Bhamdoun Al Mhatta, Bhamdoun, Lebanon | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Main Square-Bhamdoun Al Mhatta, Bhamdoun.
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Travel Blogs from Bhamdoun

Shuf Mountains and the Cedars of Lebanon

A travel blog entry by wareameye on Apr 27, 2011

1 comment, 18 photos

We drive south along the coast from Beirut this morning, turning east into the mountains and arriving at Deir el Qamar for a walk through the village. We explore the Marionite Church, the central square, and talk with a souk merchant who is pruning a thistle-covered vegetable that is only available for about one month every season and thus in high demand. He uses scissors to cut off all the sharp nettles, and hands me a bud of ...

3...2...1.... and ACTION!

A travel blog entry by reinder.prins on Mar 01, 2011

14 photos

... that I don't have any onward plans made yet, so I'll just take it as it comes. I already knew Seraphine (from the daytrip to Ma'loula) and Sam (from the trip to Quneitra) but the rest of the crew is also great and I'm sure that we'll make it a great adventure all together! I’m glad though that I am not the only foreigner joining this trip, as only Rami, the director, speaks English – the production crew speaks Arab only. ...

Lebanon Mountains and Bekka Valley

A travel blog entry by camelsandtacos on Feb 22, 2011

... in. Back in
Bcharre we had an uneventful dinner at the lovely Chbat Hotel where we met three Swiss on holiday and invited them over sample Lebanese wine.

the base of the Cedars ski resort ...

Bedouin Hills

A travel blog entry by partnersincrime on Aug 07, 2010

2 comments, 12 photos

... Syriatel" texts. It was a gorgeous vieew and we climbed some rocks and looked down onto the Lebanese valley where supposedly the terrorists hide out.
As we were driving up to the look out, we saw a small coal-powered train making its way up a similar path. Once we were at the top, parked our car and made our way through the temporary bedouin camps, we could see the the plume of the coal travel through the Lebanese landscape. The ...

Ridıng on the wave of Lebanese Hospı

A travel blog entry by gonzotue on Mar 17, 2010

... nice, so we got into the car, they drove us about 10kilometers and then proceded to throw ******** our way, they wanted 5 dollars to drive us ******* 10kilometers, they even got some locals to help them explain the situation to us.
We finally caved in and got them down to 3 dollars, whereafter we left them smiling and waving whilst swearing at them in danish.

We then stood for about half an hour, and then finally we got a positive ...