Four Points by Sheraton Le Verdun
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... on returning in the near future. And yes, due to Sam's broken ankle, he was wheelchair bound for all of Beirut, where the history (particularly the cobblestones) does not benefit the handicapped.
In thinking back on Beirut a few weeks later, I'm reminded of the owner of the Cru wine bar on Hamra street (which is well worth visiting by the way). Over a bottle of wine on Friday night, he told us his story of leaving Beirut in 1976 to move ...
... hostel and school, family run. Also gay hang out and hosts easy pub quiz every Wednesday and live music every Friday, Saturday nights. Upstairs is coup detat, very trendy bar with super view Comsei comsaj is the yummiest, get a fajita wrap for 6000LL Pretty area around the back of walk from gemmayze to down town, Parisian St Nicholas steps are beautiful. Lots of trendy steps to walk up, try to find out if sursock museum is open yet. Sofil cinema on hill up ...
... We met Pierre (Another hockey friend of Gary's Tony had organised for us to stay with his brother) and we went back to his place.
Their apartment is awesome, big homely and very smart. We have our own room, a maid, good internet and we were instructed to make ourselves at home and we really do feel comfortable here. We met Tania, Pierre's daughter is very sweet and super friendly as is Pierre.
After showering Tania ...
... mountains. The route back was a circuitous voyage through cypress covered mountains, little hillside villages, and meandering roads descending from the hills to the coast. We approached Beirut from the south, arriving just before rush hour began.
Moe ran a bar in Gemmayze. We only found Moe's bar because I had imposed one term. If I was going to accompany Neil to a bar, the bar had to have shisha. Few ...
... labneh, which is a strained yoghurt also well known all over the Levant region, but particularly in Lebanon. My favourite outing was when I met many of her friends for a picnic in the mountains where we had harisseh (a type of oatmeal porridge with meat), houmos, olives and the most amazing tabouleh I've ever tasted. All this was washed down with some of the local brew - arak, which is similar to Greek ouzo or French Pernod and made of aniseed. Lebanon turned out to ...