Four Stars Hotel And Beach Club

Sea Road, Jounieh, Lebanon | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Jounieh

The Lebanon Mountain Trail

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders


... all plump shells not crushed by cars. Given the majority of the ones I left behind were squashed, and a crushed shell takes up about 1/3 (33%) less space, we might say there are actually ((88/4)+((88-(88/4))-((88-(88/4))/3)))= 66 shopping bags of shells on the Trail. This is still kind of useless for understanding scale though so let's talk in terms of car boots. From my memory of growing up, a typical family ...

The Holy Kadisha Valley of Northern Lebanon

A travel blog entry by wareameye


... is the second-largest city in Lebanon. (The Lebanese call the Tripoli in Libya "Tripoli West.") We stop at a famous sweet shop there for refreshments before beginning the drive back to Beirut. The sun comes out again over the sea as we conclude our final sightseeing excursion for this portion of the tour. Tomorrow is a free day with the Farewell Dinner, and Sunday we head for ...

Lebanon Mountains and Bekka Valley

A travel blog entry by camelsandtacos

... the
Mediterranean to the west and Syria to the east. I was too spooked to
snap pictures and handed the wheel over to Sonny who drove fearlessly
down the mountain.

the other ...

Roots and the mystery of Baalbek

A travel blog entry by mrcwoodsman


... tour was Byblos. The word Bible, which means "the book," is derived from the city of Byblos, which was a trading source for papyrus, the writing material for early books. It is believed to be the oldest continuously-inhabited city in the world. It first appears to have been settled during the Neolithic period, approximately 5000 BC. Neothlithic remains of some buildings can be observed here. A few of the sites I took in while visiting here were Byblos ...

Going north

A travel blog entry by wasabi


... since people decided to fill the entire coastline with not-so-beautiful hotels.
We go back down and drive to the north of Lebanon, the monastery called "Sayidet el Nouriyeh". The area is full of fields with cactuses and cedars and we can see Tripoli, the second city of the country, on the coast.
We drive back south and see the Phoenician walls, then have a lemonade in Batroun. That stuff is pretty damn ...


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