Golden Tulip Galleria Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 10 min walk from our hotel, and picked up some pasta and some locally made pasta sauce (I'm really missing food like this after eating nothing but lebanese food!). We loved it so much we had had 3 plates!! I think the day before we leave I may pick up some local pasta sauce (the lady who makes it is half italian half lebanese) and she makes it fresh every day.
Later tonight, everyone joined us for drinks ...
... evening that much but they were sweet and I was very proud of my cooking! The next day was my last full day in Beirut and Isabel and I went to Saifi one last time which was nice and said bye to hassan and Francis. It was sad. Then we went to mounims and Elies for my good bye party which was really sweet. Paul and Salim were there too. They bought me DVDs as leaving presents and cried a lot about me leaving. We had lots of group hugs. The next day I was really sad ...
... Beirut Marina and enjoying the view (some seriously expensive watercraft here, most likely owned by minted Saudi's), having a tea with mint (and 2-3 heaped teaspoons of sugar), going bullet hole spotting, eating a delicious dinner in Gemmayze on the main sprit, people watching as you spend 1.5hrs eating and drinking and end the night in a pub (or 5) before you head back to the hotel while trying not to get run over by locals ...
... a small mosque. Especially some of the doorway decorations are impressive as examples of Islamic architecture from the 16-18th Century. One of the buildings is being used as office for the municipality, but nobody cares if you walk in – which is what I did, before climbing to the roof for an even better view of the rest of the town.
A little outside town is the Castle Moussa, a contraption ...
... to think again. "You want to hear a crazy story, I'll tell you about how I got to Russia."
"Yeah, let's hear it." We were getting much more than we expected. He spoke with us almost like he had been waiting for someone to sit down and listen to his tales. We did just that, without interruption.
"I drove to go be with her. She asked me to come and I went. I just loaded what I had into this little car ...