Gefinor Rotana Hotel
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... in that late in years!
We met up with everyone by 10:15 and headed down to the Beirut Souks (Beirut market). Picked up some freshly made pita sandwiches and had wine by 10:45 am (love it!) I bought a huge home made preservative free fruit roll up for Jimmy (strawberry flavour) and almost bought a $35 ostrich egg LOL! I can't even imagine how big my fried egg would be if I did buy it. It was massive and heavy ...
... I couldn't sleep on her so I had to keep pushing her back over but actually we slept very well. We cleverly sprayed ourselves with "pre-bug" and we're only awakened at 8 when the cafe people came to set up. However they took us to a new place to sleep and there we had sofa each!! We slept for a good while there, it turned out to be the reception area, so a few people were about, but we slept on!! At about 11 the reception man woke us up and said we could check in and the double room ...
Other areas thankfully do have a lot of character. Where I was initially somewhat put off by all the concrete, and all the construction, the longer I stayed in Beirut the more I appreciated it. Hamra is a lively neighbourhood with a much more accessible shopping entourage, street after street, bustling with activity. Here you will find lots of people walking around, or sitting in one of the many coffee shops and cafes. ...
... see on TV and looked like he wore a bulletproof vest or something. They didn't try to be discreet. They wanted me to know. Then three of my containers went missing. I got a call from one of my guys at the docks and drove down to the port to see what it was all about. They followed me on the freeway and shadowed every move I made. The port authority wouldn't tell me what happened to the containers. I knew already that ...
... 9 nights). The country is small enough that you can see it all with day-trips out from the Capital city. So I completely unpack my suitcases and hang up all my clothes – something I’m never able to do on a typical tour. Very nice!
There are five of us who have arrived one day before the tour commences, and our local hosts take us out to dinner tonight to a fantastic place called Leila’s. We turn the ordering choices over ...