Golden Tulip Serenada Hotel Hamra
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... assault rifles and a bit of normality. There's a "beach club" adjacent - outdoor swimming pool, bars, music and sunloungers. One of many. Recommended to walk along the corniche to the Pigeon Rocks. It won't take long I'm told. That's as may be but in the heat and humidity it's a long, hot, sweaty walk. Sea breeze takes the edge off the heat. Plenty of fisherman again and lads diving off the rocks. One brave soul actually dives from the corniche's promenade ...
... which I was sorry to have missed. (these are all on DVDs I brought along, there is no tv in the room). We were still feeling iffy, but also wanted to get out of the sick room so we ventured to the cafe for a 7up. We played cards for a few hours and it was very restful. Luckily we had bought bread and crisps and cake the day before the wrights fell ill and that could tide us over for the meantime. We felt a little better and decided on having a restful nights sleep. Em ...
... to the east, a district known for bars and night life. The bombed out shell of a cinema building separated Martyr's Square from a main highway cutting through the central district.
Since landing, Neil had one destination in mind. Le Chef. We walked down the narrow, bar lined road cutting through Gemmayze. The place would be easy to find. It was the spot where the owner earned a global reputation for ...
... egg, we road about 15 minutes, from the coast of Jounieh all the way into the mountains on the far side of the city. The ride gave us wonderful views of the city, the coast, and the Mediterranean. Once we reached the top, we were at the Terepherique Statue of Our Lady of Lebanon(or Virgin Mary). My first thought was, it's Rio de Jeneiro's counterpart, because the enormous statue sits on top of the mountain overlooking the city and the sea. We climbed to the top ...
... e.g., the AUB (American University of Beirut) has one that's accessible through their campus. I might check that out later on a hot day.
After walking a couple of kilometers, I reach Lunapark, an amusement park, and get a fruit cocktail with cottage cheese outside of the entrance, relax a bit and then turn into Rue Bliss (at least I hope it's that street. Street signs here mostly just show a street number and a sector number.). I have ...