Golden Tulip Serenada Hotel Hamra
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... tower blocks. Only 25mins to Jeita Grotto as we turn off the main dual carriageway that slinks snake like along the coast all the way to Syria. Once above the tower block line head into the interior. Like Cyprus' Troodos Mountains as we climb up. Deep gorges with Cedar trees clinging to the sides. Driving around hair pin bends is pot luck as to whether we have a head on collision or not.
Jeita surprisingly busy at this early hour - mainly buses of ...
... only going down the road and we will still see her all the time. Sophie and I helped her carry her bags over (loads of really heavy ones) I was interested in the hostel she is staying in because I have to find an extra two weeks accomodation before moving to Cairo. We had to cross a really big busy road to get to the hostel and with all the bags we had it was a pretty tough crossing but we made it. The hostel was not as nice as Saifi but we settled Chidam in and ...
... to get to Hamra. He quoted a price. I immediately got out, took my little suitcase, and wheeled it back out of the parking lot. He put it in reverse and tailed me, going backwards down the wrong way of the nearly empty parking lot. I ignored his pleas. On the sidewalk I passed a burned, partially melted advertising sign, the kind of internally lit structure made to hold a plastic billboard on each side. The relic ...
... Hariri family has re-developed the entire downtown city center, which is considered a political faux pas to many Lebanese, as it contributed to the growing wealth of the former Prime Minister during his time in office. There are currently campaigns against this one-family development project, which are visible through the signs posted throughout the city reading Stop Solidiere. http://www.bloggingbeirut.com/archives/ ...
... statue, where we had wonderful views and took pictures (while trying not to be disrespectful to those praying). After a few minutes, we took the gondola back down and met our driver at the base. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Our_Lady_o f_Lebanon
A 20 minute car ride later and we arrived in Byblos. Byblos is the oldest documented city in the world. Also, the worlds first manuscript was written there. It is mentioned in the bible many times, as well as in ...