Golden Tulip Serenada Hotel Hamra

Abdel Aziz Street, Beirut, 113-5516, Lebanon | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Abdel Aziz Street, Beirut, is near National Museum of Beirut, West Beirut, Hamra Area, Place de l'Etoile, and Churches of Harissa.
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    The one with all the side streets

    A travel blog entry by emilywright on Aug 07, 2012

    ... playing backgammon. The next building we were curious about turned out to be a mosque, but we weren't suitably dress to go in there, it'll be saved for another day. After trying on our various scarves and cardies in different fashions with the man nodding at our conservatism, it transpired that we had enough material for one of us to be modest enough to enter the mosque, but would have to leave the other one (the immodest harlot) stood out ...


    A travel blog entry by hodizzle on Oct 10, 2011

    ... lines fed into overloaded circuits in a mish-mashed fire-waiting-to-happen. He point to one of these electrical tangles and explained that they had to fend for themselves. People in the camps performed all the plumbing, electrical, and building maintenance. I stepped around the crushed cockroaches in the alleys.

    He took us through another corridor, this one barely shoulder width. It was a shortcut to ...

    The Heart of Beirut!

    A travel blog entry by mikemaya on Apr 22, 2011

    18 photos

    ... also forms the Beirut Metropolitan Area, which consists of the city and its suburbs. The first mention of this metropolis is found in the ancient Egyptian Tell el Amarna letters, dating to the 15th century BC, and the city has been continuously inhabited since.
    Beirut ...

    Lebanon - Part 1

    A travel blog entry by tsimko on Jul 12, 2010

    44 photos

    ... to the reserve entrance but also almost all the way up the hill. It was easy to walk up the last bit to the altitude of almost 2000m. In a clear day we’d have been able to overlook the sea. The forest trail wasn’t signposted at all so in order to avoid getting lost we made just a simple loop through a cedar forest and hitched back. Our next saviour drove us all the way to Beirut, but on the way we stopped at 19th century ...

    Yellow desert to green pastures to chaotic Beirut

    A travel blog entry by lauravanwaas on Mar 20, 2010

    12 photos

    ... dad" did eventually cotton on to his kids antics and promptly pulled his daughter off the wall, scolding her for being so silly, but leaving his two sons (aged about 6) to continue their dangerous games!

    Once we were castled-out and had gathered strength for the onward journey with a nice big lunch, we transferred our stuff to another taxi who had been found to take us the 40km on to the Lebanese border. From there, we were assured, we would be bound to find transport ...