Hilton Beirut Habtoor Grand
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
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What an incredible city. I could absolutely live here and am currently seeking out employment opportunities! But why Beirut? The city itself is built around the Mediterranean - with the twinkling lights of residential neighbourhoods illuminating the surrounding hills. Beirut's CDB has been completely rebuilt following the war and is a shiny, …
... and facial bruising like nothing! it was very odd. Also lots of mommies on their phones with their gucci purses and their nannies in tow with the children. I don't know if I'd ever fit in with them, as much as I love getting dolled up there seems to be a limit in my opinion. Anyways I've been told that's just the way a lot of the culture works here. So that was a bit of a shocker to me, the amount of "plastic" women around.
After shopping we stopped at ...
... behind like wind surfers who follow the boat in perfect time and at an exact distance. After 3 hours of this I got up as a British looking man had also arrived to wait and a taxi driver was holding a BBC placard so I thought the BA flight from London was arriving. I was found first by Ahmed who is our estate agent and driver, he was lovely and we waited together. He said people would think I was Lebanese how I spoke. It was great to see meg, such a nice abergavenny ...
... of Ferraris and Lamborghinis, it's just crazy when you see this mixed with the poverty also present in the city. You can't walk more than 500m without seeing another sky scrapper going up. Last night myself, a Californian, an Irish and retired Kiwi doctor behaved like a high schoolers. The plan was to go to B018 (pronounced B-O-18) which was apparently voted the 5th best night club in the world as it was underground in a nuclear ...
... came to a spot my car would never get across. I had to turn around and go back. Now the problem is that I'll have to get through Azerbaijan to reach Russia. The Turks don't like Armenians much but Azerbaijan likes us even less. I couldn't cross through Armenia into Azerbaijan. I had to go through the Georgia border with my Lebanese passport. I said **** it and went for it. The whole time I was praying to god to let me ...