Hilton Beirut Metropolitan Palace
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... which was lame. On Thursday isabel and I had decided to renew our visas and had heard that you needed to get there very early in order to not queue for hours. We had told our teacher we wouldn't make class and got up at 7 to get to the security office for 8. It was very easy once there as everyone was helpful and there weren't too many queues. We had been the other day to get our passports copied and get photos of us taken. So we were prepared for everything except being told ...
... at the same time doing our best to learn the "rules" of the road (which essentially meant coming to terms with the fact that there weren't any rules).
We first drove to Jeita Grotto, a short 45 minute drive from our hotel, yet a world away from the "big city." The grotto is divided into two absolutely immense caverns; I've never been to a cave even half the size of this one -- truly amazing.
After doing a little ...
... so the driver kindly offered to show me around the city a bit before heading back to the hotel. in case any of you reading this end up here and are looking to hire a driver for the day (which I highly recommend), shoot me a message and i will give you the info for Mr. A (we will call him here). He is a sweet old man and an overall lovely person. he will gladly show you around the city he calls home and if you let him, he will tell you all about ...
... the statue at Martyr's Square is riddled with bullet holes.
Outside of Beirut the country transforms into a more chaotic, less developed place that retains a more classic Middle Eastern charm. Still traveling with Brent we decided to visit the town of Saida for a few days. There was not a great deal to see here but the waterfront was enjoyable to walk along and it was a good base to use for exploring nearby locations.
One of those locations that ...