Hilton Beirut Metropolitan Palace
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... more alive outside of Ramadan. After Harma we went to Rouche where I saw a beautiful outlook of a natural rock formation. We had wonderful sushi at Kampai in Downtown Beirut. Afterwards we head to Zaitunay Bay and that was a lovely walk and ice cream at Haagen-Dazs. That was the summary. Tomorrow I have a great plan with plenty of pictures and interesting sights. Check it out tomorrow :) ...
... led us through a couple of the schools. The man we first spoke with needed to return to work. She greeted us and reiterated that theirs was not a religious mission. It was a mission to regain the land that was taken from them (and some that their ancestors sold off). Led by their teachers, the children in each class greeted us in song. Most of the classes were young elementary levels. All the kids were adorable. In one ...
... Times. It was also listed as one of the ten liveliest cities in the world by Lonely Planet in 2009.
Beirut's history goes back more than 5000 years. According to the Britannica Encyclopedia, the antiquity of Beirut is indicated by its name, derived from ...
... Abu Dhabi has to be one of the worst airports I've ever been to. Luckily I wasn't there long before getting on the plane to Beirut where the chaos of the Middle East started. People with way too much carry on luggage, sitting in the wrong seat, getting out of their seat as soon as the plane landed. Insala as they say in these parts (which roughly translated means 'whatever').
So after all my panic of taking out my LP Israel in case they searched my bags and wouldn't let me ...
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