Holiday Inn Beirut Dunes
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... enjoy this piece of freedom (heaven) from parenting we're getting that doesn't come often (thank you Lori!!) :)
After our nap we headed to the bride's parents place, she had invited all the family and friends who were up from Canada for the wedding for a traditional Lebanese meal. Her family is absolutely lovely, very welcoming and friendly. They had so much amazing food, I can't even begin to describe how delicious it was and all home made! I had two ...
... part of his convoy. The taxi driver did not speak English, so had to explain this to us using gestures and sounds such as 'boom!' to signify the car bomb. When we later learnt more about this event and its effects, on the walking tour take two, we were grateful to be able to place the scene. Once we had arrived on the promenade we walked along for some time just hoping we had chosen the right direction for the ...
... for making too much noise), music blaring, smashing 12% beers ($1.50). We got a cab at about midnight to B018 (apparently the club is empty until 1am and packed by 3am, which was the case) and off we went. Danced our little hearts away and tried our best to pick up a local Lebo bird haha. Left the club at around 6am and stumbled home (might have been a wreck at this stage). Cheers to the 2 locals who gave me a lift back to the hotel. ...
... front desk man at the Port View Hotel told us to go to 15 km to
Jounieh, "where the bars and Christians are, Muslim families won't be
staying there" True enough we found a room at the Zoukotel Hotel. The
... studying for all those years time to enjoy time for yourself. All together the time in Italy was not the best, the people were not friendly and were really to them self. When getting south of Rome that improved but not much. So when we got the ferry from Brindisi (Italy) to Igoumenitsa (Greece) we knew that it would be different from there. And so it was, the Greek people were very helpful with information and spoke good German and English. What was a down side ...