Holiday Suites Hotel & Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... went along dirt roads. These had, respectively, a thin white strip either side of the red line and a dashed white strip. The white strip could have been thicker in my opinion and perhaps it was in their software for producing the map but came out a bit differently from the printer. Apart from this I found the maps very informative and the elevation profile was great too. It was a nice professional ...
... the hıstory of the area ın wax models but ıt dıd have a few famous (well to them) fıgures.
Jounıeh up the road hasn't got much to see apart from nıghhtclubs and churches but ıs where you get on the cable car up top to the hılltop town of Harrısa. Once there the maın landmark ıs the 'our lady of Lebanon' statue. Thınk of ıt as a much smaller versıon of Chrıst of the ...
... lady if she had any family in Australia, she gave me the ’you are a dumb idiot, don’t ask a stupid question’ look. The man running the hotel in the ski village first joked with us saying "sorry we don’t allow Australians here"………."just kidding mate, I used to live in Dover Heights and run a restaurant in Thredbo". There’s even a town close by to Bcharre that has a Parramatta road, and is half full of returned Australians. Our hotel ...
... We reach Beirut at night and have dinner at a simple restaurant on top of a mountain.
There have been some fightings today in west Beirut and some people are trying to see from here if they are still going on, but it seems to be calm.
Seems like any private fight is made a political event my the media here.
After a short detour to Demo (a bar in Gemmayzeh), we end up, yes, you guessed it, in Torino.
... had no middle name? No. Then Christophe, plenty of middle names, and the guard read through the lot very rapidly and shyly. Once we had all been approved in this way, the guard again said "welcome, welcome" (as though we were arriving rather than leaving) and waved us away with a cheery salute, followed immediately by blowing us a kiss! What a friendly bloke! The Lebanese border post was slightly more formal but while we were waiting for our documents to be given the final check, we ...