Holiday Tower Hotel

Address: Dbayeh-Jounieh Highway 507 Center, Beirut, Lebanon | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Dbayeh-Jounieh Highway 507 Center, Beirut, is near Our Lady of Harissa, National Museum of Beirut, West Beirut, Hamra Area, and Churches of Harissa.
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When comic-book actions are fun indeed

A travel blog entry by cariverga on Nov 14, 2013

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... 10 85;е-ночн ая жизнь.

I love this bar
It's my kind of place
Just walkin' through the front door
Puts a big smile on my face
No cover charge, come as you are
Hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm I love this bar


Загля 85;ув на неско 83;ько ...

The one where we were girls

A travel blog entry by emilywright on Aug 31, 2012


... end up doing a medley of feminist power ballads, such as Kelly Clarson and Maria Carey. It was a great night and we did it a few times over the week. This week I only had my morning classes at Saifi for lebanese dialect arabic. However my heart was full of intentions to study FusHa myself during the afternoons, I was twarted however by the onset of a Mid term test in my lebanese dialect lessons which meant I had to learn all the vocabulary for that, which I did in the ...

A complete unknown ... Lebanon

A travel blog entry by jb. on Jul 14, 2011

54 photos

... br>
Basing ourselves out of the capital for the 1st week, we headed both south & north on day trips. The beautiful palace at Beitadine, the crazy castle at Deil-Al Kamar with its weapon collection of thousands, the cable car ride just outside Beirut from which one has phenomenal views of the city & the coastline, downtown Beirut with its designer stores & gorgeous mosque & then one of the highlights of our 2 weeks in the country, the Jaita Grotto. The ...

3 days in Lebanon

A travel blog entry by _momad_ on May 30, 2011

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As our plane flew into the glittering capital, I caught a glimpse as to why it was called 'Paris of the Middle East'. In the airport we were happy to find out that we didnt need to buy a visa because we were Irish. We took a taxi and managed to find our lovely hostel. By this time we were all wrecked so after a sheesha pipe and a few beers we went to bed.

Next day we got up ate a great lebanese breakfast in the hostel and explored beirut itself. We went to iconic Muhammad Al ...

Back to the Capital...WELCOME....WELCOME

A travel blog entry by alexjasonworld on Mar 10, 2011

4 comments, 1 photo

Beirut was altogether surprising for us. I can't say I knew much about the city before coming and my only preconception was that it was a bombed out old city still scarred by the civil war. The reality is that there are plenty of buildings covered in bullet holes but the city is alive, full of great eateries, stylish people, cobblestone laneways and beautiful Parisian-style buildings. It is so much fun to ...