Le Crillon

Address: Broummana Beirut, Broummana, Lebanon | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Broummana Beirut, Broummana.
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Travel Blogs from Broummana

Can this country get any more amazing??

A travel blog entry by 613flavah on Oct 22, 2014

24 photos

... 20,300 ft) and located 200 feet below the upper caves, andiIt is traversed by a smooth underwater river and a lake (the "Dark Lake"). The river is broken up by several small cataracts and rapids.

After our amazing cave visit, we drove to visit Our Lady of Lebanon. It is a marian shrine and a pilgrimage site, honoring the patron saint of the Mediterranean country of Lebanon. The Lebanese Christians as well as the Druze and Muslims ...

LMT Section 9: Hasraoun to Tannourine

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Oct 14, 2013

25 photos

... that these people are not being preyed on by charlatans peddling non evidence based interventions such as art therapy. I hope a solid community of clinical psychologists is doing good. By the sounds of that NYT article though not enough is being done.

Inevitably along this walk we all got to talking about many things. Today was the venue for a couple of interesting topics, a new perspective on the Syrian civil war and ...

(5) Back to Beirut

A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 12, 2011

1 comment, 9 photos

... confusing. If you think Christians need to establish themselves in the mix of population groups in Lebanon, you are against Hezbollaz, but if you think that the suppressive Sunni Muslim way of life is infiltrating Lebanon more and more, thanks to Saudi Arab power, then you are pro-Hezbollah. For instance.

Except for the size of this country – just one third the size of The Netherlands - everything else is big here. I have never seen ...

(2) History of the Harbours

A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 10, 2011

18 photos

... in a former Crusader church which is now a mosque, and in the many traces of Roman occupation, most notably the extensive Roman baths. Parts of the Roman road from the port inland have also been unearthed – although I find those less obviously recognizable. The Beirut river, a rather humble stream, at least in September, was once spanned by a Roman aquaduct, of which the two sides still exist, and I am sure there are many other ...

Sunburnt and Sore: Skiing Faraya Mzaar

A travel blog entry by aubreycox on Apr 05, 2011

2 comments, 5 photos

... The mountain becomes one big snow covered slope. The resort ropes off the groomed ski trails, but without ropes you would have no idea where the trail started or ended. This was actually a little unnerving, as we were basically the only ones on the mountain due to it being the last week of the season.

As two of the few people skiing that day, John and I did not have to wait in a single lift line. In fact, usually ...