Lancaster Hotel Raouche
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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So we made it safe and sound. Though for a while I almost thought we weren't going to!
Our flight from Ottawa - Frankfurt was going well until we were halfway to Frankfurt. The plane hit quite a lot of turbulence and normally I'm a good sport with it but this was probably one of the worst turbulences I've ever experienced on the plane that every time the plane shifted down, lots of people would gasp out loud. It lasted almost an hour. I ...
... it is still a true volatile mess.
Martyrs' Statue riddled with bullet holes and all surviving 15 years of civil war.
and square is to ...
... fought against the Lebanese Army in this part of Lebanon. My first impression was that it was dirty and shabby and endless number of bombed out buildings. It definitely looked like a place that had been destroyed by war.
Driving along the beach, there was a lot of shabby looking tents with big flags of Germany, Brazil and Italy. We had heard that the Lebanese are fanatics about soccer and they definitely showed their ...
... and very monotonous desert which makes it very hard to find your way. Igor's told me he was lonely and lost in the desert and when he saw some hitch-hikers, of which there are many, he decided to pick them up, it happened to be three kids, indeterminate ages, they might have been from 7 to 10 or from 10 to 13 years old. They spoke absolutely no english and sat mute in the back of his hire car as he drove along the road, his attempts at communication were met with ...
... hot water fees, drinking water fees, concierge costs, maintenance costs, telephone bills, internet connection fees, etc, etc. It is all rather complicated, but we live in hope.
Meanwhile work is going quite well. In the bright and quiet environment of the office, it is easy to concentrate (and work also gets the mind off the whole "where will I be living next week?" question). So I am writing my report at a ...