Le Beryte Hotel

Ibnsina, Ain El Mreissy, Beirut, Lebanon | Hotel
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If they want you they'll kidnap you in the hotel

A travel blog entry by touring-taurean


... br> Woken at 0600hrs by the hotel alarm clock. It's unplugged sharpish to shut it up. It continues. It has to be the only hotel in the world that's inserted back-up batteries. They're prised out. Silence.

Day trip to the "countryside" north of Beirut. Told the tower blocks along the mountainside and sea stretch all the way from Israel to Syria. There's no separation between cities, towns and suburbs. It all blends into one continuous strip of shops, ...

The one where we were girls

A travel blog entry by emilywright


... meal. It was a good reward though and it was nice to be back in downtown. After wards we went to move Isabel into her new apartment in Furn Al'shback which is 10 minutes drive away from saifi, and will be where I move in with her in a few weeks. It turned out to be a super cool area because it felt authentically middle eastern and like a city, without being intimidating or dangerous. We moved her in with her international housemates and even met a brit in the elevator up. ...

Back to where it all started

A travel blog entry by georgehaddad


... the rest of the day just sun baking by the amazing roof top pool of our hotel. From the pool you could see the ocean and all the building below.

In the afternoon, we caught a taxi to one of the beaches near by and spent a couple of hours there. In the evening we went to a part of the city where they have some very nice restaurants and ate until we were bursting at the seams. I thought what better way to spend my birthday, then back in the city where I was born!

3 days in Lebanon

A travel blog entry by _momad_


... cuisine then made our way back to beirut on another cheap and easy local bus, where the bus driver had a water fight with another bus. We went out that night to a club full of young lebanese and tourists alike. I enjoyed trying to haggle taxis drive through french.
The next morning we got up and packed sadly we made our way to the airport once again passing iconic mosques, trendy shops and impassive soldiers.
Our time in lebanon had been good but it was over. time to go to Nepal!

Back in Beirut

A travel blog entry by aubreycox


... Hariri family has re-developed the entire downtown city center, which is considered a political faux pas to many Lebanese, as it contributed to the growing wealth of the former Prime Minister during his time in office. There are currently campaigns against this one-family development project, which are visible through the signs posted throughout the city reading Stop Solidiere. http://www.bloggingbeirut.com/archives/ ...


This hotel, located on Ibnsina, Ain El Mreissy, Beirut, is near Jeita Grotto, Temples of Baalbek, National Museum of Beirut, and Beit Eddine.
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