Le Beryte Hotel

Ibnsina, Ain El Mreissy, Beirut, Lebanon | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beirut

Revolution, a piece for the Kuwait Writing Club

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders

... may be more successful in causing progress if done with some gentleness. Otherwise it might just end up being a few rioters causing fires. Also, is the place prepared properly where you want to have a revolution? If not, the people may misunderstand. Your ideas may fail to gain traction. This may stop progress through revolution.

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Edit: just realised that I missed the main point of cars regarding revolution, they illustrate ...

The one where we were girls

A travel blog entry by emilywright

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... 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.

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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_

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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 in the west

A travel blog entry by reinder.prins

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... then most people (including myself before this trip) would think! Most hostels (like the one in Beirut) have nice common rooms where you can meet other backpackers over a beer during the evening. I didn't have any set plans for after Lebanon due to the civil unrest in some of the countries in the region (Syria, Egypt, Lybia, etc.) - but as Egypt is all calm by now I booked a cheap flight to Alexandria and flew there on Sunday the 20th. Off to the next adventure!

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Location

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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