Le Bristol Hotel

Mme Curie Street, Beirut, Lebanon | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Mme Curie Street, Beirut, is near Jeita Grotto, Temples of Baalbek, National Museum of Beirut, and Beit Eddine.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Beirut

    Revolution, a piece for the Kuwait Writing Club

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Nov 02, 2013

    ... it is at causing progress. Many cars have a rev(olution) counter to illustrate this, showing how many RPM (revs per minute) the engine is doing. Say the average RPM your car does once it's up and going is 2000. Say the average shopping trip is 5km, or 10 minutes from your driveway to the local Sultan Centre. That's 20,000 revolutions! Obviously this is conclusive evidence that society needs to look elsewhere than revolution for a mechanism of progress.

    The one where we were girls

    A travel blog entry by emilywright on Aug 31, 2012


    ... Nick while listening to newly found arabic podcasts which sing the Barney dinosaur song in arabic! We usually study in the 'garden' (a fly infested sandy picnic bench area we have taken a liking to) and then go to get ice creams from the corner shop on gemmeyze street. I have a talent for finding the good ones in the freezer and use my powers to reward nice friends who come with me for ice creams!

    On wednesday it was the quiz again at Saifi which I had been sooo ...

    A complete unknown ... Lebanon

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

    54 photos

    ... of 2 connected levels, each with amazing stalactite & stalagmite formations. The bottom cavern is only accessible by boat & there are short rides you can take round. The upper level one is able to walk through the & the sheer size of the cave itself & all the formations is something else.

    We also spent time wandering about Lebanon's 2nd largest city, Tripoli. With some beautiful mosques, awesome souks & great coffee-wallas (sellers) on most ...

    3 days in Lebanon

    A travel blog entry by _momad_ on May 30, 2011

    3 photos

    ... in the centre of beirut. We wondered through the paradoxical streets of beirut where jewelary souks trade opulent gems, while multitudes of soldiers stand impassively with rifles cocked. It was a very hot day and we were quickly exhausted, so we went for lunch in a busy lebanese restaurant. The owner was exceptionally friendly and he must have said welcome to us at least 50 times.

    In the afternoon we decided to go to Byblos which is a coastal resort an hour or so north ...

    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 ...