Marble Tower Hotel

Makdisi Street, Beirut, Lebanon | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Makdisi Street, Beirut, is near Jeita Grotto, Temples of Baalbek, Beit Eddine, and Solidere.
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    If they want you they'll kidnap you in the hotel

    A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Aug 09, 2013

    23 photos

    ... for younger readers born after 1985) and showing us different room types. Ringing bell on each occasion just to make sure reception had given him vacant room numbers. We all piled into one room after no response from the door bell. The Hotel Technician. The Architect. The Structural Engineer. The M&E Engineer. Me. And quickly made a quick exit as we interrupted a couple getting acquainted on the bed. The schoolboy in us all left giggling at the Hotel Technician's ...

    The one where we were Westerners

    A travel blog entry by emilywright on Aug 18, 2012

    1 comment, 7 photos

    This morning we woke up late. Me especially, I went to have breakfast alone which meant I could read my book and I finished it (Thank Ellie hass - so sad!!) We had planned to go on a trip outside of Beirut today but since its the Eid weekend we decided to stay in Beirut as we knew from last weekend that it is impossible to find food in the rest of the Middle east in the daylight hours at this time of year. This was the day our room mate moved out which was sad but ...


    A travel blog entry by hodizzle on Oct 10, 2011

    ... in their lives? A large percentage of those same men were smoking cigarettes within seconds of exiting the plane, walking past No Smoking signs posted in the corridor to Customs.
    A taxi driver followed me outside, vying for my business while I scanned the scene. I ignored him and analyzed my options. Emptiness and taxis. Taxi looked to be the way out. I agreed to go with him. Seeing no meter in his car I asked ...

    Roots and the mystery of Baalbek

    A travel blog entry by mrcwoodsman on Feb 08, 2011

    5 comments, 158 photos

    ... salt, lemon juice, and olive oil), tabbouleh (bulgur, finely chopped parsley, mint, tomato, scallion, with lemon juice, olive oil and various seasonings), fattoush (salad made from several garden vegetables and toasted or fried pieces of pita bread). This is just a few of the meze dishes I partook in at every meal.
    In Lebanon meze is often a meal in its own right. Groups of dishes arrive at the table about 4 or 5 at a time. There is a set pattern ...

    Jewelry, AUB tour, Riviera and White!

    A travel blog entry by chris_lebanon on Aug 07, 2010

    28 photos

    ... that were all awesome. I wanted to buy them all! After some discussion, I decided on a beautiful pair of diamond crusted earrings that I know Denyse will love. I would post a picture of them but it wouldn't be fair to Denyse since she hasn't seen them yet! You'll have to see her wearing them in LA sometime.

    Once we finished with the jewelry store, we briefly stopped at the ABC mall to pick up a few gifts for my family. I bought an authentic ...