Marble Tower Hotel

Makdisi Street, Beirut, Lebanon | 3 star hotel
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If they want you they'll kidnap you in the hotel

A travel blog entry by touring-taurean


... 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 girls

A travel blog entry by emilywright


... wretched and I could remember no arabic, and felt confused that I had been asked to do a test in Arabic. The teacher was very helpful though and told me I had done well. Afterwards Bastian and I had promised ourselves a McDonalds, so we walked to downtown for some sweet rewards. I was very pleased with myself for ordering a double cheese burger meal in French. However when it came, I had to pretend I had wanted the super sized version, and had not failed completely to order ...

A complete unknown ... Lebanon

A travel blog entry by jb.


... up horse riding & ATV-ing with at this resort club. The great couple who picked us up whilst we were hitching a ride to the highway from the castle ended up not only taking us all the way to the coastal town we ultimately wanted to visit, Saida, but taking us on a boat trip round the harbour. This was just an example of the fantastic hospitality we enjoyed throughout the country.

All in all, it was a phenomenal 2 weeks exploring a country we knew virtually nothing ...

3 days in Lebanon

A travel blog entry by _momad_


... the grotto on the deep blue water at the bottom, unfortunately we were not allowed bring in our cameras but it was nice to appreciate the grotto without feeling pressured to attempt to capture the beauty of it.

That afternoon we went to Tripoli, Lebanon's second biggest city. Wandering through the markets and narrow streets was like stepping back a thousand years. The flat roofs and sights and smells all conjured up archeatypical images of the middle east. we feasted ...

Byblos, Harissa and Jeita Grotto

A travel blog entry by raniroo


Another early start but heading North today.

I was on the hunt for a Lebanese sweet shop which we found on The Corniche at Hallab. The massive round trays of gooey nutty sweets were mesmerising. As they boxed up my order they offered small bites of the different types of baklava they make. I also brought a serve of Knifeyh, a pastry that has cheese in the middle and then dipped in Qatr (which is a ...

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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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