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Travel Blogs from Beirut
We left Doha on the 14th of November with our very good friends Heidi, Dave, Alexandra and Johanna. A short flight to Beirut and then to our hotel. Walked along the corniche and tried to find some lunch for the kids - no luck.
Very warm weather for the time of year.
... people ,
they are nice and kind . The weather is nice , and the food also . I
visited at Birout a street called solider street , for luxury stores and
restaurant , the gulf people spend a lot of time there.
... playing backgammon. The next building we were curious about turned out to be a mosque, but we weren't suitably dress to go in there, it'll be saved for another day. After trying on our various scarves and cardies in different fashions with the man nodding at our conservatism, it transpired that we had enough material for one of us to be modest enough to enter the mosque, but would have to leave the other one (the immodest harlot) stood out ...
... lines fed into overloaded circuits in a mish-mashed fire-waiting-to-happen. He point to one of these electrical tangles and explained that they had to fend for themselves. People in the camps performed all the plumbing, electrical, and building maintenance. I stepped around the crushed cockroaches in the alleys.
He took us through another corridor, this one barely shoulder width. It was a shortcut to ...
... s seat of government, and plays a central role in the Lebanese economy with its city centre, Hamra, Verdun, and Ashrafieh-based corporate firms and banks. The city is the focal point of the region's cultural life, renowned for its press, theatres, cultural activities, ...