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... 1100; среди роман 90;ическ& #1086;й разру 93;и – мое любим 86;е занят 80;е. Но ближе к вечер 91; Бейру 90; ...
... I decided I would not have any more tutorials since they were so expensive and I could go through it alone at home. Afterwards Sophie, Isabel and Cigem invited me to the beach but I was tired after the long day do I decided to go joke. The bus driver on the way back forgot to drop me off but took me back when I told him, it took longer to get home though which was annoying. That evening we went for a walk to get cocktails which I really felt I deserved but they turned out to be ...
... rundown of how we spent our time (more detailed entries and pictures to come later):
November 3rd-4th: We took a red eye to Beirut on Thursday night, and spent the first two nights of our holiday in the country's glitzy and glamorous capital city. We did a whole lot of walking on Friday, covering much of the city's territory on foot.
November 5th: We collected our rental car and tried our hand at navigating Lebanon's ...
... just for 2,5 days..no where near enough time to actually see and do everything here since im tied up in meetings all day, but still, i got a peek into what the city has to offer, and that is enough for me to declare that i WILL be back here and next time even if for business, i will add a couple days to explore the other parts of the country, although i really prefer to come on holidays...
i had a little time after meetings finished ...
... cost and I couldn't resist catching the movie True Grit at the cinema and visiting Dunkin' Donuts a few times for breakfast. It is hard to believe that Beirut was once a battleground during the Lebanon's devastating civil war and later war with Israel. Still there are some grim reminders of this turbulent time. A towering, bombed out concrete building standing next to the 5-star Phonetician hotel was once a Holiday Inn, opened shortly before the start of the civil ...