Mercure Beverly Beach

Address: Maameltein Coastal Road, Jounieh, Lebanon | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Maameltein Coastal Road, Jounieh.
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Travel Blogs from Jounieh

LMT Section 7, Qozhaya to Bcharre

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Oct 12, 2013

1 comment, 33 photos

... of having a webmap is just to abandon the idea altogether and simply upload the route to Google Maps and OpenStreetMap, then people will be able to see everything within these maps without having to go to a special web address. There is an added benefit of publicity for the trail since any map using Google Maps or OpenStreetMap as a basemap will show the trail. I will be adding the LMT, therefore, to both ...

Up the coast

A travel blog entry by hyperfeedback on May 26, 2011

1 photo

... 305;t strange seeıng a few gırls ın Hıjabs ın the crowd. If Islam forbıds showıng haır İ'm pretty sure ıt'll ban Shakıra too. Probably hıghlıghts the fact ıts not really a relgıous symbol for many people. She dedıcated the concert to her father who's Lebanonese. She ıs just one of mıllıons of the Lebanonese dıaspora ın Latın Amerıca (and elsewhere).

Skiing, hiking and so many Australian connections

A travel blog entry by alexjasonworld on Mar 05, 2011

1 comment, 14 photos

... fell down the cliff walls of the valley into a beautiful river, there were lots of grassy meadows in the breaks between the trees, and there wasn’t a building in sight (except for the churches). Given how built up and developed everywhere is in Lebanon, the Qadisha valley was a very unique and calm oasis in a very dense urban country.

Skiing wasn’t really part of the plan….is there really skiing in Lebanon? Well yes, but first you must get some ...

Be very afraid; You are in Beirut!

A travel blog entry by travelens on Jul 21, 2010

1 comment

... by a mad speed-freak driver. Even the pedestrians' asylum sidewalks –the few of them who were lucky to escape the fate of being transformed into a parking space– they cease to provide the safety that walking humans were seeking when they resorted to occupy them due to the continuous invasion motor-scooter travelers! It seems that in order to gain the right to commute in Beirut, you need to have any kind of motored-wheels under your feet ...

Amazing views in Harissa

A travel blog entry by worldtraveler2 on May 20, 2010

15 photos

... they were cleared and reopened to the public in 1995.

We met up with Rima, Ghassan’s sister along with two of her kids, Serena and Karim. She was one beautiful and classy woman and she made us feel instantly welcomed. She drove up this winding mountain road to Harissa. She told us that during the month of May, many Christians visit the gigantic white painted bronze statue of the Virgin of Lebanon, whose arms ...

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