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Maameltein Coastal Road, Jounieh, Lebanon | Hotel

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The Lebanon Mountain Trail

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders


... from which to shoot. Let's be conservative and only multiply the LMT by 5. Who knows whether so many options exist for all sections but also hunters probably use dirt roads accessible by car/moto that the LMT avoids. So that's 20x5x440=44000 shells (44000/10= 4400 dead birds, ((440/4)+((440-(440/4))-((440-(440/4))/ 3)))/6
=55 car boots of shells) scattered throughout the Lebanese countryside, in a nation the size ...

Skiing, hiking and so many Australian connections

A travel blog entry by alexjasonworld


... 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 ...

From Cairo to Beirut

A travel blog entry by camelsandtacos

... entering the country as long as you don't have a
stamp from Israel. Our first couple of nights were spent in Gemmayze at
the Port View Hotel. Last year when Ana and I arrived the scene was
significantly mellower. I get it, you aren't ...

Amazing views in Harissa

A travel blog entry by worldtraveler2

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... 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 ...

Beirut: the original "Paris of the Middle East"

A travel blog entry by worldtraveler2

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... to find our hotel. When we finally got there it was very nice but it cost a lot of money. We bargained and only stayed for one night. It was just like home because they had Burger King, Subway and McDonald's. There was none of these in Syria. We went to McDonald's and in the entrance, they had a carpet that was a football field and a bunch of different
flags. It tasted good with chicken nuggets! It has been a long time since fast food!


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