Mir Amin Palace Hotel

Beiteddine, Beiteddine, Lebanon | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beiteddine

(2) History of the Harbours

A travel blog entry by oudmayer


... the 1930’s: any such census would lead to demands for the rebalancing of power, not unthinkable in an environment where poor Muslims have much larger families than Christians, and many Maronites emigrate. Given the recent history of Lebanon, such rebalancing is unlikely to be achieved peacefully.

Where in the old days the various city states were comparable in size and power, even if one occasionally, and temporarily, ...

Field trip!

A travel blog entry by spsadventures


... is a town on the northern border with Lebanon. From the mountaintop, you can see the buffer zone between the city and Lebanon, as well as the border and the Lebanese mountains. If you look to the right instead of the left, you can see Mt. Hermon and the Syrian mountains. The view was pretty cool.

From there, we went to the site of a memorial. In 1997, two Israeli helicopters crashed into each other, killing 73 soldiers. Near the ...

Wine, Hizbollah, Saida, and Jounieh

A travel blog entry by camelsandtacos


... then it was Khomeini
billboards. Long story short, dusk was fast approaching as we were
driving southbound and we came to a military check point. The stern
looking soldiers didn't allow us to proceed ...

The Fat Man in Red Bringeth Gifts of Dolce Vita

A travel blog entry by mikemaya


... sweat the little stuff. All stuff is little stuff. Of course this is culture shock for the truly anal retentive (such as myself). So, we settled in for some Dolce Vita and did as the Beirutians do, we went out late, woke up late and embraced the chaos and fun. You’ll see many pictures of us at various bars. Some highlights;

1) Going to La Bodeguita Del Mondo and carrying Johnny (Rima’s boyfriend) while we danced to ...

Is this Lebanon or Eritrea?

A travel blog entry by jonbart


Who could have imagined that the Lebanon would be full of banana plantations? but according to the locals the bananas from Somalia are better... Speaking of the Horn of Africa, Ethiopians are everywhere and apparently are the nationality of choice for nannies in Lebanon... Eid was just around the corner so in preparation for this slaughter-filled festival, posters lined the streets of Beirut to encourage people not to be too cruel to sheep...[see pic] ...

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