Moevenpick Hotel Beirut
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... coffee and trendy bars the finest beer and wine Lebanon produces. The young tread these streets until the early hours, and I barhopped the entire way down Rue Gouraud speaking to bar owners lamenting the drop in tourism. At one bar, I sat on a stool at a wrap-around bar boasting every liquor you can imagine and with the top hits thumping. I was the only customer. I chatted with the bar owner for over an hour, who lamented Lebanon's poor international ...
... some goods for friends and family
back home. Next destination was City of the Dead (al Qarafa aka "The
Cemetery") which is a long grid of enclosed family tombs stretching
four miles. The departure from the insanity of Cairo into al Qarafa ...
... the rest of the grounds and headed out back, across the area where they parade the horses and through the tree-lined carpark. We soon discovered that the trees we were looking at were pretty much the only ones we could wander past, so instead we went out of the gates and crossed the road, vowing to try again to enter an are known (I think, at least to us) as Beirut woods. Mark and I had been unsuccessful at this endeavor in the first week that we were here, walking past most of ...
... out, which involved more turning around to show the backseat passengers. I told him she looked like the back of a bus and he was very happy with this. Lisa wasn't enjoying any of this, in the back with Elka on her lap and no seatbelts, our driver spending more time looking at us than the road, meandering all over the place in heavy Sunday night traffic, speeding up, nearly sideswiping cars, breaking sharply. The he pulls out a black bag from ...
... too familiar dreaded feeling of waiting in line at a supermarket in Egypt, completely uncivilized. Fortunate for us, Ana and I befriended a couple of locals and we created an alliance keeping the infidels at bay and preserving the concept of a line with operation "wait your damn turn!"
On the trip up
The line ...