Moevenpick Hotel Beirut
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Outdoor pool
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... but at least with some more energy.
First impressions of Beirut - not a culture shock at all, then again, I wasn't expecting to have one since many had told me it was similar to Morocco and I knew that when I was in Morocco a few years back, I felt like it was very similar to Peru. And that's exactly my thoughts and Jimmy's when we were being driven back to the hotel, totally like Peru. Everyone honking their horns excessively, no one ...
... a wicker chair near the door staring off into
space. His wife (the one in pink) has much to be desired and
overcharged us for drinks; her rational being that people had stolen
from her in the past and she has ...
... a transit to Syria, soon we founded out that we needed a taxi for this. So again we had to pay for a visa (30€) that was twice the amount that we had to pay for the visa to Turkey. When crossing the border everything went really smoothly, the weather was bad bud we did not care. Next day the weather was superb in Halep, we slept in the tent in the middle of a park in the centre of the cityJ. That day we did shopping, laundry and all the other stuff that ...
... political situation that seems to live on edge. Talking to some of the locals, most of the fighting is not because of religion but because of politics.
Walking through Gemmayzeh, with its many bars and restaurants, it was strange to see both men and women interacting. In Syria, you will only see men at the café’s smoking sheesha and drinking tea. We found an excellent little sushi place which we visited twice. Nik ...
... complementary shot of what might have been a Lebanese version of a margarita. The café makes their own beer and wine and when I tried to order a glass of their homebrew I was initially denied, the server said that it wasn’t that good and offered me a commercial brand. Now, that made me more determined to try one and after much coaxing my request was finally granted. It was ...