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... rules, this includes red lights and stop signs which are a suggestion here not an obligation it seems LOL! Pretty crazy. I hope to take some great shots tomorrow to be able to share with everyone.
After meeting all other Canadians who were coming up for the wedding, we all were escorted to our hotel: Unit for Living. We've got a small suite with a little kitchenette, small balcony and king size bed so we can't really complain. ...
... pharmacy, bank and the sea!! We saw boats but didn't actually go any closer. We came to a big big road outside a mosque (the big one on the front of our travel book) but after trying to cross a few times we decided the road was too scary and went along another alley back. Here we came across a hospital which H was excited for. Then we refound saifi! We went to our room to freshen up and decided to try again later. We spoke to our Czech friend who told us town was on just the other side ...
... a no doubt vast collection of artefacts, of which a very small portion is exquisitely displayed: large sarcophagi and sculptures downstairs and a range of utensils and jewelry in well-lit cabinets upstairs, covering Lebanon’s history from Pre-historic time to the Middle Ages. And a history it was, from Phoenicians to Egyptians, conquering Greeks and Romans, then the advent of Muslim forces and the Crusader reaction, and finally 400 years ...
... The woman contacted me occasionally and the men in suits kept following me and hanging around outside my house. Finally I had enough. I sold everything and sent a certified letter to that lady saying I was leaving the country. I didn't want them to come back and say I was being sneaky. Everything had to be up front. I came back here and opened the bar."
He poured three shots of Jaegermeister, one for the ...
... having coffee at a fine restaurant hanging over the sea, and strolling along the Corniche El Manara, also known as Paris Avenue. The people are so friendly, and many ask where we are from and want to practice their English. We rip ourselves away to return to the hotel and get ready for our welcome festivities.
We gather for drinks and a chance to get better acquainted at 7:30pm, and then head out to our welcome dinner at Basma Ashrafieh, a ...