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... for directions. The soldier is very welcoming and speaks a little English and we have the craic. He tells me his name. I tell him mine. He introduces me to his fellow soldier. We're all mates now. He shakes my hand as I leave and regrets it as it's quite a strong handshake. A colleague calls me Crusher 'cos of it. He laughs and makes me shake hands with his chum. They're both laughing as I wave goodbye.
Finding the marina, glad to discover ...
... later but first went for a shop. Later we got Ice cream in a cafe there and at 6 we decided to go to see the Batman film. It was strange watching that film in Beirut. I had been scared to see it at home because of the Aurora shootings but it was even more scary watching it in Beirut because the opening scenes are of masked gun men taking hostages. It was weird to have a fantasy comic book film have connections like that with realistic concerns of the ...
... in the front seat. He inserted a CD and asked if I liked Arabic music. "Sure, I don't know it that well but it sounds nice." He loved Arabic music. He loved it so much he couldn't sit still and wait for a song to end and another to begin. As I was settling into the beat he hit fast forward, scanning to get to another part of the song. The really good part. He fast forwarded through nearly every song, either ...
... an American to get a visa. So, we kicked that plan to the curb. Instead, we hit the mountains and enjoyed the views, cold air and trails. I was also taught to play “Trump”, so many nights were wiled away with Maya and I taking on anyone foolish enough to challenge us at what quickly became yet another game for us to dominate and crush likes of Tante Amira, Deysi and Akram. They would claim otherwise, but these are hasty words ...
... out so well :(. We ended up going to a place called Old Patio which had every kind of food you can think of including Crepes...yummy.
I had a Crepe for dinner at 1AM which was really more like candy. It was awesome. From there, we tried to stop at several bars but they seemed to be all closing since it was already 2AM so we just headed home for the night.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility