InterContinental Mzaar Mountain Resort & Spa

Address: Ouyoun El Simane, Kfardebian, Lebanon | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Ouyoun El Simane, Kfardebian.
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      Travel Blogs from Kfardebian

      Dhour Choueir

      A travel blog entry by papadisu on Jun 23, 2013

      26 photos

      ... summer resorts where Gaby and family would spend their summers. We hiked through beautiful mountains and garden filled with fruit trees and flowers.
      Half of the population is Greek Orthodox and the other half is mostly Greek Catholic and Maronite.


      (4) The Mountains and The Valley

      A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 12, 2011

      1 comment, 24 photos

      ... already wrote on a stele at the Narh al-Kalb in around 1500 BC that he now had unlimited access to supplies of cedars.

      From The Cedars, it is not much further to the pass that leads to the Bekaa valley, a desolate road across the mountains, that, however, from the top, at what, 2000 meters or so, provides great views.

      An equally attractive crossing is further south, from the village of Achkout. This is where part of ...

      (3) To Tripoli

      A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 11, 2011

      30 photos

      ... gold jewelry, and locally made soap. Fruit sellers see no problem selling the fresh orange juice from under a Heineken parasol, despite the fact that in staunchly Muslim Tripoli there is no alcohol to be had, or at least not easily. In between all those alleys are mosques, madrasses – religious schools - and old Ottoman-era hammans - bath houses -, often of exquisite architectural design outside, ...

      Beirut to Zgharta

      A travel blog entry by aubreycox on Apr 29, 2011

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... groups. The Alawites and the Sunnis have a long history of conflict, and the war torn buildings are daily reminders of the guns, bombs, and rockets.

      This conflict has been postponed due to a treaty between the two groups. However, with an increasing number of Syrian Alawites flee into Northern Lebanon there is a fear of a re-ignition. With the Syrian refugees seeking safety in Lebanon, the conflict in Syria has shown its first consequences to Lebanon (and the rest ...

      Hiking, Bones and Baby Sheeps

      A travel blog entry by mikemaya on Apr 16, 2011

      24 photos

      First weekend in Lebanon, We decided to go on one of the 26 longs trails of the famous LMT (Lebanon Mount Trails). We Picked the Mrouj. It was a great one, no one there but us and a few old porous cow bones, and cute baby sheeps that were struggling to stand ...