InterContinental Mzaar Mountain Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the hands of Kuwait's crazy drivers. Lebanese ones are also pretty aggressive but the lack of wide, straight line highways means they can't go fast and engage in so much brinkmanship.
So, without further ado, hit "next" for LMT Section 6. I should say we spent the first night in the lovely Lamaire Hotel in Ehden. The picture of the orange Discovery being loaded up was taken in the car park – we ...
... ago –, there is now little more than a small grove of green trees left, walled to prevent illegal logging. Good for skiing, these empty slopes, but this cannot have been the intention. And not just here, everywhere along the mountains there are just very few old trees left. Earlier, we crossed the entire Barouk forest in the Chouf Mountain Cedar Reserve, further south, on foot in less than 15 minutes, walking in a circle. So much ...
... not as ostentatious as in Amchit.
The motorway between Beirut and Tripoli is modern, fast and well laid out. The part to Tripoli is a few meters higher than the part to Beirut, on account of the mountain slopes. It characterizes the Lebanese mentality, though, that there are, every few hundred meters or so, stairs to climb from the upper to the lower section of the road, effectively ...
... 4000 feet above the sea level, allowing for views into both Syria and the Mediterranean Sea. The oldest Maronite Church is located here, which was built in 749 A.D. During the summer, Ehden is filled with people, restaurants, and nightlife. Since it is still cold at that altitude, the village is still very empty. We saw maybe 10 people there, one of which was a Shepard herding hundreds of ...
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 ...