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

      The Lebanon Mountain Trail

      A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Oct 10, 2013

      5 comments, 9 photos

      ... 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 ...

      (4) The Mountains and The Valley

      A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 12, 2011

      1 comment, 24 photos

      ... term forest! Here, too, the rest of the mountain is bare, save the occasional planting of young new trees, all neatly arranged. And although the Lebanese will want you to believe that the Israeli army chopped down the cedars, during their invasion, this process must have started much earlier than the occupation in 1982 – no army, not even the Israeli army, can chop down such vast mountain slopes as have been laid bare here. ...

      (3) To Tripoli

      A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 11, 2011

      30 photos

      ... crossing of the motorway by pedestrians. Which indeed happens frequently. As are cars driving against the traffic, on the emergency shoulder, if there is any, or otherwise in the rightmost lane. At least they drive fairly slow. And we also saw a cyclist on the motorway, with helmet and all, but that, I think, is indeed a rarity.

      Tripoli then. The contrast with fast-paced, modern Beirut could not be bigger. ...

      Beirut to Zgharta

      A travel blog entry by aubreycox on Apr 29, 2011

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... is great! (but difficult) Often, John and I agree do things when we have no idea what was said (this usually including eating). In true Lebanese form, we are seriously force-fed out of love. I'm worried that I will have to join the gym and spend multiple hours each day just to maintain my weight. I can't be rude and refuse the food offered to me.

      John and my Arabic is coming along, even just in the few days that we've been here. We understand what people are saying to ...

      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 ...