InterContinental Mzaar Mountain Resort & Spa
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... family - 5 bottles for US$38, a bargain.
Then it was time to head home after a really excellent day. Marlene came over to cook for us so we opened a bottle of the Ksara wine and enjoyed a really chilled night. We ended up staying up and chatting until about 11pm.
Time for bed. Tomorrow Tania is taking us to the Jeita Grotto and Harissa, but she has to work in the morning so we will hopefully be motivated enough to go to the gym...
... evening, because the eateries, if you can call them that, were closing early. This being a Muslim dominated town, there was also no alcohol in the bars, only alcohol-free beer, but we did manage to find a small shop that sold wine, whiskeys and arak, the local Lebanese anis-based drink. We bought ourselves a bottle of arak (which we subsequently polished during a long evening on the hotel balcony); the wines didn’t look to promising. ...
... way, she explained that when Lebanon was ruled by the Ottoman Empire the Turks would invade Christian villages to spread Islam. Or more bluntly, to kill the Christians and take their villages. So, in response the houses were built with tiny doors to the Turks could not ride their horses into the houses.
We saw a statue of Youssef Bey Karam, a famous war hero who lead the Christian villages of Edhen and Zgharta to defeat the Turks. Antonio, ...
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 ...
... the Bulldog for a couple pints of Almaza (Lebanese
beer). To make matters worse, a girl walked into a bar passing out cans
of a new energy drink called "Pussy" I'm sure Sonny's mom wasn't overly
impressed. It was time to call it a night. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool