Palm Beach Hotel

Phoenicia Street, Beirut, Lebanon | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Phoenicia Street, Beirut, is near Jeita Grotto, Temples of Baalbek, Beit Eddine, and Solidere.
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Travel Blogs from Beirut

You've come from the other side

A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Aug 07, 2013

1 comment, 20 photos

... Despite the height advantage of being 11 floors up you can't see the division between north and south like you could between east and west in Berlin. Further investigation required.

Head to the Ledra Street crossing. The Greeks just let you walk out along the flowerpotted no man's land. The Turks take your details and stamp that white slip of paper (the one with the John Bull printing). I'm now in the Turkish north. 100m separating two pints of ...

The one we wrote off

A travel blog entry by emilywright on Aug 06, 2012

1 comment

... her room and all slept much better, glad to forget the sad day they had written off. A part we must never forget though was our harmony. Out from within us flew a melodious tune of the moulin rouge elephant medley and a triumphant 'can you feel the love tonight'. These uplifting harmonies, sung as if by Angels, lifted the poor ill children's spirits no end, and their joyous voices bought a tear to the happy eye of those who listened to such happy hearts from such sickly ...


A travel blog entry by hodizzle on Oct 10, 2011

... by calling "Welcome!" to passersby near the doorway. We just needed to get in the vicinity and he would guide us there. Beyond his own reputation, the restaurant has a reputation for serving delicious home cooked Lebanese food for all. The restauranteur spotted us. "Welcome to Lebanon!" Neil walked in first, already smitten. The man stayed in the neighborhood through the war and made a point of hiring local ...


A travel blog entry by aclaire on Jan 19, 2011

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... The current struggles going on in the country are in part the cries of a populace that has not has its needs met, and the protests are the voices of different factions who are afraid they will be left out of the political process. Lebanon is a pluralistic society, much like America, and all voices need to be heard. It is a beautiful and diverse country, and it is my sincere hope that it can serve as example of a pluralistic and tolerant society in the ...

Thursday night in downtown Beirut

A travel blog entry by chris_lebanon on Jul 30, 2010

7 comments, 6 photos

Hi Everyone,

Last night was the first night we went to downtown Beirut. Johanna was too tired from walking around Balbaak in the sun all day to join us so Patirck, Nounou and uncle Paul all headed to downtown.

Upon arriving, I was immediately astonished at the sheer size of a new mosque that has been built squarely in downtown Beirut. It is a very large and shiny structure that you simply cannot miss.

Once ...