Phoenicia Hotel

Address: PO Box 11, Minet El Hosn, Beirut, 846, Lebanon | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on PO Box 11, Minet El Hosn, Beirut, is near Jeita Grotto, Temples of Baalbek, Beit Eddine, and Solidere.
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      The Greatest City on Earth

      A travel blog entry by lochlanjw on Jun 02, 2014

      4 photos

      ... I approach and ask the hopping boy if he is okay, and he replies that he has hurt his leg. Looking down, I see that he has indeed hurt his leg. His friends are less than useless - one is trying to call an ambulance and the other is telling his friend to stay still long enough for him to take a photo with his iPhone. The cut is deep! I tell the boy to sit down and elevate his leg. The cut is bleeding heavily and when I finally stop the bleeding - thanks ...

      The one where we were bears

      A travel blog entry by emilywright on Aug 25, 2012

      6 photos

      ... asleep on the two hour journey to bsharii. Sophie had been there the week before and she told me it was safe but a long journey away. I woke up after about an hour and a half to amazing mountain panoramas. The mountains were amazingly high and seemed to have a tan line where the trees stopped growing and their tops became a dusty pointy desert landscape. Mostly the view was very green, the roads we drove along were very narrow and twisty and went along a ...

      (1) Beirut Today

      A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 10, 2011

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... The museum is thus now closed, and the area in front is a mess. This doesn’t bode well for preservation in Beirut. And indeed, it is increasingly difficult to find old buildings; some exist across town, perhaps 100 years old, with wooden balconies, nicely shaped tall windows, sometimes even with stained glass, wooden shutters. But many that survived the war don’t survive the project developer. It is often much more profitable to pull down ...


      A travel blog entry by hodizzle on Oct 10, 2011

      ... her go too. I didn't need to have her circling around me like that each night. It's not like I was going to do something with her. I just didn't want any trouble. Who knows what they would try."

      "So all of this is happening because the FBI tipped them off on their suspicions? I mean, how long does it take to prove yourself?"

      "Good question. Just think how much money your government wasted on their ...

      The View of Morocco from Lebanon

      A travel blog entry by aclaire on Mar 26, 2011

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      ... publicize it. I believe addressing the issue will hopefully get some men to think twice before they harass. Lebanon has a strong civil society, and it's the type of place where these things can be addressed. And that's the difference between Lebanon and Morocco, and frankly, what makes it unique among Arab states. There's room, even if it's narrow, for discussion. It's one of the many reasons why I love it here.