Plaza Hotel

Hamra Street , Beirut, Lebanon | 4 star hotel
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Kids with guns

A travel blog entry by touring-taurean


... out, surely. What is it with these foreigners and maps. I point where I want to go. Point where we are now. SImple. It's like a foreigner turning up at Nottingham Market Square and pointing to Trent Bridge on the map. It's all too difficult so a young couple are called over. They speak no English and they too can't read a map of their city. Another bloke is called over. I'm pointing a major tourist attraction on the map. In the city centre. The man says, ...

The one where we were Westerners

A travel blog entry by emilywright


... people would appreciate the culture for what it is and learn the language for a love of it in itself, or its capacities in Arabic literature, history and art. I think that political understanding should be the contextual knowledge necessary to be tagged on to these studies in the middle east rather than the main point of interest for the West to have here. I am going to begin a new book tomorrow it was recommended to me by our armenien book shop owner friend and ...


A travel blog entry by hodizzle

... of the globe to convene.

American University, one of the premier universities in the Middle East, was a few blocks from our hotel. Trilingual students worked and congregated in many of the cafes we frequented, often conversing in French, English, or Arabic. Food, shisha, and conversation became our primary night time outing.

We walked along the outer wall of the university and came to a barricade. ...

Byblos, Harissa and Jeita Grotto

A travel blog entry by raniroo


... Castle and a renovated souk makes this town a great day trip. Byblos has been inhabited as early as 7000 years ago, giving Damascus in Syria a run for its money. We lunched along the harbour at Bab el-Mina, and although not cheap, it was delicious. Eggplant salad, fish kibbeh, marinated octopus and calarmari were fresh and delicious. Definitely worth a day out to visit!

Our last night in Beirut ...

Our lady of Lebanon, Faraya, Kleiaat and Tarnib

A travel blog entry by chris_lebanon


... drink and plums.

From there we headed further up the mountain to Kleiaat, the place where my Dad's parents had a place. I snapped a picture of it from the road but we couldn't go to it. We continued up the mountain up to Faraya. Here, there is a ski resort, a 5 star hotel, some cabins and some incredible views of the city.

We headed back down the mountain from there and stopeed to eat at ( ). The food was delicious and featured some ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Hamra Street , Beirut, is near Jeita Grotto, Temples of Baalbek, Beit Eddine, and Solidere.
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