Portaluna Hotel

200m North Telepherique, Jounieh, 1397, Lebanon | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Jounieh

The Lebanon Mountain Trail

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders


... shooting birds for fun along the way. On day 3 I spontaneously started collecting shotgun shells, each one arguably representing an attempt to kill a bird. This was an interesting exercise. There was a point where I suddenly realised that the shells were everywhere. This lead to some misgivings about my saying the country was safe in a short interview the first day on national TV (LBCI). Against my instincts about how ...

Road to Damascus ( well up to the border anyway)

A travel blog entry by hyperfeedback


... That along wıth a couple havıng a 'get a room for f%^+ sake moment' , beers flowıng, footy on tele we could be ın any bar ın europe. Thıs Im afraıd ıs the only sample of Beruıt nıghtlıfe I had. Dıdn't do any hardcore clubbıng but can sense ıt would be the sort of clubs I hate. Unless Beruit has a 42nd Street (Manchester) style ındıe club I dont know about


Lebanon Mountains and Bekka Valley

A travel blog entry by camelsandtacos

... regenerate the
forest. There is also an army of souvenir stands with eager sellers
awaiting your arrival. We were compelled to buy a quarter kilo of nuts,
figs, a round of beers, in order to relax and take ...

Roots and the mystery of Baalbek

A travel blog entry by mrcwoodsman


... modern, highly futuristic and architecturally beautiful downtown buildings make it a city that is fun to explore.

The people are very friendly and most speak 3 languages - Arabic, English and French. The food is excellent and varied with a nice blend of French flavors, mixed in with tastes for western palates and of course Lebanese food that leans heavily on fresh meze, cheeses and kebabs. Combine them and it made for an exciting adventure in ...

Final thoughts from the Lebanon

A travel blog entry by nickfear


... visits are conducted by Fadia Kadamany, whose day job is as secretary but told me she sometimes conducts 2/3 visits per day. Mine lasted nearly 2 hours. She has a wealth of knowledge about Chateau Musar, but as she told me she is not "oenologue" (oenologist - her second language is French) so she couldn't really answer my questions comparing Chateau Musar with other wines.

The story of Chateau Musar and the Hochar family is well known and well respected in ...

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This 4 star hotel is located on 200m North Telepherique, Jounieh.
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