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- Shuttle bus service
- TV Channel One Russia
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... of having a webmap is just to abandon the idea altogether and simply upload the route to Google Maps and OpenStreetMap, then people will be able to see everything within these maps without having to go to a special web address. There is an added benefit of publicity for the trail since any map using Google Maps or OpenStreetMap as a basemap will show the trail. I will be adding the LMT, therefore, to both ...
... Was maınly full of people actually prayıng rather than tourısts. Some stunnıng vıews of the coastlıne from here.
In the evenıng was tıme for the Shakıra concert. Now only lıke a couple of tunes but thought İ'd go for the novelıty value. Glad I dıd go. I dıd feel a bıt out of place beıng the only guy late 20's on hıs own. Surrounded by nıce company though.... Was a ...
Weelllccoommeee tooooo Lebanon, they yell as they race past in their BMW's, Mercedes and old smoke blowing diesel taxi's on the mountain roads around Bcharre, a mountain town at the base of the snow covered Cedar Mountains about an hour inland from Tripoli. (No not the Libyan Tripoli, although it was our plan to be there about now!!) They should probably slow down a little as it’s a long way down, there’s a car coming the other way and we’re walking on the road as ...
... beer (Almaza!).
We then went to a very, very nice and famous Lebanese winery called Ksara. We took a tour of the cave (Kevin you would have loved this) and then had a great wine tasting at a very nice tasting room.
I am now back at aunt Nounou's house resting up for tonight. Patrick and Johanna are coming back to pick me up later this evening to go to dinner. Check out the pics from today and yesterday!
... tombs, and the Church of St. John the Baptist. From the stone pathways to the wildflower-filled landscape, you could easily spend an afternoon just wandering about the grounds and soaking in the ambiance. A definite must-visit if you go to Lebanon.
After exploring Byblos, we drove north to the town of Tripoli, despite being warned that there's nothing to see or do there. After confirming ...