Ramada Beirut Downtown
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... Cable car to the Upper Grotto is abnormal in that it doesn't follow a loop. Instead it goes one way. Then reverses. In a gondola with a Nun and her Mum.
There are two caverns. Upper is the first stop and there's a big fuss about no photos and having to leave cameras and phones in lockers. When challenged tell security I have neither. I have big pockets. Full of concealed technology I enter.
Wow, wow, wow. Not often is my breath taken away but this ...
... us cokes to celebrate her room warming. Because we had begun our day as slothernly teenagers we decided to continue in that fashion and took a taxi to the ABC shopping mall and spent the day there. It was beautifully air conditioned and had a lovely floor and decor, and all the nicest shops. Because its ramadan all the window displays are extra special so its really pretty. We went for food first and I finally got some falafel!! We decided we would go to ...
... as a different type of government sponsored message. The driver parked and chased me down on foot. "No meters! No meters!" he called. None of the taxis used meters. He reduced his price, still charging too much, but low enough to justify hiring him. I saw it as a bonus for having character and perseverance. Plus, I'm lazy.
He was about my age, maybe a few years older, but he looked many years older. I sat next ...
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In addition to the character of the city, the warmth of the people of Lebanon can not be described. It is possible that the decades of war and turmoil have created a population of people who live for the moment and don't waste time with petty differences. Or it may be the extended family model in Lebanon, as seen also in Latin America, produces warm, welcoming, ...
... in hyena tattoos. We we two couples, about the same age, sharing a gondola with lives that could not be any more different.
Once we arrive at the top, we walked into the caves. They were spectacular. It was an enormous gave with crystallized rocks hanging from ever part of the ceiling. John, who apparently paid more attention in our freshman geology class we had together, explained to me that they were stalagmites and stalactites forming over years and ...