Ramada Beirut Downtown

Mina El Hosn Chateaubriand Street, Beirut, Lebanon | 4 star hotel
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Arrival in Beirut

A travel blog entry by papadisu


We started Friday at 6 pm and arrived in Paris about 8 am Saturday. After a two and a glad layover we headed off to Lebanon. Four hours later we were stepping out into a sunny hot day. Not a cloud in the sky. We picked up the rental car and headed to the apartment. Th w eat of the day we will unpack, go grocery shopping then just chill out with friends and ...

The one with all the side streets

A travel blog entry by emilywright

... br> The cafe we found only spoke french, perfect opportunity for our skills, but it was also rather fancy. EW ordered a pink drink because it was she liked the look of it, however it turned out to be some sickly, rose flavour stuff. This was not totally regretted because it was too pretty to drink anyway. We did succeed to order a good meaty dish as intended, and only lost houmous in translation to olives.
Well fed, we felt ready ...


A travel blog entry by hodizzle

... within the camp. The taxi dropped us off on some miscellaneous street in the middle of an area not known to host people of our religious background. Without being asked, a lady on the street knew exactly where we were going and pointed us to the right building. We met a soft spoken man in his office near the camp. He offered us tea or coffee before explaining their mission. He stressed, "We are not promoting a ...

Easter Celebrations

A travel blog entry by mikemaya


... we were going the opposite direction of the mall we wanted to go to!

Also another thing to note was that a really candle was lit in Jerusalem on Good Friday, and was passed by people through Jordan than Syria to finally make it to Beirut on Sunday, right on time for ...

Where Armenia meets Denmark and Afghanistan

A travel blog entry by jonbart


... by greeting him with "salaam aleykum"... that will teach me to ask for directions! The Christians in Syria and beyond would also prefer "merhaba" or "bon soir"... and for those who were not aware, Afghanistan (Badakhshan more specifically) was already trading lapis lazuli with Syria 2,000 years ago! ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Mina El Hosn Chateaubriand Street, Beirut, is near Our Lady of Harissa, National Museum of Beirut, West Beirut, Hamra Area, and Churches of Harissa.
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