Ramada Beirut Downtown

Address: Mina El Hosn Chateaubriand Street, Beirut, Lebanon | 4 star hotel
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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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      If they want you they'll kidnap you in the hotel

      A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Aug 09, 2013

      23 photos

      ... Flabbergasted by the enormity and scale of it. Super sized space larger than anything I've witnessed before. All carefully lit, it's a photographer's paradise. Except you can't take photos. More voluminous than any cathedral. A walkway wends its way through the vast hall. Plenty of large scale stalagmites and stalagtites and associated formations. It's like tripe dripping Dali-esque over the rocks in places. One column looks like jellyfish in a vertical ...

      The one where we were Westerners

      A travel blog entry by emilywright on Aug 18, 2012

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... later but first went for a shop. Later we got Ice cream in a cafe there and at 6 we decided to go to see the Batman film. It was strange watching that film in Beirut. I had been scared to see it at home because of the Aurora shootings but it was even more scary watching it in Beirut because the opening scenes are of masked gun men taking hostages. It was weird to have a fantasy comic book film have connections like that with realistic concerns of the ...


      A travel blog entry by hodizzle on Oct 10, 2011

      ... in the front seat. He inserted a CD and asked if I liked Arabic music. "Sure, I don't know it that well but it sounds nice." He loved Arabic music. He loved it so much he couldn't sit still and wait for a song to end and another to begin. As I was settling into the beat he hit fast forward, scanning to get to another part of the song. The really good part. He fast forwarded through nearly every song, either ...

      Back in Beirut

      A travel blog entry by aubreycox on Mar 22, 2011

      2 comments, 5 photos

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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, ...

      Work and Play

      A travel blog entry by aubreycox on Feb 22, 2011

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... were friendly with the bar tender at Brut and I received complimentary champagne which is normally $20 a glass. My wallet was happy about that one.

      After Brut, John and I began to walk home. As we were walking, we heard some arabian music playing really loudly in a bar. Naturally, we curiously wandered into the bar where we found hookahs and people dancing. We sat at the bar, and after our first drink the bar tender decided John looked just like Rob Thomas ...