Regency Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... went along dirt roads. These had, respectively, a thin white strip either side of the red line and a dashed white strip. The white strip could have been thicker in my opinion and perhaps it was in their software for producing the map but came out a bit differently from the printer. Apart from this I found the maps very informative and the elevation profile was great too. It was a nice professional ...
... and cafes and was enclosed wıthın the ancient walls. Was suprısed to fınd ın one of them they were watchıng an Indıan soap opera dubbed ın Arabıc , the sort my mum watches (over actıng and cheesy camera work). Sure ıf they gıve eastenders a try ıt'll catch on. The other tourıst attractıon I went to was the wax museum. Was a bıt naff and a waste of money to be honest. It was ...
... and it made me so grateful to have a connection to such wonderful people. They, like so many other Rotarians, have really gone out of their way to make me feel like I am a part of the community.
I went skiing in the mountains at a resort called Faraya. Faraya is only about a half hour by car outside of Beirut. The conditions were good and the skiing was comparable to many ski slopes in the US. It was a beautiful, sunny day as well, and ...
... t go out. My eyes were literally closing and I couldn't stop them no matter how much I tried. I slept like a baby.
In the morning, I had breakfast with auntie Nounou and uncle Paul. Aunte Nounou had put out quite a spread yet again. I had some halawa with traditional arabic bread and some fresh manauchi (sp?). It was awesome. Shortly after breakfast, Patrick and Johanna picked me up and we were off to Balbaak region to visit ...
Hopping over the desert to Lebanon for a week, I met up with Art, who was there for the weekend. We rented a car and headed north of Beirut to the ancient site of Byblos and for a drive through the beautiful Qadisha Valley.
Byblos is estimated to have been inhabited some the 5th century BC! It has hosted Phoenicians, Egyptians, Mesopotamians, Amorites, Hyksos, Babylonians...you get the point. ...