Regency Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Jounieh
... 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 ...
... During the 3rd millennium BC, the first signs of a town can be observed, with the remains of well-built houses of uniform size. This was the period when the Phoenician civilization began to ...
... outside of Beirut.
It was a wonderful whirlwind of a ski trip, low cost and high fun, just the way we like it. John's friend from childhood, who is living in Turkey on a Full-bright Fellowship, is visiting us in Beirut for the coming week. I'm excited to play tour guide of my new temporary home, it will be a fun-filled week. Anis mentioned he wants to take us back to the South for the weekend, or maybe to Baalbek. We'll ...
... area sites. There is much evidence of remnants from the Civil war and riots that have entrenched the city since. On the other hand, there is much reconstruction going on to bring the city back on track. New and old lay side by side in the busy streets.
We walked through the newly built area of Njemah Square (Etoile Place) with the clock tower in the middle. Lots of shops and restaurants are open here and the area is very surreal and sparkly new. It ...
... really something to see.
On the way out, I just had to buy a couple of souvenirs...plus, I wanted to get a taste of classic Lebanese bargaining. I went into the shop looking for some carved cedar tree pieces that they will write your name on. I settled on two of them (one for me and one for my parents). After some back and forth, we settled on a "fair price" which I was told I was getting by the young Lebanese girl. She was clearly more skilled ...