Sofitel Le Gabriel Beyrouth

Address: Avenue de l'Independence , Beirut, Lebanon | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Avenue de l'Independence , Beirut, is near Jeita Grotto, Temples of Baalbek, National Museum of Beirut, and Beit Eddine.
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    Travel Blogs from Beirut

    Revolution, a piece for the Kuwait Writing Club

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Nov 02, 2013

    ... out and might get arrested. For good reason. Some burn outs can cause fire... The tyres could catch alight if you spin the wheels in one spot too long, even the engine can blow up from overheating or overwork. This will destroy your chances of producing more revolutions to ultimately achieve progress.

    Second, check the road surface. If it is gravel or wet, the wheels may revolve again without causing progress.

    Applied to society, ...

    The one where we were girls

    A travel blog entry by emilywright on Aug 31, 2012

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    ... meal. It was a good reward though and it was nice to be back in downtown. After wards we went to move Isabel into her new apartment in Furn Al'shback which is 10 minutes drive away from saifi, and will be where I move in with her in a few weeks. It turned out to be a super cool area because it felt authentically middle eastern and like a city, without being intimidating or dangerous. We moved her in with her international housemates and even met a brit in the elevator up. ...

    3 days in Lebanon

    A travel blog entry by _momad_ on May 30, 2011

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    ... cuisine then made our way back to beirut on another cheap and easy local bus, where the bus driver had a water fight with another bus. We went out that night to a club full of young lebanese and tourists alike. I enjoyed trying to haggle taxis drive through french.
    The next morning we got up and packed sadly we made our way to the airport once again passing iconic mosques, trendy shops and impassive soldiers.
    Our time in lebanon had been good but it was over. time to go to Nepal!
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    From Cairo to Beirut

    A travel blog entry by camelsandtacos on Feb 22, 2011

    ... A Guide to Beirut. The books opens with the chapter My City
    "A guide book is funny in many ways. Funny because you start writing
    its introduction only when you're about to finish its content." Along
    with the discussion that Beirut is a ...

    Final thoughts from the Lebanon

    A travel blog entry by nickfear on Aug 30, 2010

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    ... to go and meet me and check my visit was going well.

    Chateau Musar produce 3 levels of wine, each in Red and in White. The most famous and best is Chateau Musar Red, a blend of Cinsault, Carignan and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. Its always at least 8 years old. I tasted the 1999 and it was wonderful. At Chateau Musar they are interested in quality rather than quantity. They produce approx 500K bottles per year, whereas Chateau Ksara which I visited ...