Suite Hotel Chrome

Address: St Georges Square Street, Beirut, Lebanon | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on St Georges Square Street, Beirut, is near Hamra Street, National Museum of Beirut, and Verdun.
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          When comic-book actions are fun indeed

          A travel blog entry by cariverga on Nov 14, 2013

          5 photos

          ... 1085;алог 86;м на экзот 80;ку).

          Сказа 74; это, можно споко 81;но начин 72;ть иссле 76;овани& #1077; город ...

          The one where I was busy

          A travel blog entry by emilywright on Aug 24, 2012

          ... that class last week and had found it really difficult but by mostly copying others I managed. It was a media text translation class and the worst part was when they just had open discussion about the Syrian conflict in Arabic because I didn't know any political or conflict vocab, and also couldn't formulate an opinion on the matter as well as they could. This was another example of frustrating politics students only caring about the ME and Arabic for its political controversies ...

          (1) Beirut Today

          A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 10, 2011

          2 comments, 18 photos

          ... times – very complex indeed!

          The only thing that commands respect in traffic, is – funny enough – the army and the police. Whenever they wish to enter a traffic stream, everybody rolls over each other to let them in, to make way. At the many road blocks they are treated with the utmost respect, no Lebanese would ever dream of driving on without having received the almost imperceptible nod, or slight movement of the ...


          A travel blog entry by hodizzle on Oct 10, 2011

          ... Moe's story was ******** and how much of it real and did it matter one way or another? We had been entertained and neither of us felt the need to hire a fact checker. The driver began singing to himself. He stopped and looked back at us. "I love the music," he said. "All day when I am driving and have no customer I sing."

          "What music do you like?"

          "Oh," he paused in thought. "I like Abba." He sang for ...


          A travel blog entry by kimgatenby on Apr 08, 2011

          After my fırst nıght ın Syrıa I awoke ready to leave agaın. Not because ı dıdn't lıke Syrıa, ıt was because ıt was a perfect day to take a sıde trıp to Lebanon!

          Only 5 of us opted to go as ıt was a rather expensıve excursıon, but ı defınıtely thınk ıt was worth every cent. We fırst headed north to ...