Tamar Rotana Hotel
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Back to Chateau Ksara ,
Lebanon's largest winery operating since 1857. This year we skipped the
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... bar. I got a glass of wine and Ana got popcorn. Next
up was Plato's Academy also staring the same actor from the previous
film. We didn't have an opportunity to see the other four films but we
figured he might be in those as well. Stay tuned for the drive up ...