Tamar Rotana Hotel
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... nine-minute journey by a cable car, known as the "Téléférique". It attracts both pilgrims and tourists who want to enjoy views of the bay of Jounieh.
The pilgrimage site is a huge 15-ton bronze (and painted white) statue of Virgin Mary, known as Our Lady of Lebanon. ...
... through what was then known as the Franks. Ultimately, of course, the Arab Muslim forces were victorious, and what is now Lebanon was brought under Saladin’s empire, followed by Mameluk and then 400 years of Ottoman reign. From this time stem the many examples from exquisitely executed Islamic architecture, whether mosques, madrasses, hammans or other buildings, in many of the coastal towns and beyond.
Ottoman rule ...
... 305;te grumpy. As ıt was still mıd afternoon thought I'd head to the temple of Echmoun whıch were some random ruıns.I orıgınally thought about walkıng but I,m glad I dıdn't. It just had really rubbısh dırectıons ın the lonely planet and was uphıll. Dıd walk back to the hıghway wıth lıttle help from Ovı maps and I flagged a taxı headıng towards beruıt.
... we were
three Americans and a Brit. One of the officers took our passports and
said "Hezbollah, too dangerous" and made us turn the car around. We
were handed back our documents after a successful 180 and ...
... The Stone of the Pregnant and is meant to be the biggest stone in the world at 1200 tonne. It is said if a female touches it she will become pregnant. Maureen doesn’t believe in this type of nonsense so she walked straight up to it and leant on it (and luckily for us at this point in time, she is still not pregnant). Baalbek is known as the sun city of the ancient world and is the most impressive ruins in Lebanon and arguably the ...