The Private Hotel

Salah Labaki Street, Beirut, 7408, Lebanon | Hotel
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You've come from the other side

A travel blog entry by touring-taurean


... br> Pulling camera out in this no photographs zone pointing at them and saying "Can I take a photo?" but at the same time clicking away before they say no. Determination.....opportunity.....

Find my way to the Ledra Palace crossing (as opposed to Ledra Street). No one about. I could just walk through the Turkish border unnoticed. But I'm not like that.....Find the border control having lunch. One has to stop eating to stamp me out. Ledra ...

Getting High, Up.

A travel blog entry by alaeddin


I woke up and had to deal with some administrative stuff back in the US. I was on the phone with AT&T for 30 mins they told me it was a free call but one can only hope they don't forget the "Free" mode. Whatever, that was eventually taken care of. Razan Chaar picked me up from my uncle's place. Razan is like I mention in my previous post, my cousin's girlfriend. This was my first time meeting her. Her ...


A travel blog entry by hodizzle

... Junior because of Iraq. He didn't like Obama.

The horses were off. Some ran fast. One or two just ran behind like it was a nice day in Spring. The crowd shouted and jeered. Anxiety grew among the ranks. When the first horse crossed that line five or six younger men ripped off their shirts and jumped around like it was the greatest moment ever.

A man with a missing leg came by to talk. He was ...

Beirut by tanker

A travel blog entry by raniroo


... with bullet holes and one side is definitely is a reminder of what the city has endured over the past 30 years.

Heading back towards the Corniche, we found Bay Rock Cafe overlooking Pigeon Rocks and settled in with more mezze and cold lemon and mint juice. What was on the mezze menu? White Cheese and Thyme salad and Moutabal.

Sunset was amazing over the rock formation that hugs the coast as the sun slowly dipped into the mediterraean sea.

Jeita Grotto--one of the new 7 wonders?

A travel blog entry by chris_lebanon


Hi Everyone,

It's Saturday morning here in Beirut and we are taking a little break to chill a little...phew...yesterday was a marathon!

I started early yesterday with breakfast with aunt Nounou and uncle Paul. This time, aunt Nounou seemed a little more satisfied with how much I ate! I was hungry so I ate a lot of was tasty as usual. I washed it down with some halawa and I cup of expresso.



This hotel, located on Salah Labaki Street, Beirut, is near Jeita Grotto, Temples of Baalbek, National Museum of Beirut, and Beit Eddine.
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