The Private Hotel

Address: Salah Labaki Street, Beirut, 7408, Lebanon | Hotel
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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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Travel Blogs from Beirut

When comic-book actions are fun indeed

A travel blog entry by cariverga on Nov 14, 2013

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... 10 85;е-ночн ая жизнь.

I love this bar
It's my kind of place
Just walkin' through the front door
Puts a big smile on my face
No cover charge, come as you are
Hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm I love this bar


Загля 85;ув на неско 83;ько ...

The one where we were girls

A travel blog entry by emilywright on Aug 31, 2012


Some of our Lebanese friends have a roof top terrace in the Armenian quarter where we like to go in the evenings to dance and look at the view. Its an amazing site where you can see the sea and the mountains and the the entire cityscape in which there are always fireworks going off because of all the weddings going on. Lebanese weddings are the middle east equivalent of our gypsy weddings, the fireworks may actually be the camera flash reflecting off all the sparkles on their ...

Lebanon Trip Recap

A travel blog entry by koppers on Nov 03, 2011

... Beirut for Friday night. Before we made the drive back to the capital city, we wanted to explore the city of Tyre in the very south of the country.

Much of Tyre is also a UNESCO World Heritage site, boasting ruins that date back to the third millennium BC as well. The Phonecians, Egyptians, Romans, Greeks, Arabs, Byzantines, Ottomans, and more have all made their mark on the city, leaving behind a number of ruins that are still ...

Love affair with everywhere--BEIRUT

A travel blog entry by lifeasanomad on Oct 03, 2011

2 comments, 32 photos

... just up the road.

after our morning meeting and before heading off to the airport the next day, Mr. A stopped at pigeons rock, a must see and popular stop for tourists and locals. if you are there long enough, you can take a boat ride and some people even climb up to jump is said to be the largest solid rock formations in the world. was a beautiful sight, but more impressive, was the clarity and color of the water that surrounds ...

A Land of Contrasts

A travel blog entry by dan-levitan on Feb 28, 2011

20 photos

... and seemed to over-glorify the violence of war like a Hollywood movie without displaying its more gruesome aspects.

After another day back in Saida we headed further south to the city of Tyre. The city had a lovely beach and one of the largest, best preserved Roman Hippodromes for chariot races, I have seen. I was also able to visit the impressive Roman ruins at Baalbek which is one of the premier ancient historical sites in the Middle East.

On ...

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