Victory Byblos Hotel & Spa
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I picked up some lebanese dancing skills and made some new lebanese friends :)
All in all the event was wonderful and I'm so glad we were able to experience it! Now that the wedding is over, it's time to pack up our suitcases and head back home. I don't regret anything from this trip and would highly recommend anyone to come to Lebanon. I know I'd love to return!
I've even picked up some arabic ;)
Most of us ...
... of gratitude and excitement about being overseas and seeing new things. This tour woke me up again, especially being thrust into this cave and having to walk through it realising just how small I am and how stunning, effortlessly and unintentionally, nature is.
We also visited the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world, Byblos. The place deserves a second visit. It is so beautifully ancient. There are old ...
... were polite and waved at all
the hunters and soldiers.
I've mentioned before there is a mess of political organizations
throughout Lebanon, politely put, a little something ...
... to MusicHall to meet up with my cousins who were already there.
MusicHall is kind of a cross between a live concert and a club. Yara and I headed in and sat in our reserved seating with the rest of the group. We had bottle service while we enjoyed the show. I got some really priceless photos of everyone having an absolute blast! Man...this was a fun night.
Around 3AM we all ...
... almost 100% intact.
Originally Phoenician, Baalbek became known as Heliopolis during Alexander the Great's conquests, and in 64BC Pompey made it a part of the Roman Empire. Under Ceasar, Baalbek was consider the most important city in Roman Syria. Various temples within the ruins are dedicated to Baal, Bacchus, Jupiter.
The temple to Jupiter is thought to have taken nearly 120 years to build and many of the building blocks are some ...