Wiener Haus

Lyon Street Hamra, Beirut, Lebanon | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Lyon Street Hamra, Beirut, is near Our Lady of Harissa, Hamra Street, National Museum of Beirut, and Al-Omari Mosque.
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Travel Blogs from Beirut

You've come from the other side

A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Aug 07, 2013

1 comment, 20 photos

... to me. It's OK. I'm not Syrian. The restriction only applies to Syrians. Sighs of relief are heaved. Getting too old for all this. Passport returned.

Considering we're in the EU am expecting the full liquids in a bag rigmarole. But. No. Rucksack full of electronics and liquids pass through no problem and meet them the other side of X-ray. As I'm collecting my belongings hear the security interrogating the person next to me saying she has a wine ...

Getting High, Up.

A travel blog entry by alaeddin on Aug 09, 2012

96 photos

... quality brands at a decent price. Still here the environment is so appealing and well designed. To sum up it was wonderful. It was a lot of fun I bought a hat and sunglasses at the souks and ate at an American diner that was sub-par but still not too bad Razan really likes it so I wanted to try. I liked it but not what I expected I guess. Anyway enjoy the pictures and I am off to Jordan tomorrow.

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Lebanon

A travel blog entry by hodizzle on Oct 10, 2011

... and waived their shirts like this race was the greatest moment ever, surpassing even the moment they shared the previous race.

Our taxi sped beneath a highway underpass en route to Martyr's Square. From the back window I spotted a piece of graffiti in the shade of the overhead freeway. The image depicted a Sukleen worker sweeping up spent bullet shells. Sukleen was a privately owned company hired to act ...

Lebanon - Part 1

A travel blog entry by tsimko on Jul 12, 2010

44 photos

... took place here, lately after the Israeli air strike in 2006. The city is extremely clean and pedestrian zones are very pleasant for a stroll, getting crowded in the evening when locals come to socialize. A tomb of President Hariri lies by the Martyr’s square, a venue of massive demonstration following his assassination in 2005. Hamra, another distinctive quarter looks modern and is dominated by an American university. The ...

Yellow desert to green pastures to chaotic Beirut

A travel blog entry by lauravanwaas on Mar 20, 2010

12 photos

I am not sure that I have ever before experienced so much contrast in one day. This morning we were exploring roman ruins in the middle of a large patch of yellow-brown Syrian desert, this afternoon we were climbing around a castle built by crusaders that overlooks lush green hills and pastures and this evening, we were back in honking, chaotic, modern Beirut, wondering for just a minute where the city's "mute" button was. This collection of intensely different experiences was ...

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