Wiener Haus

Lyon Street Hamra, Beirut, Lebanon | Hotel
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Fun Evening

A travel blog entry by alaeddin


So I had a dull day to start but then at 5 pm I met with my cousin's girlfriend Razan. I have met Razan only over Skype before and I thought she was great but she is even better in person. She came up with some ideas of some thing to do before Iftar. We first went to Hamra Street which is the Georgetown Area in DC. So many shops, restaurants and boutiques. A very fun walk that would ...


A travel blog entry by hodizzle

... the schools. We emerged from the narrow passage into a rare piece of open, sunny land. The remnants of a playground baked in the afternoon sun. It had not survived the war and was not affiliated with any of the schools. The playground just lingered, broken and unused. We looked back at the little portal between building walls, barely a shoulder's width. A billboard of Saddam Hussein was posted high above.


The Heart of Beirut!

A travel blog entry by mikemaya


... s seat of government, and plays a central role in the Lebanese economy with its city centre, Hamra, Verdun, and Ashrafieh-based corporate firms and banks. The city is the focal point of the region's cultural life, renowned for its press, theatres, cultural activities, ...

Balbaak, Zehle and more!

A travel blog entry by chris_lebanon


... t go out. My eyes were literally closing and I couldn't stop them no matter how much I tried. I slept like a baby.

In the morning, I had breakfast with auntie Nounou and uncle Paul. Aunte Nounou had put out quite a spread yet again. I had some halawa with traditional arabic bread and some fresh manauchi (sp?). It was awesome. Shortly after breakfast, Patrick and Johanna picked me up and we were off to Balbaak region to visit ...

Just Visiting a 7,000 Year Old Place

A travel blog entry by trent


... ourselves :), we made the drive into Qadisha Valley with its lovely mountains and deep gorges. Apparently, qadisha means "holy" and this valley was named so because its deep gorges have provided cover for persecuted religious groups for centuries. Basically we just drove around and up and down the mountain-side stopping for photos and fun. We eventually came to the mountain village of Bcharre, ...


This hotel, located on Lyon Street Hamra, Beirut, is near Our Lady of Harissa, Hamra Street, National Museum of Beirut, and West Beirut, Hamra Area.
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