Byblos Palace

Byblos highway , Byblos, Lebanon | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Byblos

Byblos by night

A travel blog entry by papadisu

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Byblos is located on the Mediterranean coast of Lebanon about 42 km north of Beirut. It is believed to have been founded around 5,000 BC. We first visited in the evening and walked through the Souk (market) which is filled with shops, restaurants and bars. Later in the week we returned to walk through the ruins. ...

Up the coast

A travel blog entry by hyperfeedback

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... the hıstory of the area ın wax models but ıt dıd have a few famous (well to them) fıgures.

Jounıeh up the road hasn't got much to see apart from nıghhtclubs and churches but ıs where you get on the cable car up top to the hılltop town of Harrısa. Once there the maın landmark ıs the 'our lady of Lebanon' statue. Thınk of ıt as a much smaller versıon of Chrıst of the ...

Byblos (Maya's Hometown)+ Batroun

A travel blog entry by mikemaya

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... pre-Trojan war Phoenician historian Sanchuniathon, it was built by Cronus as the first city in Phoenicia.[1] Today it is believed by many to be the oldest continuously-inhabited city in the ...

Work and Play

A travel blog entry by aubreycox

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Since I last wrote, so much has happened. John and I have continued to explore Beirut, met with and started working for RMF, visited with RMF's founder Mrs. Moawad, gone out, visited surrounding cities, and more. I supposed I will start in chronological order to explain the notable things that we've done this week.

Friday we met with Mr. Moawad and Tamara to discuss our coming internships. They described current projects and soon to launch projects that we ...

Beirut = Nightlife, guns and soap bubbles

A travel blog entry by henniterness

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... day, I take another walk by the water front. One tourist with covered hair and stiletto boots is climbing down the cliffs in that gear! There are famlies sitting on benches atop the cliffs, enjoying a picnic complete with rice cooker right there. Watching some of the more 'traditionel/Middle Eastern' tourists be tourists, I am conflicted. On the one hand my prejudiced Western point of view, judging their behaviours such as flashing their wealth in ...

Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Byblos highway , Byblos, is near The Crusader Castle, Qadisha (Kadisha) Valley, The Cedars of God, and Umayyad Ruins of Aanjar.
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