Nouveau Hotel Du liban

Damascus Road, Monot Street , Beirut, Lebanon | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beirut


A travel blog entry by emilywright


... with making a salad and even though I told her you wouldnt have salad with a toad in the hole which was what we (I) decided to make, that was all she would contribute. I made toad in the hole with chicken sausages and potatoes and peas and carrots and a gravy out of stock cubes. The Germans made fun of it til they tried it and they liked it. It turned out mounim was vegetarian which was annoying but he just had potatoes. They had also already eaten, so I didn't ...

Beirut, habiba (my love)

A travel blog entry by ragowski


Smack bang in the middle of an area dominated by Muslim culture you would not expect to find the partying hard, eating like it has worms, smoking like a chimney, never sleeping, always drinking city of Beirut. I have spent 4 days here now. A typical day consists of walking until you get lost in this unique combination of wealth and poverty, having a delicious falafel sandwich ($2) and even more delicious chicken sherwarma ($3), walking ...


A travel blog entry by hodizzle

... I was out with other women. She was so jealous. I couldn't have any friends or it would send her into a rage. Man or woman it didn't matter. If I made some friends, even just other men, she would accuse me of going with them to pick up other women. I had to stop talking with other people. It was miserable. Nobody can live like that. It's not a life. I had to leave. She wasn't going to get any better. Just worse." ...

Dinner in Beirut

A travel blog entry by wareameye


... hotel, our local host, Amine, moves me to tears as he talks about how he is such good friends with a gay couple in Israel, and how he doesn't see borders or religious differences at all in people. He speaks 10 languages and plays the piano. He is also an avid film lover and has a wide collection of film scores. Last night as we were driving home from the restaurant I happened to ...

Gemeyze and B-018

A travel blog entry by aubreycox


... 018 was full. The D.J. was good, and the drinks weren't too expensive. Around 3:30, everything started to get going. The club, which is located under a parking lot in a "bomb shelter" type of venue suddenly turned into an open air club. The roof of the club had retracted and we were partying under the stars. John and I left around 4:30 and took a taxi back to our apartment. Needless to say, Sunday was a very unproductive ...


This hotel, located on Damascus Road, Monot Street , Beirut, is near Jeita Grotto, Temples of Baalbek, Beit Eddine, and Solidere.
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