Faraya Village Club

Address: Main Road, Faraya, Kfardebian, Lebanon | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Main Road, Faraya, Kfardebian, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Kfardebian

    Harissa - Our Lady of Lebanon

    A travel blog entry by papadisu on Jun 24, 2013

    13 photos

    ... nine-minute journey by a cable car, known as the "Téléférique". It attracts both pilgrims and tourists who want to enjoy views of the bay of Jounieh.
    The pilgrimage site is a huge 15-ton bronze (and painted white) statue of Virgin Mary, known as Our Lady of Lebanon. ...

    (4) The Mountains and The Valley

    A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 12, 2011

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... already wrote on a stele at the Narh al-Kalb in around 1500 BC that he now had unlimited access to supplies of cedars.

    From The Cedars, it is not much further to the pass that leads to the Bekaa valley, a desolate road across the mountains, that, however, from the top, at what, 2000 meters or so, provides great views.

    An equally attractive crossing is further south, from the village of Achkout. This is where part of ...

    (3) To Tripoli

    A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 11, 2011

    30 photos

    ... traditional, and a little run-down. But at the same time the old town is a wonderful maze of small alleys and streets, one big shopping centre, but then in the form of a traditional souk. People are selling from hole-in-the-wall’s, tiny little rooms under the vaults of the covered bazaar, or from an old caravanserai. They are selling everything, from food and clothes – like the shop full of black burkas! - ...

    Beirut to Zgharta

    A travel blog entry by aubreycox on Apr 29, 2011

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... and even can express our needs/wants/thoughts on occasion. The Arabic will be forced into us, which is an incredibly wonderful thing.

    A not-so-wonderful thing, about the area is the conflict. Despite Tripoli being a predominately Muslim city surrounded by Christian villages, that is not the main point of conflict. In the Beb el Tibbeneh region, exactly where the Foundation's Center for Working Children is located, there is almost a constant battle between two ...


    A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Dec 13, 2010

    3 photos

    ... for the week and set about finding a place to sleep.

    I felt alienated in Beirut. It had something to do with the fact that I didn't really fit in. My shoes weren't shiny enough, my shaggy hair didn't have any gel, and I couldn't fit into my leather Armani jacket (too many shawermas in Damascus). In contrast Tripoli was quick to welcome me with open arms. I located an internet cafe, and greeted the man behind the desk, who took my hand ...