Japanese 3. Hello guys, I love that you loved your stay. They do excellent coffee, especially Lebanese coffee infused with Cardamon. Internet access : While the internet is famously slow in Lebanon, you will be able to do things like email and even stream Netflix.
Kids seating on parents lap, luggages were overflowed to inside shuttle. This is not going to be a luxury experience, but it's one of the best and cleanest hostel-style accommodations you're ever likely to find. If you think you'll be needing a lot of bandwidth then you might like to bring a portable WiFi device with you.
It's not all about the food here, although a lot of it is! The Corniche is a 4. What happens in the gay hammams of Beirut stays in the hammams! Also, absolutely no same-sex contact is allowed in the gay clubs of Beirut. Their most famous cake varieties are the pomegranate tart and various chocolate cake varieties.
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During our visit, Grindr and Scruff worked ok and were invaluable tools for connecting with the local gay community. They also have some of the best food we've tried in Beirut, especially the kebbeh pumpkin. The staff at Talal Hotel are very helpful and accommodating, especially the lovely owner Mr Zahir.
It includes a large day room where you can sit, talk, drink and smoke shisha. We recommend you always take out travel insurance before your next vacation.