Royal Garden Hotel

Salha 478, Emile Edde' Street, PO Box 15, Beirut, 5873, Lebanon
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Forum Posts

how to get to harissa?

by obtolentino

hi... i'll be in beirut next week and i plan to go to harissa from beirut? is it possible to get there by public transport? can anyone share how to do it and how much it would cost... i'll be staying in a hotel near charles helou terminal... thanks in advance...

happy trip...

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Re: how to get to harissa?

by mitata

If you want to go to Harissa, you should also go to Jeito Grotto which I believe is the most beaitiful cave in the world.

I rented a jeep with driver and paid 60$ for 7 hours. He took me to Jeito Grotto and Harissa and take me back to city centre.

Re: how to get to harissa?

by Ronza

There is definitely a bus which will take you to Jounieh area. From there you can reach Harissa by cable car and you should try this coz you will enjoy the most beautiful view.
And as mitata told you, Jeita Grotto is not to miss.
Enjoy your stay and if you need anything you can send me an e-mail

Re: how to get to harissa?

by obtolentino

hi ronza and mitata... thanks for the reply and tip. highly appreciated... =)

Travel Tips for Beirut

Legs in Love

by themagiclake

Those feet that walked thousands miles together, they stop, time to time, to take a rest, hugging...and loving, because they can't live far from each other... hands in this picture are busy to in holding cappuccino mug's and eyes are busy in glazing, eh... and legs they hug, feet they touch, under the table... we can't stay without a physical touch, our feet they say: there is no second no matter how they look like up there those two...without being in touch, so people, don't think those two here they leave each other, because here we are under the table, the prove... living prove!

Everyone should see the Pigeon...

by maykal

Everyone should see the Pigeon Rocks from the corniche(the road to see and be seen on). In fact, walking along the whole corniche is a good way to spend a day, from St George's Hotel (or the remains of..) to the beach at Raouche. Actually, this part of Beirut reminded me of a classier version of Bournemouth (UK)! In the evening all the glamorous people parade and jog up and down here, so I fitted in very well with my flip-flops and very-worn trousers! Sitting in the sun getting sunburnt in March, and thinking about how cold it must have been back in Britain!

A Lone Boat...

by coceng

Looking over to The Mediterranean Sea along The Corniche.
Seeing this lone boat ricking in the sea...with nobody in it !
Wondered where the owner had been gone to ?
Well in a way I felt like the boat, feeling alone in The Middle East (although I knew a few people) with a small budget, my itineraries to get me going.
How long did my money lasted for this trip ?
The answer is you just have to trace my itineraries from Beirut to Cairo !

Lebanese Food: Man'ouche

by miso80

Zaatar (Thyme & sesame seeds), Gibnee (Cheese - Halloumi or Mozarella), Vegetables or a mix...The manouche, mankouche or manqouche is the Lebanese pizza!!

The dough is made up of flour, yeast, sugar..and it can be topped with:
- thym, sesame seeds and olive oil
- Cheese (according to choice)
- Cocktail (which is usually a mix of cheese & zaatar (half of the rounded piece of dough has cheese, the other has zaatar, when it is folded in half, you get a taste of both!
- Vegetables (this is less common)
- Kishek ( a form of dried yoghurt that is mixed with onions and other ingredients) ..i know it sounds weird, but some people simply LOVE it..and there are others who don't..so ;)
- meat (but this has a different name..it is called lahm bi ajeen = meat and bread.

Although the ingredients are quite simple..believe me the taste is delicious!! I have so many non-lebanese friends who have fallen in love with it, that they've tried to find bakeries in their countries that make it..and others who've tried to make it at home. BUT..believe me, if you're in lebanon, try it..and you're realise, not everyone can make it the same way ;)

See my Restaurant tip on Faysal's and Pizza Hiba

I've listed a website below that has recipes for manoushes and pictures of different manoushes so you can have a clearer idea of what it is, and how its made!

Bsharreh region

by peaceness98

Catch the famous Cedar trees that adorn Lebanons flags AKA Cedars of the Lord in the Bsharreh Region (North Lebanon)

The Cedar forest in Bsharreh contains about 375 trees, some up to 2000 years old. They stand on slopes 6000 ft high in the shadow of the 10000 ft peak of Qernet Es-sawda (the highest in Lebanon).

Solomons temple was built from these trees, and Pharoes built their sunships, while the greek used its wood for their temples.

"The rightoues grow like a cedar in Lebanon" -The Bible, Psalm 92:12

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