By Noura Saad | Hay Khabriyeh!
This past Saturday I was privileged to visit Baabda Presidential Palace as a tourist. It has recently opened for the public, and the LAU SINARC group I was going with was one of the first visitors there.
Entrance to the palace is free for all, it just requires filling the required forms and taking an appointment. Of course, knowing someone that knows someone that is a relative of someone working there is always helpful.
Lebanese flags and army officers greeted us all the way leading to the palace. When we first got to the parking lot, patriotic songs by Sabah, Mjida el Roumi, Julia Boutros and others filled the air. Surrounded by this thrilling mood, I couldn’t help but forget all the political turmoil going on in the region and feel the pride to call Lebanon my country. Continue reading