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There is something gratifying about being able to hear what your friend is saying across the table in a bar. Such is the charm of Jbeil nightlife. Like most traders in Jbeil, Sakr sees the best returns in the summer months when tourism is booming, but he believes Jbeil also has a lot to offer in the colder season, describing it as "very nice during the winter".Seated outside the bar was Samar, aged 26 . She told The Daily Star how much Jbeil's nightlife has changed over the years. Comparing Jbeil as second to Beirut, he described the city as a "beautiful place" that is fast becoming a tourism hub.
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