Tourists tour the southern city of Sidon, June 3, 2019. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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As the holiday marking the final day of Ramadan approached, Lebanese families in Sidon discussed plans for how to celebrate Eid with friends and family. Selecting traditional sweets for the Eid celebrations in the old souks of Sidon, Sanaa al-Nacouzi told The Daily Star that she and her family would pay a visit to her grandmother's home, before going around to the rest of her family, who are scattered across the country. Back in Lebanon, he planned to celebrate Eid with his family by visiting Sidon's newly installed water park, where four civil jets and two military helicopters have been submerged into the sea at depths of 30 to 32 meters to form the largest reef in the Mediterranean basin.However, the taste for travel during the holiday period is not limited to Lebanese nationals.
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