Abou Nawas Hammamet

Address: BP 73-Route touristique El Merezka, Hammamet, Tunisia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on BP 73-Route touristique El Merezka, Hammamet.
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Travel Blogs from Hammamet

Farewell Enfidha

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 12, 2012

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... that sells refreshing mint tea, so we are forced to quench our thirst from a can.

We're flying back to London Gatwick on a charter flight TOM 353 which is scheduled to depart at 12:05 and arrive at 15:10. Insha'Allah.

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Farewell dinner... good service and tips

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 11, 2012

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Last Supper
Tonight is our last dinner at the Marhaba Palace and so not unexpectedly we receive exceptional service this evening. It's a ritual - which sometimes descends to pantomine - we've seen acted out a few times now. Waiters rushing round guests at their last meal, presumably to ensure that they get a good tip.

So we play our part and let our waiter go through the ritual. ...

Bye bye Bourguiba

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 11, 2012

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Our final stop of the day is the costal city of Monastir, which is just over 23km south of Sousse and 33 km from Port El Kantaoui.

Monastir - from past to present
Founded on the ruins of the Punic-Roman city of Ruspina, Monastir has since evolved and developed from a fishing village into a major tourist resort - a familiar story along the Mediterranean coast.

Like a number of ...

Rock the Kasbah

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 10, 2012

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... houses an outstanding collection of mosaics providing an illustration and insight into life in Roman and Byzantine Tunisia in general and Sousse, modern day Hadrumetum in particular.

There are collections of objects and statues of the Punic, Roman, Christian and Arabe eras. Among the most ...

Yellow cab

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 02, 2012

... as we drive back to Port El Kantaoui how in the 9th century astute Phonecians thought that the site they named Hadrumetum, now modern day Sousse, would benefit from being developed as a port, to the modern day astute Tunisians who developed the site of Port El Kantaoui for ...