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... euro glass of good red wine in a plastic cup.We did the usual wandering through the Louvre, D'orsay, and all over the place. A highlight was an afternoon with an old Parisian friend Marc Gammar. We got to see the outer less bourgeois arrondissements (11,19,20), eat kunefe in a Turkish restaurant and crepes and cider in a Breton cafe. Tunis began with our airbnb stay in the bowels of the medina - the old ...
... with my poor sleep last night.
Took a right at Nabeul at 1330. We would be appreciating the scenery and Ezz would pop up with a question, be it our jobs, whether we liked the site, etc. He was excited at first when he found out I was a lawyer but depressed when I told him I knew nada about immigration law.
Curious to see several houses with dolphins as roof ornaments. I presume there are dolphins off the coast but most of these ornaments were ...
... incident somewhere and the guys monitoring the museum are having a great laugh … I just hope they don't post it to YouTube.)
Anyway, after my religious experience, we wandered around and up another set of stairs past still more beautiful mosaics and finally finishing the tour about 2 ½ hours later. The museum was simply beautiful and the additional statutes and art objects from the Roman period really enhanced the museum.
We left the Bardo Museum ...
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... wing is threatening to reverse a ******** revolution for democracy– about 300 Tunisians died in the two months of rioting that started on the anniversary of the street vendor's death with sporadic flareups while we were there. The country is lurching away from its democratic inclinations to an Egypt-like situation, where a Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated government is flexing its muscles.
After another blatantly obvious taxi cab ...