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Falling for Tunis

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92


... they brought out lemon sorbet with grapes and pomegranate seeds dotting the top of the sorbet. A first rate lunch!

Now it was time to visit Carthage. Carthage was built on Bursa Hill overlooking the Mediterranean. Carthage was founded by the Phoenicians (who were from Lebanon, which I did NOT get to visit) in 814 BC. The Romans ultimately defeated the Carthagenians in the second century BC. The Romans raized Carthage after its defeat, but rebuilt it in 44 BC. At ...

A half day in Tunis

A travel blog entry by bandmeurope2013


... keeping, and no immigration process to leave the country.
Given that we have already been annoyed by the persistence of the touts in Paris, Venice and Rome, we deliberately picked a tour that avoided the main 'shopping' area-plus we didn't really need any spices or random artifacts! So we ended up having a look at the ancient port of Carthage (mostly just a suburb, but still the remains of ...

Get Us Outta Here

A travel blog entry by tdv95

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... We were going to London after Tunisia anyway and after a quick internet scan there was a flight leaving for London in 10 hours, so in just a couple of key strokes we had our exit tickets. This was the first time we had bailed out of a country earlier than planned so I was a little concerned that we'd regret a rash decision but after a cab driver, arranged for by the hotel at a fixed price, tried to triple the rate as we drove to the airport (I quickly ...

The Gypsy Kid and a Balkan Mess

A travel blog entry by stanfalk


... work. And we're all cracking up and chucking money at him left and right. Plus, his english was excellent for any kid his age especially one who learned everything he knows from hustling on the streets. The Danish guy in the group didn't have any small money so he tips him the equivalent of about $6. I'm thinking that was a little over generous, but what the hell, it wasn't my money and its not like the kid wasn't keeping us entertained. Later this ...

Without new experiences, something inside sleeps

A travel blog entry by sorbus


... Compared to Morocco where you are either rich or poor, and most are poor; Tunisia seems more even handed. Buildings are all painted blue and white which is both pretty and restful.

Meandered down the coast after spending time in Tunis. Second day found a road that the map doesn't even show leading to a beach along a long and lonely unpaved road. This place, we thought, we will have to ourselves. We suddenly arrived in a sandy opening, a “car ...


This hotel, located in Tunis, is near Medina of Hammamet, Hammamet Beach, Medina of Tunis, and Kasbah of Hammamet.
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