Beach Hotel

Address: Dkhila Tourist Zone, Monastir, 5000, Tunisia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Dkhila Tourist Zone, Monastir.
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Travel Blogs from Monastir

Mahdia, Tunisia Fact Sheet

A travel blog entry by fais4 on Jan 11, 2015

... Couscous - most famous dish served with meat or fish and tomato sauce, Grilled Fish - a wide variety of seafood in Tunisia
Traditional Dress Descriptions: A Jebba for men (a sleeveless tunic worn over a shirt) or trousers and a shirt for simple days, A Sefsari for women (a white veil covering head) with a blouse and flowy pants
Famous Sites of Country: El Djem ...

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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... ve not had bad service, it's just that the reaturant is self-service, with guests helping themselves from the buffet and waiters relegated to clearing away. It can't give them much job satisfaction, just clearing away dirty dishes, no opportunity to tell people about what is on the menu and what they'd recommend.

Occasionally there is a florusih of activity, helping people to carry ...

Bye bye Bourguiba

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 11, 2012

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... Aghlabid period, and on the south side during the Fatimid era. Following works during the time of the Hafsids the surface area of the fortress expanded to 4,200 sq m.

Many consolidations as well as several polygonal and circular towers were added between the 11th and 13th centuries then the 17th and 19th centuries in order to accommodate artillery pieces.

In the past the ...

Rock the Kasbah

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 10, 2012

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... in 1951, the museum 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 ...