Carlton Hotel Tunis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and Spanish tourists is not a quiet experience. We have dinner each evening with Alex and Julie a Ukrainian/American couple. They are very nice and interesting to listen to and share experiences. They live on Staaten Island and both work in the medical field. They take all the excursions going and spend time in the Casino so we only tend to meet at dinner time. Our dining time is the ...
... and I had missed two days ago. The office of the prime minister was another user of barbed wire, the nearby Mosque of the Kasbah bereft of this added adornment.
Noubi pointed out the similarity between the Tunisian and Turkish flags. That of the latter has the star outside the crescent [not the only difference actually].
After we left Government Square, an Aussie sounder chap--tonight known to be Robert--carped why we did not cross into the square. ...
... with reception that check out is noon.
A bit of drizzle as Tony and I went walkabout. Shops were opening, items being organized for sidewalk vendors. If you could make eye contact, you could usually exchange pleasantries.
Some were more than happy to try to engage you in English, at times my fractured French being the better mode of discourse. Did not take alot of photographs due to the iffy weather conditions.
Up an alley, I saw a ...
... that as we were driving, the smell of burning wood was in the air everywhere. As if on cue, Hassan advised me that the smoke in the air was from the locals burning olive wood and turning in to charcoal to sell for the Big Feast. Geez … the build up to this event was actually Christmas like.
Anyway, with that explanation, I settled in for the long ride back to the hotel. I needed to get some sleep as we were off at 7:00 a.m. to the Muslim world's third holiest city: Kairouan.
... tourist’ walk around the pretty town. This town is so gorgeous, white buildings with blue windows which looked so cool and with a nice blue sky and white clouds it looked super cool. It’s rather touristy but its gorgeous. The shop keepers aren’t pushy and it was nice walking around checking out the pretty houses, windows and sea views. We loved the beautiful pottery here, oh we have too much to lug around.
We had ...