Carlton Hotel Tunis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... was founded by the Arabs who established their first base there when they arrived from the east in in 670 AD. The city flourished in the 9th century under the Aghlabids, an Arab Muslim dynasty that ruled Ifriqiyah (Tunisia and eastern Algeria) and became Maghreb's (an area once comprising the present day countries of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Libya) capital, principle holy city and an important centre for Sunni Islamic and Quranic learning. ...
... strawberry juice was a taste explosion!
At breakfast, Alan struck up an amiable conversation with Amr, an Egyptian doctor who like many of the guests was part of a medical conference being held at hotel. Amr was passionate about his home country and was very concerned about the political turmoil his country was enduring. A charming man, he was fascinating to talk with and he and his colleague (whose name we did not know) were friendly ...
... to ask Cora if she got the guy's number; wouldn't do it. Ditto request of John; wouldn't do it. Told them I'd ask her later and she would laugh about the remark. Returning to the bus, thought some duct tape would be necessary to shut up Wo(Man), earning more unease from Jane.
Off to the Temple of the Waters on the outskirts of Zaghouan. It is a natura spring at the foot of Mt Zaghouan. The Romans built an aqueduct to take water to Carthage, an astonishing 132k away. ...
... certainly was lots of garbage to pick over. I saw a plate of what appeared to be macaroni left for cats to eat. One cat even had water in the bottom bit of a 1.5l water bottle.
The Tunis medina was not as enjoyable as that in Sousse since we did them back to back. We did not need a sit down large meal, contrasting the small hole in the wall spot in Sousse yesterday.
We were on Rue El Jazira, heading west toward the Bab Bahr. We had an espresso at Cafe Ben ...
... eating natural foods. Hanging out with 20 odd year old Couch Surfers no doubt also keeps him young. He took me to a food market in the city medina and we went for some tasty fish before meeting up with a French guy and going for a beer at the Jamaica bar, a 'foreigners' bar with a grand view of the city from its 10th floor. After meeting some of the other Couch Surfers from the trip in the evening, it was time to head back and sleep before flying back home the next morning. It ...