Carlton Hotel Tunis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 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.
Encylopaedia Britannica describes the Aghlabid dynasty: "During the 9th century the brilliant Kairouan civilization evolved under their rule. The Aghlabid emirs maintained a splendid court, though at the cost of oppressive taxes; their ...
... 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 ...
... picked up a guide in the process. Eyesore was complaining sundry areas had to be used for more than what Noubi suggested. Who knows? Who cares? I suggested to Omar perhaps she is an expert on the site cuz she was there at the time. He thought she pre-dated the Roman presence.
There was a little museum within the Capitol structure. Showed Tony and John my shot of the derriere of the SS Helen. It's easy to make John gasp.
Back aboard, Jane was accepting of the lack ...
... very French with its wide design and planted palm trees.
Was mindful of any young guys together as no idea about the feel of the street in the heart of the Arab Spring. The clock tower at Place 14 Janvier 2011 marks the date former president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali resigned.
Tony was waiting for me after 0800. He's a bit slower a walker than me but still made it back in 35M. Today's stares from locals was some combination of the look, camera ...
January 14th, 2014. My arrival in Tunisia.
- - I dembarked from my ferry. I walked through La Goulette, the port of the capital city Tunis. It was made up of chalk white homes with turquoise doors and windows. The streets were wide and empty. The shops closed. The previous day, Muslims everywhere had celebrated the Prophet Mohammed's birthday. On this day, Tunisians celebrated the anniversary of their recent revolution.
- - In ...