Les Berges du Lac
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... he could go back for pix, (Wo)Man joining him. That meant two were happy and fourteen unhappy; not good thinking, Noubi. Anyone can leave at any time and do their own thing.
The Mosque of Ahmed Bey was under renovation as we passed near it. As Noubi motored on in front, we lost Omar. That necessitated backtracking, in vain. I said to Noubi it was not a great concern since he spoke not only French but also Arabic. It was ironic that Robert was complaining we ...
... passed it and then I asked Tony if it was okay if I had a haircut. He became the photographer.
The barber was an older chap. He fussed about, haircuts for foreigners of any stripe probably few and far between [if at all]. Lots came off and I felt much better for it 200 AD. My book title is complete, even if in all likelihood not a Berber barber.
We meandered around. Food markets are always good. Must get some olives in Tunisia, dates too.
... Roman writing: VICTORIVS PACI VI - XITANNIS XXVRO - XIIIK ALENDAS MAIAS. Narcissus rode a horse. Lobsters. Shrimp. Mallard ducks. A flamingo caught an eel. Two lions with crazy eyes and hair stood under a parasol pine, shaped like a mushroom.
- - "ex ungue leonem" (by its claw, a lion is recognized)
- - And finally, there was a mosaic of a donkey.
- - Who was that man with the donkey? It could only be ...
... the Modern ...
... open up the back of the checkin stand to look at the printer and still nothing would happen. Finally, after a bunch of arm waving a young man came over and fixed one of the computers so the line became one long merge. Then the computer in front of the original line I was in was fixed and we were in business.
I finally got my boarding pass, zipped through security (overseas they have these special lines you can go through for business class … total security ...
... Mosque of Olive is the oldest Mosque in Tunis. It covers 1.2 acres with 9 entrances. It has 160 authentic columns brought originally from he ruins of the old city of Carthage. It is also a Muslim University.
Dinar is the currency of Tunisia. But merchants are more than happy to receive and exchange with your American Credit Card, American Euro, American Sterling...any money that Americans are carrying are welcome in Tunis. The guide took us to his store and ...