Les Berges du Lac

Address: Rue Du Lac De Turckham, Tunis, 1080, Tunisia | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Rue Du Lac De Turckham, Tunis, is near Djerba Explore, Carthaginian Ruins, Guellala Museum, and Djerba Golf Club.
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      Day 51 - Tunis Tunisia North Africa

      A travel blog entry by ttdaniel on Oct 08, 2014

      ... back to the comfortable air conditioned bus. There were many items I wanted to buy at the street markets but it seemed like to much hassle to declare them with only 50% chance of getting items back into Australia. We concluded the tour with more touring and and then finally back to the ship. Today was extraordinary and we thoroughly enjoyed the tour. We were exhausted but hurried to shower, get dressed and joined Vivian and Rensia for dinner.
      At ...


      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 18, 2014

      7 photos

      ... Thankfully Tony was waiting outside a bit earlier than the planned 0840 rendezvous or I would have walked way past the hotel, oblivious also the Arab-Tunisian Bank landmark on my right.

      My room was not ready so just threw the big bag in Tony's room. He was yapping away, giving me information about where locally to change money, a local grocery place and where to have a coffee.

      We waited outside. 'Ezz' showed up at 0850 and we were off. He took a ...

      Falling for Tunis

      A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 05, 2013

      14 photos

      ... however, the sultan of the minarets in the Medina was the superb minaret on the Al-Zaytouna (Great) Mosque. Zaytouna means “olive tree” and it was on the spot of the present mosque under the olive trees where its founder, Hassan ibn Nooman, gave Islamic lessons.

      The original mosque was built in the 8th century and has undergone various iterations. The minaret dates to the 19th century. As with mosques in Morocco, non-Muslims were not permitted ...

      Between Sky and Sea

      A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld on Jun 27, 2013

      13 photos

      ... two doors. The big doors they open for special occasion such as a wedding or a death of a family member. The second door is a small door and it’s what they use everyday to receive guests and just your usual going the door situations. The door opens to a wall. Our American doors usually open to an open space such a living room or in the newer homes dining area or receiving area. Their door opens to a wall to give the family privacy.

      We traveled to the city of ...

      Get Us Outta Here

      A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Jan 08, 2013

      5 comments, 18 photos

      When we set out on this trip oh so many months ago we had promised ourselves that we would keep the pace flexible- if we liked a place we would stay a little longer (as 3 sojourns into Australia might suggest), and if we didn't like a place, we would move on guilt-free. For the most part we've been able to get it right- there's a couple of places I wished we had spent more time in but outside of keeping South Korea short to get to Japan (school holidays and ...