Les Berges du Lac

Address: Rue du Lac Turkana, Tunis, 1080, Tunisia | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Rue du Lac Turkana, Tunis, is near Djerba Explore, Carthaginian Ruins, Guellala Museum, and Djerba Golf Club.
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      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 28, 2014

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      ... waited, I told Omar his Algerian nickname was PITA, short for 'pain in the ass', an explanation to follow.

      Thuburbo Majus is a pre-Punic site, founded by the Bedouins. It became a Roman colony in 128 AD. Its forum was built in 161 AD; the Capitol, in 168 AD. There were depictions of Pegasus, the winged horse, at the Temple of Peace. Behind the Capitol was an olive press in good shape. Corinthian-capped columns lined the Forum area in front of the Capitol.

      I had ...


      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 17, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

      Roman Underground

      A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 06, 2013

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      ... smokey with a hint of sweetness. Not bad. Second sip. Mmm not so much. Third sip … now it was just grainey. Fourth … uh I'm done. No more merci.

      So we took our leave from the cafe and wandered down the narrow street towards the car. We passed men selling fruit (I bought a pomegranate and some grapes), a fellow selling chickens, a baker (who gave me fig cookies – a little dry), and some young man and his barber waving at me from a barber chair. It ...

      Falling for Tunis

      A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 05, 2013

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      ... pillar. It was really quite something to see. ( I know, I know. I'm a geek about this stuff, but jeez it was 2,000 years old and gorgeous.)

      Anyway, we wandered out of the site and past a merchant stand where I somehow got sucked inside. The guy was very persistent, and when I found an old onyx Berber bracelet and vase I liked the fellow insisted I buy them. “How much buddy?” “1,350 dirhams.” (Tunisia has dirhams like Morocco, but the ...

      Couch Surfing at its best

      A travel blog entry by littlebush on Nov 30, 2012

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      ... I'm guessing camels live a long time. This was camel slavery. I never found out the poor buggers name and personally I didn't like it the experience. I didn't see why they just couldn't use a tap! After some more spicy delicious cheap food in a local café, we said our goodbyes to several of the guys going a different way and headed back to Tunis. Tahar had invited me to stay with him for the next two nights of my trip. By the time we arrived at his flat, I was needing ...