Les Berges du Lac
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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- Tennis Court
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... Perhaps this is an unfair observation as we were only in Tunsia for a few days - but the impression stayed with us, even during our long travels inland the following day.
The main tourist centre of Bizerte is located around a lovely harbour which connects the Mediterranea Sea to the inland via the Canal de Bizerte. Old patina clad buildings and an ancient Spanish castle are located right on the waters edge. Colourful fishing ...
... the city. The Grand Mosque seemed open but we did not enter.
Noubi pointed out that a Turkish minaret was octagonal; a Moorish one, square. We passed near the Youssef Dey mosque/mausoleum complex. It was the first Ottoman-Turkish mosque built in the city. It is now annexed to the University of Ez-Zitouna.
More fun this time round yapping with Omar. It doesn't matter the subject he has the gift of the gab.
We walked to Government Square, an ...
... getting to Kerkuane. I think it is going to have to be private transportation or a more expensive tour.
Uneventful walk from Place Barcelone to my hotel. Said adieu to Tony before 2100. Had way too many of the carmelized nuts bought today, sufficing for a repast as I edged into the day's journal. Have still kept c 120 pictures from today but that will get trimmed in due course.
Figured I try to finalize the blog tomorrow morning so crashed out by 2300.
... the four Gospels, sheep drinking as faithful believers, and two houses symbolizing Bethlehem and Jerusalem.
- - When I paid attention, I noticed that some mosaics had been made in the 3rd or 4th century A.D. I guessed the mosaic with the Christian theme was made at a later time than the others.
- - There were mosaics depicting everyday life:
- - Men on horse-back hunted hares and boars in the forest, then made ...
... lunch the day before in La Goulette), we headed off to the second Roman site of the day Bulla Regia, which means Royal Bull (from this day forth my friend the Bull shall be knows as Bulla Regia). Bulla Regia was about 60 km from our lunch location and the trip took us through multiple villages and farms lands (where I soon learned from my guide the name of every crop grown in the area MULTIPLE TIMES OVER).
Anyway, the common theme I saw running through the villages and ...