Dar El Medina

Address: 64, Rue Sidi Ben Arous, Tunis, 1006, Tunisia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 64, Rue Sidi Ben Arous, Tunis, is near Medina of Hammamet, Medina of Tunis, Kasbah of Hammamet, and George Sebastian Villa.
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        Travel Blogs from Tunis

        Toward the Algerian Border: Destination Le Kef

        A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 12, 2014

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        ... 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 public works for the conservation and distribution of water, however, contributed to the prosperity of a country that was on the whole peaceful. Their fleet was supreme in the central Mediterranean".

        Kairouan ...

        Tunis: A City of Brilliant White & Cobalt Blue

        A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 11, 2014

        21 photos

        ... the next few days we were in Tunisia. We began to think we would like to visit Egypt in the future when hopefully the political situation would have improved. At the time however, Australian journalist Peter Gresta working for Al Jazeera, was imprisoned in Egypt for allegedly supporting the then ousted but democratically elected Muslim Brotherhood. Having probably used some of our "nine lives" in Pakistan, we decided that perhaps we ...


        A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 28, 2014

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        ... project dates from Hadrianic times. Its chief function was to supply water for the sprawling Antonine Baths that we visited. Passed on the 'number question' to Cora; she laughed.

        The Temple des Eaux is semi-circular. It has twenty-four arches, twelve of which had niches for the months of the Roman calendar. We would visit existing sections of it later.

        The place has a bit of a carnival atmosphere. There were popcorn and candy floss vendors. The latter ...


        A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 17, 2014

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        ... Tony couldn't access the water closet. The coffee man came along and just pushed the door open. I made him laugh by calling Tony a tourist 1 TD. $0.70 for two espressos; not bad.

        The cafe had a coffee beans' shop across the street. I guess it would be about 20 TD for 2 lbs. I was pretty close for 100% Arabica at 19 TD and change. None in stock so settled on a 'superior' coffee, picking up a kilogram for 15.8 TD. I've managed to break five of the eight 50 dinar notes I got ...

        Couch Surfing at its best

        A travel blog entry by littlebush on Nov 30, 2012

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        ... a wonderful cultural experience and brought out the best that a website like Couch Surfing can do. In a world where the media portrays a tense relationship between Muslims and the West, here I was in a relatively strict Muslim country hanging out with guys as if they were my best mates. No prejudice from either side and just being normal people wanting to learn how others live. It was a trip that will live in the memory forever, and gave me friends who I am still in contact with ...