Hotel Dar Ismail
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... Note Brett bought a really great rug for our house at the rug flop here! We Laos then stopped for an unimpressive lunch on our way to the beautiful resort, seaside village of Sid Bou Said. This is famous for the vibrant blue and white structures of the entire town. Bought some cool hand of Fatima shaped appetizer ...
... definitely not our style. We sighed and relunctantly agreed; it was time to give our Auguste a miss. But surely we would find his donkey in the medina...
Tunis city is divided into the sprawling old city (or medina) and the new colonial city (or ville nouvelle in French). The Avenue Habib Bourgiba is the large main avenue which runs through the city from Lake Tunis to the Cathedral of St Vincent de Paul where it becomes the Avenue ...
... as we could get to Algeria and anyway, we just may have found that elusive donkey...
Fortunately Mohammad had plans of his own. "I can take you to what I think are better ruins than Dougga. It is via a 'Secret Road'. Would you like to go there as well as Le Kef?" he asked. Needless to say, the Oudhna ruins as well as a trip to Le Kef sounded good and we were happy to take his advice.
The road to Oudhna took us through the ...
... Neo-Dustour Party.
During World War II, Tunis is held by Axis forces. May 1943 Tunis British forces defeat German occupiers and drives Axis powers out of Tunisia.
Tunisia becomes independent with Bourgiba as Prime Minister.
The monarchy is abolished and Tunisia becomes a republic.
Tunisia insists that French forces must leave their base in Bizerte. Fighting ...
... was an ancient mausoleum below the Roman city. One of the features was the 12 seater loo similar in design to one at Ephesus which was very well preserved. On our return to Tunis we passed vast vineyards with quite young vines & still everywhere flocks of sheep & the occasional small herds of cattle. We were back in the Tunisian hotel & are here for 2 ...