Hotel Du Parc
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... liking cruising, the contrary position taken by Cora and yours truly.
The breakfast fare in Restaurant Le Calife was similar to that at Hotel Tiba save for some hot plate items [cold fried egg in the 'hot' plate] and halva, a nice sweet seen for the first time on this junket.
Probably saw the Brits ie the non-local faces. Not too many live wires expected from distant, first impressions. One gal with short hair is in shorts...in a Moslem country. I ...
... the story Tony said about Mr Caricature always interrupting him until Tony firmly told him once if he could please finish his story.
The owner asked if we wanted tea. We said yes and off he went to get some. Tony forgot he doesn't use sugar so I wound up drinking the mint tea. Tony mentioned he found some of the English loud, something causing me to chuckle as he has a booming voice when he speaks.
Our wanderings continued, mostly in the ...
... from the ceiling but never reached the ground. The green, white, and gold arches ended at sharp points like tattooing needles.
- - The museum was in a Tunisian building from recent times. But, the items on display were from Tunisia's ancient Roman sites.
- - There were statues of Roman emperors:
- - Lucius Verus had a young face and curly fringe beard, Marcus Aurelius' face was older with more tired eyes and a bushy beard, ...
... 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 ...
... spent the evening wandering the streets, strolling along the water also, in beautiful warm dusk. Theres plenty of stray dogs and cats for company, but overall were definitely in a safe, wealthy, yet affordable area of Tunis. We had a lovely meal at an Arabic Themed and styled restaurant by the sea, pizza and Almond Lemonade on offer. Yes, lemonade with almonds floating in it of course. Hopefully tomorrow, a visit to the ruins of the city of ...