El Hana International
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Our overnight cruise to Tunis was as smooth as the previous night and we were berthed by 8am. After a leisurely breakfast we went topside to observe Tunis and plan our day. Once again we had decided against an organised excursion as we find them overpriced for what they offer. We considered a taxi into the city but opted instead to walk off and enter the tourist village on the quayside. This had ...
... continues to attract Muslims from all over the world. The most important mosque in the city is the great Mosque of Sidi-Uqba or the Great Mosque of Kairouan. It is said that seven pilgrimages to this mosque is considered the equivalent of one pilgrimage to Mecca.
We did not have time to see any of the sites of Kairouan. In hindsight, we should have designed our tour over two days, spending a night at Le Kef and returning to Tunis via Kairouan ...
... our Egyptian travels for a little while...
Ms Fawzia was bursting with enthusiasm about our tour around Tunis for the day. We had of course done a lot of reading about what we would like to see and were particularly interested in visiting the "must see" Bardo Museum, the Carthage ancient ruins, Sidi Boud Said (where we were looking forward to having lunch at the well known Cafe Sidi Chaaabne), La Goulette and the port of Bizerte in ...
... to 'women's hair' in Arabic.
As the entire day was part of the remade program, the lunch venue was new. Tried to sit away from Allen but he joined Tony, John and I, adding his usual blandness to things. I joked with Tony if Vancouver Island had any sewers and he played along, suggesting one would be operational once they figure out how to take out sewage in the morning and supply water in the afternoon.
Mr New Mexico--and others--were fretting about no ...
We got back to my hotel at 1545. Many of the cafes en route were doing a brisk business.
Up to get the computer as I doubt the man behind the desk at reception would have heard about Kerkuane. He said taxis couldn't make the trip [seeming at odds with the 'Rome2Rio' website. Private cars would be expensive.
Tony asked if he had a cousin or friend who might like to take us. The suggested cost was 200 dinar/$140.00 Cdn. That would be for the two ...