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Travel Blogs from Tunis
... region could be mistaken for Tuscany. Tunisia continues to surprise us in the best way. We are now in the 2nd leg of our trip that began with four dreamy jet lagged days in Paris. Micky booked us into a hotel in the uber hip gastronomic paradise of Rue Cler. Despite a few very expensive meals in chi chi bistros, our favorite was a picnic by the Seine featuring a great baguette, a pile of chevre and ...
... bad his sort won't be on the tour! Bought a small map of Tunisia as a reference/keepsake.
We headed back at 1300. I like Tony's dry, cutting humour. I was musing about another Tobacco Man as a roomie, Tony suggesting he might already be in the room with a list of complaints. Saw a Massey-Ferguson tractor, possibly of Canuck vintage.
Not many tourists head out this way so Tony and I had a zoo-like quality about us as we passed through towns. Some ...
... Diana, Goddess of the Hunt, looked sympathetic in a short blue dress and canvas boots; she aimed her bow-and-arrow at a doe as it grazed from a tree. The God Theseus was shown in the middle of a labyrinth, killing the minotaur.
- - A male and a female centaur, naked from their horsy bottoms upward, crowned a woman who was made up nicely with earrings and who had round and supple breasts, who herself was naked except for a queen's robe. In ...
... driver Hatem (yea that won't be confusing at all), changed some money and we were off in the sparse traffic (Friday prayers will do that). By 4 p.m. I was finally ensconced in a lovely Mediterranean seaview room in The Residence about 30 minutes northeast of Tunis. I unpacked, changed and propped my feet up on a table on my deck and watched the sunlight fade.
I had a lovely meal in the hotel's seaview restaurant (Tunis is famous for its seafood and the grilled ...
... our final dinner, our final show, our final lounging in the bar, and have our final sleep in this floating hotel.
For two days Auntie Norine and I have been gathering everyone’s ticket for the Romantic Excursion of Tunisia. We thought it might be romantic that all of us will be together on our last day on the cruise. There are 20 of us so we can sit in one bus instead of being in different buses all over the city. I woke up early and went straight to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services