Golden Tulip Carthage Residence

Address: Avenue de la Promenade, La Marsa, 2078, Tunisia | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on Avenue de la Promenade, La Marsa, is near Carthage Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from La Marsa

    Toward the Algerian Border: Destination Le Kef

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 12, 2014

    48 photos

    ... Ouzina, an isolated desert camp on the western border of Algeria. And after all, it was the brilliant white hot light of Auguste Macke's painting "Market in Algiers" (even more so than Market in Tunis) that reminded us of our wonderful visit to the city of Hotan in the western Chinese Xinjiang Province in 2011 and initially sparked our interest in northern Africa.

    I wondered how our Algerian travel agent Yong was going. He had been so helpful ...

    Falling for Tunis

    A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 05, 2013

    14 photos

    ... and spend the day eating, drinking, working out, bathing and socializing. These Roman baths were built on the Mediterranean by Hadrian and finished in the 2nd century AD. The remains were pretty darn spectacular from what I could see.

    Now while the remains actually only consisted of the foundation of the baths, you could still wander through the remains to get a sense of the layout of the baths (hot room and saunas, warm room, cold room and a gymnasium for ...

    Between Sky and Sea

    A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld on Jun 27, 2013

    13 photos

    ... a distinct city section that is walled with narrow maze like streets, sells wares for tourist and locals alike. There are still Roman aqueducts in the city that are still in use but most are in ruins. Most of the houses that we saw were large and beautiful. We went by a school and many women were there with their children. Most of the women wore hijab, the head covering. They seem so mysterious and I wonder what kind of a lifestyle they may have. Are they a lot like ...

    TD 6

    A travel blog entry by fmarquette on May 24, 2012

    ... of virginity in marriage and we  are sitting in the middle of his cafe in Tunisia and no one cares. This is mainly because no one really speaks english here, everything is french because of their history but this guy had no problem talking about sex and what society thinks of it from his point of view. This kinda blows my mind.  Besides that it has been a normal day. We will see what tomorrow ...

    TD 1

    A travel blog entry by fmarquette on May 19, 2012

    ... 1300. After I explained why I wasn't with the host family the night before we went to meet them. It is very welcoming family, One mother and two sons. The sons are 25 and 27. The younger one has a high school education and the older one is working on his masters degree in Finance. We walked around Marsla and went to al plaza for a little while and finished up the evening with spending with Othman's (the older brother) friends. It made for a relaxing ...