Grand Hotel du Lac

Address: 2 Rue sindibad , Tunis, 1001 , Tunisia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2 Rue sindibad , Tunis.
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Travel Blogs from Tunis


A travel blog entry by ashmoney on Feb 21, 2015

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... we saw scholars studying different works, which was a pleasure to see. It seems to me that it's more of an educational center over anything, and I could tell that the ruler promoted and advocated education. There are schools and universities -- obviously only to cater men -- that teach many things, most particularly science. It smells a lot like the library, but with more old books and a bit more like body odor and animals. It's a shame that only men here can ...

At the Tip of Tunisa

A travel blog entry by waymoney on Feb 21, 2015

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... heard' to the opposite of women in the present voting, speaking their mind and attend public education. I noticed alot of stares throughout the journey and it seemed odd that women would travel with men at the time. When ever someone asked our reason for being in public Ali would tell them we were brides and being escorted to our future families. In a way women during this era were seen as objects and their only importance was to produce children preferably male. Ashley is feeling ...

Cruising with MSC - Palermo to Tunis 27-28 October

A travel blog entry by robmarfox on Oct 28, 2014

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... and Spanish tourists is not a quiet experience. We have dinner each evening with Alex and Julie a Ukrainian/American couple. They are very nice and interesting to listen to and share experiences. They live on Staaten Island and both work in the medical field. They take all the excursions going and spend time in the Casino so we only tend to meet at dinner time. Our dining time is the ...

Tunis: A City of Brilliant White & Cobalt Blue

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 11, 2014

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... our briefing. Talking with her however and watching her gesticulations and mannerisms - and had we not been in an Islamic country - we could have sworn that she could have been of Jewish origin. We were however to find out later that there is a sizeable Jewish population living in Tunisia.

Ahmed (name witheld) was indeed a lovely young man and a good steady driver but sadly for all of us, his English was very rudimentary and ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Apr 10, 2014

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... Instead, I explored the city's ancient medina. Pedestrian alleys led me ... past chalky white homes connected to one another, with their bright blue doors; through medina streets where a hundred merchants stood to my sides, crowding me; to dead end corners where kids kicked around soccer balls; to curved spheres built into the ground, which I enjoyed running up; through tunnels where brick arches connected above my head; and beneath pointy minarets and ...

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