Hotel Acqua Viva
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- Banquet room
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Acqua Viva Gammarth
nothing around here except beach - no shops or restaurants. everyone spoke french so difficult to speak at reception, food basic. there were many facilities including disco, horses, camels, crazy golf, swimming pool and flumes/tobaggon but many were closed due to so few people in the hotel.
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According to historians, little is known about the origins of the city of Oudhna although it is thought to be probably a Berber-Punic urban centre transformed into a colony under the Roman ruler Octavian-Ausgustus. One of the oldest colonies in Africa, its golden age lasted throughout the first two centuries AD, declining to a large village in the Arab-Moslem period.
The 1895 Murray Handbook for Travellers in Tunisia ...
... neighbours such as Syria, Egypt, Libya and Iraq etc whose current fate is unquestionably worse than its pre-revolution days. Time, of course, will tell.
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... There were two harbours one for military or naval vessels, the other for commercial vessels.
The port was described by Appian: "The harbors had communication with each other, and a common entrance from the sea seventy feet wide, which could be closed with iron chains. The first port was for merchant vessels, and here were collected all kinds of ships' tackle. Within the second ...
... when asked by the animation team. The hotel is large with many rooms, a tennis court, crazy golf, horses and camels but there were only about 10 people staying there - all of which were french or Italian and so the place seemed deserted. There nothing else in the area so if you didn't go half board you would have to get a taxi to la marsa every night for food.
So Tunisia has the distinction of being the world's youngest democracy, to date.
I wish I could have visited Tunisia before the change, in order to be able to tell how much of what I experienced during my visit was due to the new order and how much had always been thus. My guess would be that both the pros and cons of my pedestrian experiences are the same as they would have been under any political system.
I'll go ahead and get the cons out of ...