Hotel La Maison-Blanche
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... advantage of not actually having to enter Tunisia, i.e. It was outside passport control. We enjoyed the experience as the photos will attest and for the price of a couple of coffees we were also able to get wifi and catch up on the mail. The locals were very friendly and not at all pushy so we enjoyed the experience and the peace and quiet. As you can imagine being on a ship full of ...
... the city. The Grand Mosque seemed open but we did not enter.
Noubi pointed out that a Turkish minaret was octagonal; a Moorish one, square. We passed near the Youssef Dey mosque/mausoleum complex. It was the first Ottoman-Turkish mosque built in the city. It is now annexed to the University of Ez-Zitouna.
More fun this time round yapping with Omar. It doesn't matter the subject he has the gift of the gab.
We walked to Government Square, an ...
... again to give him the key and say bye. He's a bit dogmatic when it comes to sharing a room but managed to give each other enough space. Nice to see again the Legal Eagle and Ms Wino. A farewell to Eyebrows was followed by same to Mr Caricature and Madame Personality, the latter of a rather unctuous flavour.
Back up for some computer time before 0830 rendezvous with Tony. Down the hall comes DOG and Old Goat: great, more platitudes but mercifully ...
... nearly as elaborate as the House of the Hunt, but the mosaics were simply stunning with sharp colours and incredible designs. The main mosaic, in particular, was really, really incredible and featured Venus flanked by two centaurs and surrounded by cupids. Simply splendid.
After spending about an hour and a half at the site, we climbed back in the car for the very long 3 hour drive back to Tunisia. The trip was pretty uneventful … more sheep sightings, but I ...
... wall. Our American doors usually open to an open space such a living room or in the newer homes dining area or receiving area. Their door opens to a wall to give the family privacy.
We traveled to the city of Sidi Bou Said, it was formerly called Jabal El-Manar. In the 12th century Sidi Bou Said established a sanctuary. Through the years Turkish governors and wealthy citizens built their homes establishing a city. In the 1920‘s, Rodolphe d’Erlanger ...