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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Tony has to watch doing what he accused Nigel of doing: cutting in when somebody else has started to talk; the lad needs a trip to the woodshed tomorrow morning 25 TD.
The new Yanks are a mystery as they didn't dine with us. Cora will be easy going. Helen will be more of a handful. I can see her and Tony clashing on issues.
Back up for the usual triple of surfing, email and journal/blog. Going to crash by 2200 to try to catch up on some sleep.
... it is Ramadan.
Our first stop, but only to take a photo, is the Roman Catholic Cathedral of St Vincent de Paul, the patron saint of charity.
Construction of the cathedral began in 1893 and it was opened at Christmas 1897. It draws on a variety of architectural styles including both Moorish and Gothic revival as well as Neo-Byzantine.
It is located in Place de ...
... worst especially in Cairo, won’t return in a hurry! Syrians are the friendliest and Jordanians were ok. So been in Tunisia so far has been a breathe of fresh air, lets hope the rest of Tunisia is the same!
28 OCTOBER 2010 - We decided to stay an extra night so we can decide where to go and book accommodation. After breakfast we walked into town and found an internet cafe and spent a few hours on it. Unfortunately skype ...
... practical. One night we stayed at the edge of town along with those living on the edge. The African hustlers; the Italian gypsies with the, I can't count how many, children; the ladies of the night. Palermo streetwalkers are this year wearing white, white and tight, and not much of it. And business isn't too brisk either.
And in ancient Palermo we learnt that the poor got hung, and the richer got the chopping board. Someone a long time ago planted ...
... servers (John and his spouse) from Toulouse, France who were present to translate for us with our local hosts. Their command of French and English were superb and they were a delightful couple. We were most pleased to have met them.
Lei Lei and Hosni hosted us in their formal living room with furniture that looked as if it was acquired from the Palace at Versailles. They served us Asida and refreshments and discussing the history of Tunisia and ...