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... that he 'thought' we might like - an ancient Christian cathedral. I would probably have started fuming from the ears, but the cathedral was beautiful and it was worth the visit. I don't understand why we had to stop and let people get out so they could take close ups of the doors - didn't they have zooms on their cameras?
Long minutes later everyone returned to the bus and we're off to the Roman baths at last.
We arrived at the ruins and ...
... region could be mistaken for Tuscany. Tunisia continues to surprise us in the best way. We are now in the 2nd leg of our trip that began with four dreamy jet lagged days in Paris. Micky booked us into a hotel in the uber hip gastronomic paradise of Rue Cler. Despite a few very expensive meals in chi chi bistros, our favorite was a picnic by the Seine featuring a great baguette, a pile of chevre and ...
... this that made Rome so able to project it's power.
We then went on to the village of Sidi Bou Said, where all the houses are painted in blue and white. The village was founded by a Sufi, and then his followers started to build houses around him. We visited two museum houses for a look at some traditional Tunisian architecture, and then the 'recommended souvenir shop'. This was recommended as we ...
... we would pick up a sturdy snack while we were here. This morning by 11am and we had yet to find anything (it being Sunday and all) near healthy so the boys had a fanta and split a bag of potato chips. At least we didn't have to worry about their salt intake. Turns out it being Sunday was a great thing for us. We were able to explore the Medina is relative peace. By Canadian standards this relative peace was complete chaos. Shinny objects, stuffed camel toys, ...
... them but one refused because she was Muslim.
We arrived in Tunis and it is just a big city like San Francisco. I don't know what I was expecting but I was mildly disappointed but quickly got over that, because after all I was in Africa.
We walked a very long way down the boulevard to get the Medina, which is the old city.
The Souks were here which is a bazaar of sorts. Very narrow alleys with shop, after shop, ...