Hotel Cap Carthage

Zone touristique de Gammarth, Gammarth, 2070, Tunisia | 3 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

... than women, but that Islam had known this for 1400 years.
He spoke about the after-life. He couldn't get married on Earth yet, because he didn't have money; but when he died, "thousands of thousands" of beautiful girls would be waiting for him. In heaven, if he saw a flying bird and wished to eat it, it would appear in his hand like magic. On Earth, it was "hram" (forbidden) to drink ...

Tunis Tunisia

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef


Tunis is one of the premiere Mediterranean cities, founded in ancient trade, travel and warfare from the original uber-urban Carthage. 2010 Tunis is the capitol of Tunisia, a Muslim (uh…) democracy with a population of about 20 million people, 20% of whom live in the capitol. By all appearances it is a thriving city, benefitting from its central Mediterranean location, only 100 miles from Sicily. ...

Day trip to Tunis area

A travel blog entry by justine28


... El Kantaoui, missed nothing since it was already kind of dark and rain was lashing.
Had my birthday dinner in Les Emirs at the marina. It was raining heavily again so had to stay inside, the marina still like a ghost town anyway - hope it's only due to weather. Nice food and good service in Les Emirs... Had a very tasty vegetarian couscous and fell in love with Tunisian aperitif - Muscat de Tunesie - have to remember to buy some at the airport!


Into Africa

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey


... out of my hostel and wandered around Sete one last time. I took a little ride on the tourist train and then collected my bags and headed to the station. I arrived in good time for the train I planned to take, but realized too late that a reservation was required. I ran to the ticket window, but all the places were sold out, which meant I had to wait a few hours for the next train. Luckily it was direct and free with my pass (obviously the bloody thing has made ...

Come with me to the Kasbah

A travel blog entry by tendashseven


... Washington, D.C. museums and those recently visited in Italy, I wonder if the taxi fare and entrance fees are really will be worth the visit. This noted destination underwhelms me.

Taxi driver aggressively spots us exiting the museum and picks us up. Starts heading in the wrong direction. Does not want to use the meter. We protest. He informs us the "tunnel is closed" and we must go around. We let him know we just came the other way and the tunnel ...


This 3 star hotel, located on Zone touristique de Gammarth, Gammarth, is near Medina of Tunis, George Sebastian Villa, Kasbah of Hammamet, and Pupput Roman Site.
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