Hotel Cap Carthage

Address: Zone touristique de Gammarth, Gammarth, 2070, Tunisia | 3 star hotel
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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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      A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Apr 15, 2014

      ... frightened by the same questions. But, I was willing to risk almost anything, if it meant I got to touch a girl from the waist up. Of course, it would've been easier to see my girlfriend if I had a cell-phone. But, I got five extra "sneaky points" for not using technology.
      -----One night, she appeared at her door.
      -----A moment later, I was inside her courtyard. I felt safe. I felt excited.
      -----She led me to a dark room. ...


      A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Feb 11, 2014

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      ... of the TV and called me "Michael Jackson" or "Zaxom" while trying to pronounce Justin. Monsoor's adult sons, Haikl and Ferhan, joked and taught me Arabic. Monsoor and I enjoyed listening to a classic Egyptian singer named Oomm Kalthoom, a woman whose dramatic, melancholy voice sang of mobsters.
      Monsoor insisted I come for dinner every night. He asked me which of his co-workers gave me food, ...


      A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jan 29, 2014

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      ... with somen who weren't family members, and seemed happy. I rarely saw women in Sminja, except those who worked in shops or took their sheep to graze.
      - - I would get invited to Monsoor's house for dinner every second day. Semia did the cooking.
      - - She'd lived a sheltered life. With a father like Monsoor, it was no doubt a happy life. Though she wasn't the prettiest girl in the world, she laughed and smiled with an innocence and ...

      Woke up this morning and found myself dead...

      A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Apr 12, 2011

      ... person with a few choice words of wisdom for me, the poor, vulnerable tourist. In case you think I'm being too hard and maybe they are just being nice and want to offer help, I can tell you that in each and every one of these encounters, the tout, in not so clever a disguise, eventually showed himself for who he truly was. By the end of the day I became the not so friendly Canadian as one tout labelled me. Yeah, that's what happens when people are trying to scam you 10 times a day! ...

      "Like Seven Inches from the Noon-day Sun..."

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Aug 10, 2010


      ... of Carthage for a bit and then caught the train home. Today I had the brilliant idea of going to the Bardo museum, essentially the Tunisian Louvre. Although it's currently undergoing renovations and most of it is actually closed, the bits that are open are mind-blowing. Once you get there that is. I managed to transfer to the right metro station, but once there could not get on the right train and rode about the suburbs for the better part of over ...