Chams El Hana

Route De La Corniche, Sousse, 4000, Tunisia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Route De La Corniche, Sousse, is near Mahdia's Old Town, The Great Mosque (Sidi Oqba Mosque), Palace Dar Nejma Ezzahra, and Medina of Kairouan.
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    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Apr 10, 2014

    ... felt boring to be in an Islamic Study Center. Mr. Idriss and I sat around with his sons, and nobody had anything to say. One of the sons would tell me, Tunisians were happy when foreigners visited them because they usually didn't have much to say to each other.
    -----Two men, students of my host, arrived. They kneeled on the carpeted floor and faced Mr. Idriss. They slouched, resting their big beards on their chests. They smiled their dopey smiles. Nobody ...


    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 20, 2014

    7 photos

    ... come from the visitors on that front.

    Back to the room for 15M of journal before dinner. Something went wrong when trying to save it so lost it; grr.

    Down at 1915 in my Springbok's jersey. I wasn't sure if we'd be dining outside. Helen of Troy suggested All Black jerseys are fine in Oz as the Aussies respect the NZ side but there is less recognition for the talent of the Springboks.

    Off by bus to dining at El Birja, a nice spot just inside ...

    Hey Kairouan Aren't You Guys Happy to See Me?

    A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 07, 2013

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... was originally an ancient Berber settlement that came under the control of Carthage until the Romans defeated the Carthagenians in 146 BC. Thuburbo Majus then became a very important Roman trading center for the local agricultural products, including olive oil and wheat. At one point in the second century AD the town had over 10,000 residents, but all the changed with the downfall of Rome.

    Today, Thuburbo Majus is a bit off the beaten bath and as a result is not overflowing ...

    Rock the Kasbah

    A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 10, 2012

    30 photos

    ... is plain and simple which shows off the mosaics to best effect. The museum is also well laid out and easy to navigate and above all the exhibits are clearly signed and described.

    Unlike the market all of the historical sites: the Ribat, the Mosque, the Kasbah and the museum ...

    Yellow cab

    A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 02, 2012

    After a walk back in time we decide that a journey back to the hotel by cab would be preferable to the land train. We don't have any problem finding a cab, sitting just outside the medina under the shade of a tree seems to be a sign that you need a cab!

    It's interesting ...