Hotel El Kenz

10, Rue Said Guendouz, Setif, Algeria | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 10, Rue Said Guendouz, Setif.
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    Travel Blogs from Setif

    A VERY COLD DAY OF TOURING

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 07, 2014

    5 photos

    ... had a poem but had to rehearse it first. Saw Tony going down. He just had one of his hard boiled eggs for dinner. The pretty similar brekkie must be government dictated though the java was probably the best so far.

    Down a half hour early with the bags. A lady, all bundled up, came into the hotel and saw me in short sleeves and felt even colder. Told her en francais I was Canadian.

    I find it easy to have fun with Rafiq. He got a ...

    AN IMPRESSIVE MOSQUE

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 06, 2014

    6 photos

    ... would probably cause people to keel over into a tomb.

    Had lunch nearby at the Restaurant L'acteur, trying a local dish consisting of rice, peas, mashed potatoes, artichoke and a fried egg 150 AD. It was not bad but the last piece of bread I ate gave me a bit of indigestion. Absent minded Nigel walked right into a metal sign...kabong!

    By 1350 we were off toward Constantine. The city used to be called Cirta, a Phoenician name, in the early 4th c AD. One of ...

    8th Algerian blog

    A travel blog entry by graves35 on Sep 16, 2013

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... The Pompei of Africa." We're headed for the Sahara tomorrow and away from Roman influences. Seeing all these ruins is interesting when you're walking these vast complexes, but it's hard to capture it in a few photos. Having said that, here are a few ...

    7th Algerian blog

    A travel blog entry by graves35 on Sep 15, 2013

    3 comments, 16 photos

    Sunday, 9/15, we visited the museum in Constantine where we saw many beautiful restored mosaics. No photos were allowed so we can just describe them as large, colorful mosaics depicting people and activities of Roman Algeria. We then drove to Djimila, about 2 hours from Constantine (with our protectors, of course), where we saw even more restored, unphotographable mosaics in their museum. Our Algerian guide ...

    6th Algerian blog

    A travel blog entry by graves35 on Sep 14, 2013

    22 photos

    Saturday, 9/14, we traveled to Constantine with a stop at Tiddis, a town started in the 2nd Century by the Romans. It was a small town that was abandoned after a few centuries then rediscovered and excavated in the 1940's. Though small, it had typical Roman conveniences such as a water system, baths, a mixture of pagan and Christian places of worship, pottery making and a small forum. The first photo of Tiddis is ...