Hotel El Oumara

Address: 42 Bis, Rue Ali Dargouth, Tunis, 1000, Tunisia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 42 Bis, Rue Ali Dargouth, Tunis, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Tunis


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 17, 2014

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... Site the group tour will visit in two days' time but probably for not the time we spent there today.

We passed into the medina at the Bab Bahr, also known as the Gate of France, at 0950. There was an evident police presence in the area.

We walked the Rue de la Kasbah at first, the main commercial area of the medina. It was not what we wanted to see. We were both happy to leave the merchants behind whenever we could.
I told myself I would be more ...

Tunis Their Own

A travel blog entry by cadkinsca on Oct 13, 2013

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... its entire library and all the history that contained. There is an excellent museum (still under partial construction in an old palace) here devoted to the history of Tunisia from pre-Carthage, through the Greeks, the Romans, the Byzantines, and the Muslims, Unfortunately, due to everyone having pillaged here, the museum is almost all mosaics because only the floors survived, although there are statues, pottery, coins, etc., a lot of them found ...

Falling for Tunis

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 05, 2013

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... under the Romans, Carthage had 300,000 residents, 3 forums, a 70,000 seat Circus, enormous Roman baths on the Mediterranean, and hundreds of beautifully villas. After Rome fell, the Byzantines took over the city for a while, but when the Arabs conquered the city, the Arabs moved the capital to Tunis and Carthage fell into ruins. Today, many of the original Carthage sites are all but gone. However, there are still remnants of what was a great and very historical city.

Couch Surfing at its best

A travel blog entry by littlebush on Nov 30, 2012

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... trying to get me to go to some bar with him. After a few hundred metres the pavement ended as there was a police barricade. As I crossed the road, I was surprised to see row after row of thick barbed wire lining the street with army tanks behind them and soldiers standing around. The atmosphere was a little tense but locals walked around going about their evening business, drinking coffee and smoking shisha pipes. I walked further down towards the medina before deciding to go back ...

Tourists in Tunis

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 06, 2012

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... leaf, others double rectangular doors in Hafsid style, as well as doors with a small under door known as a Khoukha. This type of door was invented by the Spanish princess, wife of Abdulaziz Ibn Moussa Ibn Noussair, in order to oblige his Muslim subjects to bow to their monarch.

Unlike the doors of Sidi Bou Said, which are all blue, the doors here are a variety of colours, although in recent times some ...

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