Fiesta Beach Club

Address: Zone Touristique , Midoun, 0411, Tunisia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Zone Touristique , Midoun.
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      A ROMAN CAUSEWAY

      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 22, 2014

      5 photos

      ... of them don't like Noubi does not mean they should show a complete lack of courtesy and babble when he is on the microphone giving information.

      Sat with John and chatted about travel. He's been to the DMZ from the South Korean side. Three large phosphate fertilizer factories are on our distant left while we chat about his forthcoming Teheran-based trip to Iran. Olive groves predominate the country, some farms stretched out for kilometres on end.

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      Hey Let Me On Djerba!

      A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 12, 2013

      15 photos

      ... donkey pulling a cart and watched as some camels came into view. (Yay finally camels.)

      We finally got back in the car and headed down the road in the direction we had come from the night before. We passed the now abandoned checkpoint where the dude with the AK 47 put a little bit of a scare into me (only the barricade topped by razor wire remained and it was off to the side of the road). Still not sure what that was all about.

      Anyway, after wondering if I would ...

      Island of Djerba

      A travel blog entry by noyelles on Apr 23, 2013

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      ... amp; we had to remove our shoes before entering. Some old men were reading from the Torah & discussing things when we were there. Next door is a guest house for all the pilgrims. From there we went to see a local potter making pots etc as this is an important local industry.

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      Www.djerbaturisme.com

      A travel blog entry by djerbatourisme on May 19, 2011

      Hello,

      www.djerbatourisme.com offers you all his staff and products to garentee you best holidays, satisfaction, pleasure and best prices.

      All we want is to bring back tourists to our fantastic Island by offering all sorts of entertainment and excursions at a price that they won't find with other :

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      Mahires to Aghir

      A travel blog entry by london_to_ct on Aug 08, 2010

      5 comments, 1 photo

      ... cocktail from the French menu and we all awaited its arrival. All looked good on first sight, until the first sip was taken and all fell into place. This is a predominately Muslim country and as such no alcohol is served. Chezzy a splashed out and bought himself a fruit juice mix with an assortment of umbrellas and swizzle sticks. To console himself he bought yet another ice cream.

      Chezzy ...