Hotel Jalta

Tunis, Tunisia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tunis

Falling for Tunis

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92


... us, sat us at a table and five minutes later the food began to arrive. A fresh loaf of cut up bread and harissa (a spicy decidedly Tunisian red sauce with a slightly smokey flavour- YUMMY) in olive oil. Next up, grilled octopus in olive oil (you have no idea how good it was). Then they brought out a tray of fish, I selected my lunch (red snapper) and shortly after that I had a whole grilled fish in front of me with tomatoes, olives and rice. It was superb. And if that ...

A half day in Tunis

A travel blog entry by bandmeurope2013


Well, our half day in the destination we didn't really want to go to turned out fine, and the worry about visas was definitely unfounded. They seem to have a special system for people on organized tours, the immigration guy barely even looked at our passports (and some people in front of us just seemed to be using ID cards), stamped the back of our arrival form, gave it back to us and that was that. ...

Get Us Outta Here

A travel blog entry by tdv95

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... by a driver who thought intimidation might work on a much bigger dude (me) who had had enough of Tunisian scams (he ended up with nothing), and DH telling me that "creepy" Tunisia dudes were whispering things at her as we walked the crowded streets, it was time for Plan B- I'm very protective of being the only one allowed to say inappropriate things to DH. We had already tentatively arranged for a car and driver for a trip through the country so we packed ...

The Gypsy Kid and a Balkan Mess

A travel blog entry by stanfalk


... been what we'd call break dancing but it was a helluva a lot more than I ever expected. So I give him about 50 cents. And then the other people at the table get in on it. Next thing you know he's dancing like Michael Jackson, shaking his leg like its 1985, doing the moonwalk, all of it. I mean, the kid was good.

So this kid is dancing for dollars and at 11 years old making more money off of us than most adults in Bosnia would in a full ...

Without new experiences, something inside sleeps

A travel blog entry by sorbus


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Tunisia is a surprise. I was here years ago for a beach, a souk and camel ride sort of holiday with a few ruins thrown in. First impressions are of a country clean, bright, spacious, with drivers are courteous and have no death wish and even stop at red lights. (After Italy ...) The taxis are new; buildings are going up; there is a feeling of prosperity; people sweep the streets and pick up rubbish. Guards at sites wear suits. There are shopping malls ...


This hotel, located in Tunis, is near Medina of Hammamet, Hammamet Beach, Medina of Tunis, and Kasbah of Hammamet.
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