Hotel Les Ambassadeurs

Address: 75 Avenue Taieb M'hiri Le Belvedere, Tunis, 1002, Tunisia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 75 Avenue Taieb M'hiri Le Belvedere, Tunis, is near Medina of Tunis, George Sebastian Villa, Kasbah of Hammamet, and Pupput Roman Site.
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Travel Blogs from Tunis


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 17, 2014

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... photographs today, taking almost 140 yesterday. If about 20 less is more discrete, I succeeded. The medinas just ooze photo ops, be it doors, merchandise, cats, kids and vistas.

We were looking for a coffee shop and found the Maison [or Palais] d'Orient. It is a carpet shop. The sign said nice terrace views. Heading up, the chap starts talking about carpets to Tony who was having none of it. He can be a little sharp with the locals when some passing interest can ...

Tunis Their Own

A travel blog entry by cadkinsca on Oct 13, 2013

1 comment, 22 photos

... excavations in the 1940's.

The only other main tourist attraction in Tunis proper (there are apparently other museums in Carthage proper, a suburb 10 miles away) is a very traditional, intact medina and souk, Unfortunately, the main mosque is not open to non-Muslims, but wandering the market, getting lost, and stumbling on to a pretty and preserved street or square is always fun. Also, this was not an aggressive souk in that I was ...

Falling for Tunis

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 05, 2013

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... First up on the tour was the Sanctuary of Tophet. The name Tophet is Hebrew for place of burning. This area is believed to have been an area of sacrifice under the Phoenicians who frequently sacrificed a child to their gods. The father would select the child to be sacrificed and on the designated day would dress the child, remove him or her from the home, take the child to this sacrificial site where the child was put to death by the father. The remains of the child were ...

Couch Surfing at its best

A travel blog entry by littlebush on Nov 30, 2012

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... hotel and sleep as I was to be up early in the morning to meet the Couch Surfers. The last thing I needed was get lost in the warren of the medina late at night. The next morning, in the car park next to my hotel, after a hotel breakfast of hard boiled eggs and bread, I met two car loads of local Couch Surfers. The majority looked in their late 20's/early 30's except one guy who looked much older. He was known as 'Uncle Ben' although his real name was Tahar. I was surprised to ...

Tourists in Tunis

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 06, 2012

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... blue imitating Sidi Bou Said. The colour of the door has a particular meaning. Green is the colour of paradise and yellow ochre, it is said in the Koran, is the colour loved by God.

The doors are also decorated with nails in both symbolic and geometric designs including the:symbol of Tanit, the Carthage goddess of the fertility; the six-angled star of David (which according to legend drives away ...