Hotel Les Quatre Saisons
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... Instead, I explored the city's ancient medina. Pedestrian alleys led me ... past chalky white homes connected to one another, with their bright blue doors; through medina streets where a hundred merchants stood to my sides, crowding me; to dead end corners where kids kicked around soccer balls; to curved spheres built into the ground, which I enjoyed running up; through tunnels where brick arches connected above my head; and beneath pointy minarets and ...
... whom the locals ignored. Paying the bill, I saw what I got was cheaper than what I ate so decided just to pay for that and a beer 25 TD.
Back at the hotel c 2245. Took the computer to reception. The wifi was operational but not functional. The locals use the reception area to convivialize rather than staying in their rooms, bearing in mind they do not drink. Frustrated, I gave up after 2330, bagging out before midnight.
... to Hannibal as a 'military superstar'. The city's Roman roots date to 40 BC when Augustus began its restoration. Much of its marble was taken by the Islamic dynasties to build their mosques. Today a presidential palace overlooks the site.
The most significant remains are those of the Antonine Baths. They are massive in scale. Wandering around the bowels of what must have been a masterpiece of engineering one could only imagine this small manifestation of the ...
... front of Mr. Snobby and probably validated his original impression of me (a boorish, classless oaf from North America), I tucked my tail between my legs and slunk out of there before I could cause any more trouble.
I wandered the waterfront, found Hassan (who did not eat with me – I presume the agency did not want to pay for him) and made our way to the front of the marina. As we passed a little stand, a fellow offered me some kind of coated almond. I took one taste and ...
... What a generous guy. (He is the sweetest man!) I had mentioned the previous day my fondness for pomegranates and how happy I was that I was visiting during the harvest. I had also mentioned at lunch on Saturday how much I enjoyed the harissa. (And as I said harissa is the spicy red sauce that Tunisians serve on a plate surrounded with olive oil, topped with tuna and a basket of French bread. YUMMY!)
I thanked Hatem profusely. These folks do not have a lot of money so to ...