Hotel Les Quatre Saisons
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... 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.
... Some really didn't want a set menu and nil else was on offer. All the locals that came in of course had a menu. It was evidently done for simplicity at 20 TD for a choice of appetizer and entree, the dessert being the same.
Had the chorba soup. It was as good as any I've had on the trip. It is barley based and has more than a hint of the harrissa pepper in it for some zest. Tried the ojja merguez. It was nice but not alot to it, consisting of a scrambled egg ...
... objects recovered from graves dating to the Carthagenian era that were discovered under the ground where the museum was constructed. As well, we saw some marble and ceramic statutes dating to the Roman period and a variety of small pots from both the Roman and Carthagenian periods.
After the visit to the museum, we walked about a a quarter of a mile to the Medina. Now the Sousse Medina is surrounded by a beautiful 2.25 km long wall constructed by the Aghlabids in the ...
I was up bright and early at the ungodly hour of 5:30 a.m. so that we could get an early 7:00 a.m. start on our drive to Kairouan. (I thought this was supposed to be a vacation.... and still not sure why we had to leave so early. We ended up at our stop for the day by 2:00 p.m.)
Anyway, as I got in the car, my driver Hatem, handed me a bag with some items inside. He told me to open it and inside I found 2 pomegranates, 1 bottle of olive oil, 1 tin of tuna and a jar of ...
It rained overnight & is still overcast when we set out at 7.45. We visited Kairouane, a Muslim Holy City, where we started with the giant cisterns comprising 2 huge open circular tanks & 2 smaller ones for storage of the town's water supply, supplied by an. From here we went aqueduct to the Grand Mosque of Sidi Oqba built in the 10th century using recycled materials from the previous Roman & Byzantine eras. The design ...