Hotel Medi Sea

Address: Zone Touristique Cedria Beach, Bir El Bey, Sousse Governorate, 2055, Tunisia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Zone Touristique Cedria Beach, Bir El Bey.
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        Travel Blogs from Bir El Bey

        Pay it forward!

        A travel blog entry by driftdestitutes on Oct 14, 2015

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... head down the dusty unpaved road toward the ocean and follow there for the rest of our ride. After a few kilometres and the sun in full swing we pull into a dull village with minimal activity to have lunch. Kory heads into the the closet sized grocery store and emerges with a chilled bottle of carbonated water and mango purée, YUM! Bubbly water has become one of our new favourite treats that we stumbled on by accident. A simple mistake of purchasing the cheapest water we could find, ...

        ( KAIROUAN, TUNISIA; FEB 21 730 )

        A travel blog entry by ashmoney on Feb 21, 2015

        1 photo

        ... though their beliefs state that women should not partake in such studies. I'm glad that my time fosters great attention to women and their educational needs! Well -- not really in some places. Some things never change for some women. We had a bit of time to explore the area, and Waymon and I stumbled across great a mine cave that stretched a long way. But there are oranges, which makes me feel a bit homesick. They trade them and it has become helpful in their ...

        At the Tip of Tunisa

        A travel blog entry by waymoney on Feb 21, 2015

        1 photo

        We are finally here! Kairouan woo! After little more than a week we have finally reached our destination and I am so glad to finally see new surroundings. Kairouan is a flourishing city where it became the center of education, philosophy, medicine and science prominent not only during the late Sassanid but Umayyad period. Arabic scholars are translating works from Greek and Roman time. It is amazing I saw a wealthy scholar trade papers with an Arab scholar. There is so much to do and ...


        A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Apr 10, 2014

        3 photos

        One day during the week of Semia's wedding celebrations, I was chasing a neighborhood kid around and I hit my head on a door. A small but deep cut appeared above my eye. I put a piece of tissue on the cut, and returned to dancing.
        -----Hours passed. But, my cut continued to bleed slowly. I worried I was going to have to pay for a night taxi to the nearest town, to get stitches.
        -----Semia's family suggested I use "qahwa" (coffee) to stop the bleeding. ...


        A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 20, 2014

        7 photos

        ... of the day will be on things Punic at Carthage. The Phoenicians ruled Carthage from 814 to 146 BC.

        Our first stop was the Punic Sanctuary, a necropolis. The Romans suggested the Carthaginians engaged in child sacrifice. More likely is any such practices involved stillborns or babies born with birth defects [such an approach would be similar to Sparta]. Noubi pointed out the emblem of Baal Hammon, the god of the moon. The tanit symbol represented the god ...