Hotel Medi Sea

Address: Zone Touristique Cedria Beach, Bir El Bey, Sousse Governorate, 02055, 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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      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 20, 2014

      7 photos

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      We walked to Carthage's military harbour, inward from the commercial harbour. In the distant left was the de-consecrated Cathedral of St Louis [IX]. The world's seemingly smallest museum held replications of the Punic harbour and the later Roman harbour.

      A slipway has been reconstructed. Carthage was about half way between Tyre and its Spanish mining interests. Carthage means 'new town'.

      We reached the WHS portion of Carthage by 1115. ...

      Bring out the Gladiators ... Bring out the Lions

      A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 08, 2013

      16 photos

      ... and promptly bought a jar of the jam for 3 dinar and a bar of prickly pear soap for 2 dinar. The man, his wife and son were very nice and the home made cookies were pretty awesome. Anyway, just as we were about to leave I spotted the most elusive of objects in a Muslim country ... the Christmas ornament. Now as many of my family and friends know, I collect Christmas ornaments and have found one in every country I have ever traveled to. (Yes, I located a silver hand of Fatima in Morocco ...

      Hey Kairouan Aren't You Guys Happy to See Me?

      A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 07, 2013

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... was originally an ancient Berber settlement that came under the control of Carthage until the Romans defeated the Carthagenians in 146 BC. Thuburbo Majus then became a very important Roman trading center for the local agricultural products, including olive oil and wheat. At one point in the second century AD the town had over 10,000 residents, but all the changed with the downfall of Rome.

      Today, Thuburbo Majus is a bit off the beaten bath and as a result is not overflowing ...

      Caravan to Kairouan

      A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 11, 2012

      22 photos

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      We enter the complex through a forecourt and explore the colonnaded courtyard, the walls of which have maginificent tile decorations.

      Our nest stop is the Great Mosque of Kairouan.

      Great Mosque of Kairouan
      Also known as the Great Mosque of Sidi-Uqba it was established by the Arab general Uqba ibn Nafi in 670 AD at the founding of the city of Kairouan. The mosque occupies a surface area of 9,000 ...

      Yellow cab

      A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 02, 2012

      ... as we drive back to Port El Kantaoui how in the 9th century astute Phonecians thought that the site they named Hadrumetum, now modern day Sousse, would benefit from being developed as a port, to the modern day astute Tunisians who developed the site of Port El Kantaoui for ...