Hotel Residence Karim

Ave Abdulkacem Chebbi , Tozeur, Tunisia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ave Abdulkacem Chebbi , Tozeur.
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    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 24, 2014

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    ... here, getting a laugh from John [not as good as Tony last night asking non-drinker Noubi his thoughts on a wine].

    Reached the hotel by 1145. The street it is on is named after a famous poet and mathematician. The bags of the caleche group should be in their rooms thereafter 12.5 TD.

    The five of us and Noubi left at 1216. The 'Station Caleche' was nearby. Tony was upfront for the first leg and I co-piloted the return leg. We went into the palmerie to learn about ...


    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Mar 08, 2014

    ... to one another by diagonal ramps/tunnels that welcomed visitors to the village. Sand piled up against the doors of the houses, which resembled the doors of space pods. The streets were interrupted by Storm Trooper rockets. Sand dunes surrounded the village.
    -----Hitchhiking to the village, I was picked up by Matthew Corosine. One of the organizers of the music festival that that would be held in "Star Wars" town, beginning the following day. He ...


    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Mar 05, 2014

    ... t about terrorism or extremism. It's a religion of peace." The lecturer reached a point where - if I were to guess - he asked Allah's blessings for the unfortunate? He and another man cried.
    -----It was time for the evening 'Isha prayer. More men arrived, until there were eighty. They formed three rows and prayed. I watched from the back of the mosque. The way they moved in unison, it reminded me of the military. After the prayer, Haikl and I ...

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    A travel blog entry by noyelles on Apr 18, 2013

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    ... a Mesopotamian style. For dinner we drove into the oasis to a theme park where we were met by 2 men on horseback who gave a fine display followed by dinner inside a large arab marquee. The floorshow had a band of musicians who accompanied themselves singing folk songs with various drums & a strange very loud pipe. There was also a balancing act, fire stick men in a very weird act & belly dancers. Quite an ...


    A travel blog entry by matt81 on Mar 19, 2013

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    ... I suggested the Tunisian family stay with me if they come to Canada one day, but they say: “We will never be able to come to Canada.” We live on an economic and diplomatic hill, really, a place where it is more expensive to live. We can travel freely. Most people in developing countries cannot. I truly think that equality can be established through an abolishment of travel visas for the short term-the irony ...