Hotel Sidi Bou Fares
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... ironwork combined with pink bougainvillea, make it look more like a painting.
Perhaps that’s why it was so attractive to European artists and writers in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Gide described staying there as "bathing in a fluid, mother-of-pearl sedative". During his visit in 1914 Klee, whose work had normally been confined ...
... shot to death by the police, there were barriers and barbed wires everywhere on the streets, some of the squares are protected by tanks and the army so Tunis is not dangerous to travel at all even at night.
We dropped our luggage in the youth hostel in the Medina which only cost us 8 dinar per night (4 Euros) in a room of 6 then we went to take the TGM and travelled to Sidi Bou Said, It is an area with beautiful white houses with light blue doors and ...
... bloody, eyes rolled back and little ears flopping lifelessly, strapped to the back of the boxes. Stupidly, it makes me hungry. It's like when you're sitting in class and starving and somebody whips out a smelly sandwich. You know you probably wouldn't like it, but it's a sandwich and you're hungry. Thankfully Ramadan fasting for the day ends in 90 minutes, and as i've taken better care of myself today, dinner is ON. I leave tomorrow for France and will be on the ferry for at least 24 hours. ...
... the rich folk live.
On that same day trip, we passed by signs for an American cemetery and memorial, and we asked our driver if we could stop by. They say that some of the best moments are those you don’t plan...so, there is an American cemetery for fallen WWII soldiers in the North African theater. Who knew? Not me. I knew there were some in France and a few other places in Western Europe. But North Africa? Tunisia? Anyway, it was ...
... white of the buildings, Tunisian Blue trim and the green of the foliage that embraces all the city.
The legend of this city tells of Saint Louis coming to wage war and he fell in love with a Berber princess who (I assume) taught him the magic and mystery of weaving rugs – more on this later.
We dined at a fantastic restaurant sampling a great seafood sampler, leg of lamb, scallops, grouper with couscous ...