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 ...
... that a lot of this "hatred" is the benign sort that really isn't much more than the kind of "hatred" you have in a sports rivalry. Most of the younger people seem to be over it all and ready to move on. But while that is largely the case these days, there are still real ethnic tensions below the surface that occasionally still blow up into violence, especially in the case of the Serbs and Kosovars.
So back to "Who Hates Who." Albanians in ...
... 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 ...
... and abuse and simply had a great time. Seen few cool-looking cafes, amazing shops with arts, gold and silver plated bowls, plates, mirrors etc, bird cages, as well as very exotic herb and spices stalls - amazing! We wandered to some less touristy parts too, got a bit lost; in here it's like a small-town market with cheap jeans, shoes and other clothing, nobody pushing any sales here, no tourists, mainly locals shopping and so we got to be a huge ...
... to see the range of his empire – having been to his birth place in Libya. We wondered if this was the furthest West his Empire extended. Let us know if you have any insight on this!
The best thing about Haidra (which isn’t big, but has a nice arch and a couple of nice temples) is that it is totally free to enter! Always a bonus!
The final leg of our journey before reaching Tunis was via Dougga to Hammamet. Dougga ...