Hotel Sidi Bou Fares

Address: 15 rue Sidi Bou Fares, Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 15 rue Sidi Bou Fares, Sidi Bou Said, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Sidi Bou Said

    Toward the Algerian Border: Destination Le Kef

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 12, 2014

    48 photos

    ... pleasant time of the day, with families chatting and children playing in the streets. We passed a children's fun park called "Kids Park" and smiled when we saw that one of the numerous cubby houses was a miniature plastic mosque.

    The sun was setting and shadows drew long black triangles across our lonely road out of Kairouan. Eerie white salt pans lined sour fields interspersed with stands of Banna grass and sugar cane. We passed old trucks ...

    Bohemian labyrinth

    A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Jul 31, 2012

    6 photos

    ... ironwork combined with pink bougainvillea, make it look more like a painting.

    Bohemian rhapsody
    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 ...

    Capital of Tunsia- Tunis

    A travel blog entry by wyalvin on Aug 17, 2011

    ... 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 ...

    The Ramadan Special

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Aug 11, 2010

    6 comments

    ... tourists dressed inappropriately and swigging water and gulping food as if there was tomorrow - today marked the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan, wherein fasting begins at 4 am and ends around 7 pm. Once I was able to escape the hoards of Italians (you'd think they were trying to expand the Roman empire again) I found it very picturesque and peaceful. The narrow sidestreets wound up the hill, and in one place you could have leaned over the street and touched one house ...

    2.01 - Tunis, Tunisia

    A travel blog entry by edaradi on Mar 25, 2010

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... no me.) It’s too bad that Tunisians (and other North Africans) don’t think of America as the country that kicked the Germans out, but rather as the one that supports Israel and invaded Iraq and otherwise meddles in regional politics and takes all the oil. (On those latter three points, I’m pretty sure I’d be ticked off, too, were I not American).

    After our first few weeks spent mostly in big, bustling cities, I needed a break, ...