Hotel Venus

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Travel Blogs from Tunis

Tunis Their Own

A travel blog entry by cadkinsca


... like omelettes with egg. My favorite local specialty, though, was brik, which was also similar to an omelet or a crepe, but deep fried to make the outside crispy. But don't get the brik tunisienne. As with all food here, cutlery optional, but use your right hand.

As for nightlife, it is a Muslim country. That pretty much says all that needs to be said. Alcohol is available, but mostly at tourist restaurants and hotel bars. There are some ...

Falling for Tunis

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92


... was getting in the car (my hand was on the door handle). “OK. OK. I sell you the bracelet for 60 DH.” (He had started at 350 and the vase at 1,000). Done. I walked back in the store, handed over the 60 DH and started to walk out when he offered to sell me the vase for 100 DH. Done. (Just goes to show you how high this guy was over the actual price he was willing to sell the merchandise for.)

So with merchandise in hand we headed to the next stop: the ...

Lay-over in snowy Frankfurt

A travel blog entry by bpskier

... waiting in line for a security check. It said something to the effect of we take security seriously. But the last line was "Security with a smile." That cracked me up. Anyway, this is just a little aside to the main posts I will be writing from Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Armenia. Now I am very sleepy and can't wait to get on the plane so I can nap before we get to Baku. ...

The Gypsy Kid and a Balkan Mess

A travel blog entry by stanfalk


... the night to were actually really good covers of everything from The Doors to Motorhead and Judas Priest to Elvis and Jerry Lee Lewis. Their band is called "Back Door" in homage to The Doors. I told them if they ever come to tour the states they might want to consider changing their name otherwise they might end up getting booked at some venues that lean a little more heavily to the techno side of things, if you know what I'm saying.


Back On Familiar Turf

A travel blog entry by grahamandsarah


... br> Our next journey took us across the Chotts. This is a huge saltpan area. Very flat, white and dry, with small lakes that are made red by the minerals in the water. Camels are about the only things that live in this area. It is a weird moon-like landscape that makes the long journey from Matmata north more interesting.

We stopped for two nights in Tozeur. We were very pleased that the tour included this area as it is one of the few places ...


This hotel, located in Tunis, is near Medina of Hammamet, Hammamet Beach, Medina of Tunis, and Kasbah of Hammamet.
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