Hotel Vincci Taj Sultan

Address: BP 253 Hammamet Yasmine, Tunisia, 8050 | Hotel
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This hotel, located on BP 253 Hammamet Yasmine, Tunisia, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Tunisia

Kerkouane – A Hidden Carthaginian City

A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Jun 04, 2015

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... by Rome as other cities in the area were. As a result, Kerkouane vanished beneath the sands and was not rediscovered until the first signs of it were found from 1952 onwards.

As no written records of the city survive, even it's name is unknown to us, Kerkouane is a name bestowed by the uncovering archaeologists, not from history. On the other hand, the abandonment of the site ...

Tunis: Medinas, Mosques, Cafes & Razor Wire

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 13, 2014

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... Macke's time in Tunisia but suggested that we talk to the hotel concierge.

The concierge was very helpful but about ten minutes into the conversation I realised to my dismay that he was directing me not to an Auguste Macke exhibition but to "Maccas", as in a Tunis McDonalds restaurant! Oh dear, I simply loathe the notion of being a snob in any situation but alas, I would have to admit that we are true Fast Food Snobs ...

Toward the Algerian Border: Destination Le Kef

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 12, 2014

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... our travels. She was keen for us to visit the surrounds of Tunis, including the famous ruins of Dougga and Thuburbo Majus but was uncertain as to whether we would have time to drive the long journey to the ancient Carthaginian town of Le Kef, on the border of Tunisia and Algeria. We were keen however to visit Le Kef, not only because of its history but also as the journey would hopefully provide us with a better picture of Tunisia and its peoples. ...

Tunisia Profile: Phoenicians to the Arab Spring

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 11, 2014

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216 BC
General of Carthage Hannibal invades Italy. Romans however triumph and raze Carthage.

146 BC
Carthage falls to the Roman Empire. The templed city of Dougga is created

439 AD
The Vandals invade. Roman buildings and artifacts are destroyed.

533 AD
The Byzantines rule.

The Arabs conquer the territory of present day Tunisia.

Berbers wrest ...

Farewell Sicily OR A Shaky Flight to Tunisia.

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 10, 2014

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... from the way of life we are used to in our home country of Australia. It was time to explore more exotic lands. And anyway, we had not yet found that blessed elusive donkey....

Our 35 kilometer trip to Palermo Airport was very pleasant, Carmelo taking us on some of the back roads and through some rather exclusive suburbs with lush vegetation and lovely gardens.

We were sorry to say goodbye to Carmelo The Perfect Guide. He had made our trip ...