Hotel le Consul
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... planner in Bali, her husband is a photographer/videographer and she is counting down the days to her contract finishes in January. My massage was amazing and Mega helped relieve the tension in my hip. Unfortunately Toby booked a reflexology massage and wasn't aware the massage was not a full body massage. His masseuse was sick and coughed constantly. His day spa experience was not ...
... body hugging t-shirts.
We had spent about an hour in La Goulette, wandering around the rather tourist oriented shops of the township when to our delight we came across a large fresh fish market. As our readers would know, we just love visiting local shops and markets as for us, it provides a valuable insight into how the local people live and what they eat. The vendors were both welcoming and helpful, and seemed to enjoy ...
... ordered roasted chicken. It never came. Nobody at our table left a tip. The service was poor. One got the impression we were taking table space the locals could use.
When all reassembled on the street, Tony starts ripping into Noubi about the place. He should have let Noubi start us walking as it was eating up more time.
We walked to Place Barcelone to pick up the local tram. We were told to all get on the same tram and get off the stop after the ...
... eventually were on the street leading to the Grande Poste. There was some sort of protest on its front steps so we stay clear of it, heading up to the floral clock garden.
On the way back we stopped for an espresso. The price was probably gouged or you pay a premium to sit near the statue of Emir Abdelkader 200 AD.
Heading back to the hotel, we passed kids playing football/soccer on artificial turf. I played referee on a couple of goal calls. ...
... over. And because the area was such a rich agricultural community (and the Romans needed wheat and other products to feed the folks back home as well as their mammoth armies), the citizens of Bulla Regia became rich under the Romans. However, Bulla Regia, like all other cities under Roman rule, fell into disarray with the end of Roman Empire and was ultimately abandoned in the 7th century.
The features that make this site so distinct from other Roman sites is the ...