Karthago Le Palace

Complex Cape Gammarth, BP 86, La Marsa Les Cotes de Carthage, Gammarth, Tunisia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gammarth

Tunis, a melting pot of cultures

A travel blog entry by diannev


... a conversation with another man plus answering the phone, the man behind reception finally acknowledged that I was standing there. No welcome or smile. He just stared at me and held out his hand for the passport. And so it continues.........

The hotel was in the centre of the city, so it was great walking outside and finding cafes and small shops, tram ...

Things that go bump in the night...

A travel blog entry by suzywatson


... with me, the complete map will have to wait until we get home. 4- Being on a ship with almost all retired folk, most in their 70s and 80s, can be a bit trying at times, but also pretty hilarious...although not always intentionally. Last night the entertainment was The Rockafellas, a group of four twenty-something guys who sing the music of the Fifties and Sixties. Hearing the audience sing along with "Why Must I Be a Teenager in Love?" ...

Africa, Tunisian Style

A travel blog entry by sachanicole


... again before entering the county).

But speaking of weather, apparently, we arrived in Tunis just in time since a few days earlier it had “rained dirt” according to Nate. This explained the excessively dirty cars in the parking lot. So, with no dirt clouds in the sky, we headed out for lunch. Nate took us for our first Tunisian delicacy, the maqloub, which is sandwich with meat, a bunch of veggies and a hummus-like chili paste ...

Rock the Kasbah

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey


... Here we go. He doesn't seem threatening so I decide to play the game. "can I practice my English with you? Come, let's go inside." He invites me into his little shop. It is filled with souvenirs and big bottles of scent essences. "Do you like Tunis?" he asks. I nod. "yes, the people are quite friendly." He writes down a couple of things to see in the medina in French and Arabic and then asks me my name. I tell him, and he writes it in Arabic. "Now," he says. "Would you like to look ...

Tunisia: Camels and Horses and Vendors...Oh My!

A travel blog entry by selenapan9


... br> Just so our children wouldn't feel left out of the hard core sell, they had horses and camels right next to us on the beach....right next to us. This meant that when I wasn't being harassed by vendors, I was chasing Lucas away from the front end of fairly nasty looking horses and camels. Or I was chasing Seb away from back end and feet of said horses and camels. OR I was trying to keep Seb from eating the horse and ...


This hotel, located on Complex Cape Gammarth, BP 86, La Marsa Les Cotes de Carthage, Gammarth, is near Djerba Explore, Guellala Museum, Carthaginian Ruins, and Lezard Rouge.
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