Karthago Le Palace

Complex Cape Gammarth, BP 86, Gammarth, 2078, Tunisia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gammarth

Tunis, a melting pot of cultures

A travel blog entry by diannev

13

... the 'single' Money Exchange counter to purchase the Dinars. Then back through passport control and security to pick up and pay for the visa. The lady was very serious and when questioned about the length of the visa, she told me not to worry if I stayed a day or two over the visa time.
After haggling for a taxi I finally arrived at the Hotel. At a snail's pace ...

Things that go bump in the night...

A travel blog entry by suzywatson

6

... 2- About pirates: we didn't encounter any. The razor wire was removed when we were in Sharm El Sheikh and the security patrol left at the entrance to the Suez Canal. I forgot to mention that we were in blackout conditions while in the pirate zone, with all exterior lights turned off and all curtains closed. Even the small windows in the doors to the outside deck were covered over. The happy result of this was the star-gazing was fantastic! ...

Tunis, Sidi Bou Said and Carthage

A travel blog entry by mezzaandyort

49

... go, no map and the guy spoke very little English so we were a bit lost. We saw the amphitheatre Romain,the gardens at the Villa Romaines then a mosque and then finally found the Thermes D’Antonin, Carthage’s best preserved site which was once the biggest roman baths in the Empire. With really sore feet and feeling tired we headed around the ruins and then left and went to catch the train. It was such a cool, windy day with lots ...

Thoughts on Tunisia

A travel blog entry by mtinot

... of weeks. After our medina explorations, during  which we were aided by a man who claimed he worked at our hotel. We were a little skeptical about that one, as neither Mark nor I remembered him.   We think he was trying to get us into a perfume shop.  Nevertheless he brought us to the government shop, about which we had read, and climbed up to the top where there were tremendous views of the whole city. After exploring the Medina, we took a cab to the Bardo Museum.  I ...

Without new experiences, something inside sleeps

A travel blog entry by sorbus

17

... and 200 pairs of eyes stopped whatever they were doing to fasten upon us. It was slightly disconcerting. We stopped. People came over, including an apparent self appointed car park attendant who had more than a whiff of the aroma of beer about him. 200 people we thought. Gosh that's a lot for a deserted beach place. Then we climbed a sand dune and found about two thousand more. All on a white sandy beach stretching forever and solely used by the local village, ...

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This hotel, located on Complex Cape Gammarth, BP 86, Gammarth, is near Guellala Museum, Carthaginian Ruins, Carthage Museum, and Djerba Golf Club.
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