Karthago Le Palace

Complex Cape Gammarth, BP 86, Gammarth, 2078, Tunisia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Complex Cape Gammarth, BP 86, Gammarth, is near Carthaginian Ruins, Guellala Museum, Carthage Museum, and Djerba Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Gammarth

    Tunisia

    A travel blog entry by mlsmalcolm on Apr 21, 2014

    16 photos

    ... and more phone numbers followed by the same warnings today to avoid any political unrest within Tunisia you have to start feeling that you are on a NATO exercise instead of a cruise. Anyway we ventured ashore on a short excursion which took us around Roman ruins which were more interesting than temples but not as interesting as ale houses, you can start to sense the desire for us to return home ...

    A FLASHY NEIGHBOURHOOD

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 27, 2014

    5 photos

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    The House of Trifolium [a cloverleaf] was the largest in town. It was the brothel. Speaking of earthy matters, a small public latrine was in good shape.

    An oddity was the presence of a 2nd c BC royal Numidian tomb. I say odd due to its composition but also the fact the Romans did not destroy it.

    The Caracalla baths date from the early 3rd c AD. They were not the size of some other similar complexes from earlier stops. Some of its mosaic ...

    Back to antiquity

    A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Jul 31, 2012

    10 photos

    ... the foot of the Byrsa Hill made it easier channel water to the baths. This made it easier to channel water to the baths from the Bordj Djedid cisterns fed by the Zaghouan aqueduct. Finally due to the proximity to the sea the baths required deeper foundations which meant that instead of being located in the basement the hypocaust had to be located on the ground floor with the baths above.


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    1st day in Africa

    A travel blog entry by ashleykperez on Mar 02, 2012

    2 comments

    ... by the Ben Ali regime. People would get in really big trouble for saying negative things about the government. Everyone was extremely paranoid and no one could say how they really felt. You never know if you were talking to a friend or an uncover policeman, who would then report you to the government. Eventually, Ben Ali and his family fled to Saudi Arabia, and within a week the country was reforming again in a positive ...

    The Gypsy Kid and a Balkan Mess

    A travel blog entry by stanfalk on Nov 14, 2011

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... should all be part of Greece even though they are culturally distinct and everyone in Macedonia has a name the ends in -ski rather than -os or -us. And unlike Greece, they even have names for male children than Peter, George, Nicolas and the occasional Spiros. In fairness, there are some Greek men named Alex but that's particularly outrageous to a Macedonian since a true Macedonian isn't as sure that the sun will come up in the east as he is that ...