Karthago Le Palace
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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The wide open Place du Victoire with its lovely fountain and splendid Bab el Bhar was a very pleasant place to stroll. Well, that is until we noticed that the entire city centre was surrounded by razor wire covered portable barricades and a very strong military presence. Camouflaged tanks and heavily armoured military vehicles surrounded the streets and expressionless, serious armed military ...
... elliptically shaped arena 67 by 36 meters. It had an estimated capacity to seat a staggering 16,000 people which makes it the third largest amphitheatre in Tunisia (after Carthage and El Jem).
Oudhna's Capitol is considered possibly to be the largest temple of Roman Africa and was dedicated to the three supreme Roman deities Jupiter, Juno and Minerva. Today, there is virtually nothing left of the original temple. ...
... glistened on his forehead, the only sign that anyone seemed at all perturbed by the experience. I remember rolling my eyes at him and he responded by placing his hands in a cupped prayer position. Things were not looking very reassuring.
Our plane then slowly taxied its way back to the terminal where we were sure that the passengers would be asked to disembark and wait for another flight. But no - there was no notification from the pilot or flight ...
... own ways. The Payumos, Mallari, and Alcafaras will be going back to San Diego. The Casanovas to the rest of Italy on another tour. James and Anna to England. Mike and Michelle will spend a couple of days in Rome with the Petrivellis. Auntie Norine, Uncle Mike, my parents and I will go on a Tuscan road trip. The Fellowship is breaking but we will definitely see each other again. On this trip we definitely have bonded as family. Enough with nostalgia, tonight we will party. We ...
... 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.