Kinza Hotel

BP 224 , Hammamet, 8050 , Tunisia | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hammamet

Day 1 Hammamet

A travel blog entry by 30challenge

... of locals tried to sell us watches and sunglasses of the fake designer variety. Someone else was selling leather shoes. It would be nice not to be hassled on the beach; you expect it from market stalls because that's where you are trying to buy things - the beach is for relaxing.

As it's February, it's not a very busy place. However I would've thought that it would be very popular in the Summer. It ...

Medina(s)

A travel blog entry by wyalvin

... everywhere last time so we decided to go again. Same as the other time, we stayed at the roof top of a cheap hostel which only cost 6 dinar (3 Euros) where we can get a panorama view of the whole medina and sleeping under the full moon with shinning stars at night. During the day, we went shopping in the market in the Medina where we had such an unforgettable time bargaining with the shopkeepers. Mostly because of the ...

"Market research with locals in a local market"

A travel blog entry by hereon7

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... have a couple of tens, give him one( AS IF?) and ask him to come back.
The advantage of going this early is that i was not hassled by anyone as the locals were arriving/stall holders getting ready. Being an ex market stall lad (petticoat lane the real one that is!) i just went with the flow. Superb atmosphere and the place is awesome/huge think car boot plus veg plus fish plus livestock plus bike plus fruit plus pottery ...

Into Africa!

A travel blog entry by mothman

... bit of time, as was a bit mazey and had nice views. Enjoyed it in here.

Taxi (15DN) to Sousse. We wouldnt normally get taxis like this, but with four of us it was an easy option. Medina in Sousse was much bigger than in Monastir and walls on outside were impressive. Ribat was less interesting though, but still good views across to the Kasbah and ocean. Had lunch in a small cafe, just inside walls on far side ...

Before we say goodbye

A travel blog entry by justine28

Our last day in Port El Kantaoui, flying back home tomorrow morning. Spent the whole day at the beach, relaxing and enjoying the sun while we can.
In the evening - another expensive but amazing visit in Le Meditarrenee. Had a delicious vegetable gratin (Pete wanted to try it for the taste and ended up eating loads and paying compliments to the chef!) and some French-style beef (Pete says it was also amazing) and a ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on BP 224 , Hammamet, is near Hammamet Beach, Friguia Park, and El Mouradi Hammamet.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good