Laico Tunis Hotel
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... and Spanish tourists is not a quiet experience. We have dinner each evening with Alex and Julie a Ukrainian/American couple. They are very nice and interesting to listen to and share experiences. They live on Staaten Island and both work in the medical field. They take all the excursions going and spend time in the Casino so we only tend to meet at dinner time. Our dining time is the ...
... that parts of rural Tunisia are still very traditional.
DOWN TOWN KAIROUAN
It was after 6.00 pm when we finally arrived at Kairouan. To be quite honest we had no idea that our route via Kairouan would add such a long distance to our return to Tunis nor what we would possibly have time to see in the city. And it was still another 160 kilometers back to Tunis.
Kairouan, also known as al-Qayrawan is the capital of ...
... exciting to be in Africa and it all looked very exotic.
We usually find that paying the additional price for a Club Room in a hotel is very worthwhile, providing a quiet place to read and use computers, have breakfast and coffee and as well as an evening drink. The Sheraton Hotel Tunis Club facilities however were very disappointing. The service was half hearted and the breakfast food was less than ordinary. The evening drinks ...
... bordered on being cruel. English sense of humour injection please! I later suggested the cackle of the SS Helen reminded me of the Wicked Witch of the West, elicting more mutterings.
Turned at the aqueducts after 1400, heading for Uthina. It is a new Roman site that is the least visited in the country, arriving by 1415. No camera fee. The two principal sites are the amphitheatre and the Capitol. John has the Lonely Planet on Tunisia, apparently what Noubi was using ...