Hotel Belvedere Fourati
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... But what a fabulous day it had been. Mohammad had tried his very best to provide us with a wonderful tour and we were more than grateful. At 10.00 pm we were past eating which was just as well as all the hotel restaurants had closed. A couple of drinks and we very soon crashed for the night.
* On 20th March 2015, a group of Islamic State Terrorists attacked the Bardo Museum in Tunis, killing 20 tourists and three Tunisians, including a ...
... and there is also a significant fishing industry.
Ahmed dropped us off at the resort area of La Corniche where we strolled along the attractive waterside boulevard, somewhat surprised by the number of French named hotels. It did seem strange to be in an Arab nation which is still largely sign posted in French and despite being independent for almost 60 years, still has such a strong French presence.
Like Tunis, all the ...
The trip kitty will be 60 dinars, roughly 25 pounds. Some English were complaining it was listed at 20 pounds in the materials but Noubi claimed 'inflation' which probably translates he can play the role of big tipper at our expense.
Noubi was fussing about the manifest form which I'd misplaced. I said I'd fill it later [not the end of the world stuff].
People eventually assembled in the lobby and disorganization continued. Let's ...
... the shop of a mosaic tile worker named Samigaib. He had in his hand a depiction of the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks' emblem. I've included a shot from his shop in the blog. His work looked good but any shopping will have to come later.
Our wanderings took us back in the direction of our entry point. Had an espresso [pas de sucre for Tony] at the Cafe Souayah 2.5 TD.
We took a final swing around. Photographs of spices always offer ...
... Diana, Goddess of the Hunt, looked sympathetic in a short blue dress and canvas boots; she aimed her bow-and-arrow at a doe as it grazed from a tree. The God Theseus was shown in the middle of a labyrinth, killing the minotaur.
- - A male and a female centaur, naked from their horsy bottoms upward, crowned a woman who was made up nicely with earrings and who had round and supple breasts, who herself was naked except for a queen's robe. In ...