Hotel Belvedere Fourati
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
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... I hoped Alan who was sitting in the back seat hadn't seen it - but he had. Thankfully Mohammad was an excellent driver - but we knew he must have been extremely tired. After all, we had clocked up a massive 600 + kilometers in just one day.
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 ...
... 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 ...
... for John concluded good times in Tunisia with both of them.
Up to Tony's room to see his rather swish/large oasis. Gave him some leftover bananas and a bit of water. Borderline emotional saying goodbye to Tony. We usually met most mornings for brekkie. Our similar politically incorrect humour was a further bond. Suggested maybe we might be able to do Columbia and Venezuela together early next year.
A few things done in the room to ready for a quick getaway. Bed by 2230.
... distant, pointing right out of the station. A map of the town outside the station confirmed things so we headed off to the World Heritage Site.
Sousse's heyday was the 800's AD. It was a commercial and military port, part of a regional defence system.
Got some caramel-coated nuts. They were like localized beer nuts. The guy charged me 10 TD for two hundred grams which was probably high but c'est la vie. The day was unfolding nicely.
... The Bardo Museum.
- - Ugly greens, reds, blues, and yellows decorated domed ceilings. The flame-shaped openings that usually topped Islamic doors of enlightenment appeared atop Doric pillars.
- - A mosque-like room had a delicate, bone-white material coverings its walls and dome with 3D designs of circles, protons, onion tops. A pure turquoise chandelier hung in the center.
- - On the museum's top floor, a ring of arches ...