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... restaurants had closed. A couple of drinks and we very soon crashed for the night.
... painted brilliant white with attractive bright cobalt blue trimming, reflecting the brilliant blue of the surrounding clear Mediterranean waters. Beautiful cascades of brilliantly flowering red and pink Bouganvilleas, weeping Australian Eucalypts, clipped pine trees and the old faithful, ubiquitous Oleanders made for an very lovely setting.
While the beauty and wealth of La Corniche was very much in your face, so were the huge ...
... liking cruising, the contrary position taken by Cora and yours truly.
The breakfast fare in Restaurant Le Calife was similar to that at Hotel Tiba save for some hot plate items [cold fried egg in the 'hot' plate] and halva, a nice sweet seen for the first time on this junket.
Probably saw the Brits ie the non-local faces. Not too many live wires expected from distant, first impressions. One gal with short hair is in shorts...in a Moslem country. I ...
... long for several things to be established. A scant few minutes revealed more tourists than we had seen in all of Algeria. The entry way we chose was through shops, itself unappealing, more so with constant invitations to visit.
Stuff is 'almost free' here. You get the impression you are being played when supposed handmade towels and the like are offered to you for 5, 2 and then 1 dinar [$0.70]. The tourist traffic is not large. It may be a slow time of ...
... from the ceiling but never reached the ground. The green, white, and gold arches ended at sharp points like tattooing needles.
- - The museum was in a Tunisian building from recent times. But, the items on display were from Tunisia's ancient Roman sites.
- - There were statues of Roman emperors:
- - Lucius Verus had a young face and curly fringe beard, Marcus Aurelius' face was older with more tired eyes and a bushy beard, ...