Hotel Le Pacha

Address: 4 Avenue Khereddine Pacha, Tunis, 1002, Tunisia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 4 Avenue Khereddine Pacha, Tunis, is near Medina of Hammamet, Hammamet Beach, Citrus Golf Course, and George Sebastian Villa.
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      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 28, 2014

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      ... wanted to do some shopping.

      Suggesting that the SS Helen would need a jumbo jet to leave the country got me a frown. Peta Baby, what's with this conservative English humour? She seemed to haver less trouble with a hardward store stop to get some rope to strangle S&S.

      Noubi said the Zaghouan area is known for its wheat, olive oil and wine production. It was the same in ancient times.

      We reached Thuburbo Majus by 0945. The usual camera fee was paid 1 TD. ...


      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 17, 2014

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      ... covered arches. These medieval architects, Trav, knew what they were doing.

      Tony wanted to see if there were any travel agencies outside the medina re Kerkuane. We ventured out on a street that was mostly a pedestrian area with the occasional vehicle trying to snake its way along. Pots and pans, candy, shoes, clothes: you name it and it was for sale. No luck on the Kerkuane front.

      Some of the cats in the medina were not faring as well as their counterparts in ...

      Roman Underground

      A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 06, 2013

      11 photos

      ... dark espresso like coffee served in a very tiny teacup. Unfortunately, I am not a coffee drinker, but when in Rome.... so we found a small table near the front of the outdoor seating area, took a seat (as dozens of pairs of eyes stared at me), and Hassan ordered me a cup of Tunisian coffee with a little bit of sugar. A very old, slightly stopped man brought me the coffee on a serving tray, set is down in front of me and waited for my reaction so I gave it a go. First sip ...

      Falling for Tunis

      A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 05, 2013

      14 photos

      ... seriously and thank God gyms don't have that anymore – I can't imagine it was a pretty site).

      Most of the columns that made up the baths were just remnants, but there was a solitary pillar that remained allowing you to really appreciate the size and dimensions of the baths. As we wandered through the remnants of the pillars, I came across a pillar that was in the most magnificent shade of green. Now I have seen a lot of Roman ruins, but never before have I seen ...

      Couch Surfing at its best

      A travel blog entry by littlebush on Nov 30, 2012

      15 photos

      ... and market stalls selling all kinds of ****, and delicious smelling foods cooking on rickety stoves and BBQ's, with a rush of people scurrying around. This was Arabic culture at its best. The guys led me to a camel that is located in a mill that produces water. The camel is blindfolded and when it is whipped it walks, the cogs turn and water magically appears from the well deep down in the ground. I was told that the camel is brought here from a young age and never leaves until ...