Lookea Beach Azur

Address: Tunis, Tunisia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Tunis, is near Medina of Tunis, George Sebastian Villa, Kasbah of Hammamet, and Pupput Roman Site.
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A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 19, 2014

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... We walked to the Bab Bahr, also known as the Gate of the Sea. Noubi noted there are two principal entries to the medina: the tourist route [Rue de la Kasbah] and that of the locals. We finally entered the medina at 1055. I told Cora today's tour would likely not get to the residential heart of the medina with great doors, kids playing, cats lounging and other great shots.

There are definitely more tourists today, courtesy of stupid cruise ships dumping their ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 15, 2014

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Had a decent sleep. Up a bit after 0600 for ablutions and further journal stuff.

Headed down for brekkie with Tony and the Trainspotter. Ate a bit more this morning. Can't get used to the coffee.

Farewell to the Trainspotter, replaced after a few minutes with PITA. He's fun to spar with. An au revoir for three days and back to the room.

Tobacco Man was up and about. He went down for brekkie as I uploaded yesterday's blog. Down to ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jan 23, 2014

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... was shown as a bearded man in a white robe, tied to the mast of his ship so he could listen to the Sirens, while his crew-members held shields and looked the other way. The poet Virgil sat with his young face and curly hair, while two females (the muse of pantomime, holding a mask, and the muse of epic poetry) served him. One mosaic showed Golgotha's Gazebo erected at the site of Christ's crucifiction, with four rivers flowing from it ...

Roman Underground

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 06, 2013

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... mosaic floor and at the far end of the courtyard, a larger bedroom (presumably for the parents) with lovely mosaics adorning the floor. It was surreal to walk through a floor of a Roman residence that was almost 2,000 years old and for all intense purposes was intact. (And oh did I mention the two seater latrine and private hammam on the first floor.) This place must have been amazing in its day.

The other remarkable villa was the House of Amprhitrite. Now this villa ...


A travel blog entry by nomadic1 on Aug 13, 2013

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... there, many things were closed.

I suppose the best thing about Tunisia was the people. After all of the rotten experiences I had in Morocco with the relentless touts and scammers, it was nice to see that not all of the countries in northern Africa are the same. There were a few attempts at scamming me when I was approached on the street with the 'I know ...