Vincci Flora Park
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- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
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... in Tunisian Arabic instead of this dead language, the people might've read more and empowered themselves.
HONORABLE MENTION included: NO FREEDOM IN LOVE; THE EXALTED STATUS OF MEN IN ISLAM; YOUNG MEN'S FASHION; and LITTER.
-----This brought us to The Top 5 Best Things about Tunisia!, a strong list which didn't need much explanation.
1. FRIENDLY PEOPLE
2. GREETING EVERYONE
3. THE SOUTH
4. ARABIC ALPHABET
... what could be misconstrued as cynical views no doubt. The weather is starting to be more what I suppose we are to expect within Europe for this time of year but is a big change from what we have been used to but it is quite good to have a gradual return to our climate. We sail to Menorca tonight where we are due to catch up with friends so looking forward to that before heading home via Lisbon. Sent from my ...
... on this trip. Our excursion began in the Bardo museum in Tunis which had been opened specially for us as it is usually closed on Mondays . As a result it was very quiet and with a very good guide we were able to appreciate the absolutely amazing mosaics they have on display. It is housed in what was a Turkish palace and the inside of the building itself is beautifully decorated with painted woodwork, ceramic tiled panels and stucco decoration that ...
... was looking, I gave my girlfriend a secret note.
-----On the far right of this note, beneath the number "1.", I had drawn a moon and stars surrounded by black. Number "2." was in the middle; a head-scarfed girl was shown, opening the door to her courtyard; and written in Arabic letters was: "Weqt-ash? 11:30?" And "3." was on the left; a long-haired guy snuck through the door; ... "11:40?"
-----That night, I walked down her dark ...
... Semia was hilarious, because she made jokes and didn't care who she offended. She looked like a dimpled fourteen-year-old, and I was sure she'd experienced no emotional trauma her whole life. She was always joking to me that a different one of her neighbors (for example, Hmida) had "klaa rassu". This meant, literally: he'd eaten his head. It was Semia's favorite way of saying someone was dead.
-----She had taught me this phrase. At first, I ...