Golden Tulip El Mechtel

Address: BP 3 Avenue Ouled Haffouz, Tunis, 1005, Tunisia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on BP 3 Avenue Ouled Haffouz, Tunis, is near Medina of Hammamet, Hammamet Beach, Citrus Golf Course, and George Sebastian Villa.
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      Day 51 - Tunis Tunisia North Africa

      A travel blog entry by ttdaniel on Oct 08, 2014

      ... exchanged stories about our day. We reminisced about what a fabulous day we had. Unfortunately Vivian and Rensia shared the costs of a taxi with another couple. The taxi driver left them in Medina, they got lost and were led by strangers further into the narrow alleys. Vivian said he felt unsafe and was worried about what might happen to them. They managed to find a woman who assisted them to the main road. Their whole day was spent walking the maze ...


      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 18, 2014

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      ... and put it on the roof of his car. He spoke decent English.

      It was quite warm. Ezz stopped to gas up, getting us small bottles of water. Unleaded gas is 1.57 TD a litre which is less than $1.10 Cdn. Last I recall back home it was the low $1.30's.

      It's about 116k to Kerkuane. The travel through small towns and the ubiquitous speed bumps made for a trip of some 2H 15M. There are electric trains, Guru, way out into the presumed suburbs of Tunis. Rte 26 ...

      Falling for Tunis

      A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 05, 2013

      14 photos

      ... I could at least admire the minaret from afar.

      We soon left the residential area and entered the commercial district or the souks. These souks had a very distinct pattern with cheap imported clothing in one area (not part of the traditional souks), Tunisian hat makers (the little red box hats are known as shishias), an essential oils area (I bought some), a silver market, a gold market and a traditional clothing market. The souks were surprisingly small for ...

      Between Sky and Sea

      A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld on Jun 27, 2013

      13 photos

      ... Said, it was formerly called Jabal El-Manar. In the 12th century Sidi Bou Said established a sanctuary. Through the years Turkish governors and wealthy citizens built their homes establishing a city. In the 1920‘s, Rodolphe d’Erlanger applied the blue and white theme all over town. Now, the city is more like an artists colony. It is located on top of a steep cliff which overlooks the Mediterranean sea. The view is spectacular. There are red bougainvillea draped ...

      Get Us Outta Here

      A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Jan 08, 2013

      5 comments, 18 photos

      ... made for very badly behaved domestic tourists in Korea) and a concern for the future of Nepal, we were consistently left wanting more.

      Then I talked DH into a Tunisian look-see!!

      We knew we were heading for trouble when the connecting flight from Dubai to Tunis was one of the worst we had ever experienced. It seemed to be an airlift of migrant workers from Tunisia returning home with copious amounts of booty. In North America a ...