Golden Tulip El Mechtel
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... of this site before. Its blue skies and yellow flowers made for nice photographic opportunities. John and I were content if possible to take as much time as possible today to not only curb the Tunis shoppers but also to **** off a few of them in the process.
Had never heard of Winter [or Summer] Baths before but such facilities adapted to the heat of the surroundings. There was not much left of the basilica site.
There was a separate small temple dedicated to ...
... Tony couldn't access the water closet. The coffee man came along and just pushed the door open. I made him laugh by calling Tony a tourist 1 TD. $0.70 for two espressos; not bad.
The cafe had a coffee beans' shop across the street. I guess it would be about 20 TD for 2 lbs. I was pretty close for 100% Arabica at 19 TD and change. None in stock so settled on a 'superior' coffee, picking up a kilogram for 15.8 TD. I've managed to break five of the eight 50 dinar notes I got ...
... rather friendly town without another tourist in sight. And it was rather apparent from all the stares that they don't have many tourists through this part.
After our coffee break and walk through town we headed down the road towards Dougga, a Roman city built above the Kalled Valley in the foothills of the Teboursouk Mountains. The original name for the site was Thugga and it was a Numidian town (Numidians were the original inhabitants of what was then Tunisia) believed ...
... is far less. 1 DH equals about 60 cents US.) I looked at the guy as if he had lost his mind. No way fella. That equals about $810 US dollars. I walked out of the store with him screaming after me. “OK. OK. Sorry. Sorry. Too high. How much you pay?” I turned around and told him he had insulted me, was trying to take advantage of me and I would not bargain with him. “Sorry. Sorry. Lady pleeeze.” I turned around and told him to give me a reasonable number ...
... I did my business and flushed as normal. About 15 minutes later, Tahar himself went to the toilet and suddenly I heard a screaming from the bathroom. Worried that I had left a large floater, I ran in to see what the fuss was and somehow it seemed I had flooded the bathroom. After raising the alarm to the neighbour, a million towels were found and we were all on our hands and knees mopping up the mess, filling several buckets with water. I felt terrible but once all was cleaned ...