Golden Tulip El Mechtel
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... the currency of Tunisia. But merchants are more than happy to receive and exchange with your American Credit Card, American Euro, American Sterling...any money that Americans are carrying are welcome in Tunis. The guide took us to his store and discouraged us from buying from the other stores. The bargaining leverage is really advantageous if you know how to bargain. A bag can go from e250 to e50 or e75. A lot of the goods are done by master artists such as rugs, ceramic ...
... is filled, there is an expectation that it will be transported to its destination by a given date and a route is determined. This may involve road, rail or sea transport to the dock at which it will be loaded onto the ‘main’ ship and a consequence of this plan is that there has to be space at the container terminal to store said box and a sequence of storage that will identify where it is in relation ...
... As tasty as a pork tenderloin or back bacon sandwich is, I don't see them supplanting beers at my next party. I'll try not to stray too much here and get too nasty but I just have to shake my head at the inconsistencies and hypocrisies of religion. As a small example; the sale of alcohol to Muslims in a supermarket on the holy day is verboeten but those same Muslim brothers and sisters are free to get ****-faced in a bar if they so choose. Makes perfect ...
... recent independence from France. This loving and generous family has hosted our daughter in their home in a caring and supportive environment. We could not thank them enough.
We dined on a seafood Ojja which is an Tomato sauce and egg mixture with mussels, Kibbi Kabbab (a lamb sausage), a fantastic Tunisian salad loaded with Fennel, Tuna and diced vegetables, grilled chicken and a lovely harissa sauce which I came to both love and hate.
... they said 11-11:30. I don't understand why people are always late. I hate. I'm always on time and don't understand why they have to always be late. We met some people on the boat, who were American and Canadian and we were all staying at the same place. There were two sisters. One had studied in Morocco, so she spoke Arabic, which was quite helpful. Her sister was studying in Malta, which is its own country and it is in between Tunisia and ...
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