Oriental Palace

29 Avenue Jean Jaures, Tunis, Tunisia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tunis

Roman Underground

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92


... and that would be a guy with a broom and not the vehicular kind).

Our first stop was about 60 km from Tunisia in a little town called Testour. We didn't stop for any particular reason except to show me a typical small Tunisian town and to partake in the ritualistic coffee break. Now Tunisians, as near as I can see, believe that any time is a good time for coffee as the outdoor cafes are always full. And the coffee is not the drip kind of coffee. The coffee is a ...

Medina and Bardo

A travel blog entry by tofor85


... as yesterday. Less history and impressive things to look at, alot of haggling and a driver that spoke even less English. Todays driver Othman, still did a good job, but there was little room for small talk or charades. We discovered we had better chance conveying our message in simple french and Italian.
The first stop at Bardo Museum took around half hour from the hotel. We had around an hour here. The museum is set at the former Turkish Palace and features ...

It doesn't seem like Africa.

A travel blog entry by bearethere


... items.

Took a break at the cafe at the top of the stairs and the beer was decidely citrus flavoured. I enjoyed it but not surprisingly my roommate didn't. She wasn't super adventurous.

Took a few snaps and back we went to the bus to drive around a little. He took us past the momument/memorial to the war dead from World War 2; mostly French and US soldiers, a few Canadians too. Then we stopped to look at some Roman aqueducts. I guess ...

Santorini to Tunis

A travel blog entry by worldmaddog


... strong headwinds and turbulence meant we chased better cruising levels...

Eventually the northern coast of Africa came into view....weather was still a factor with lots of Cumulus and associated bumps, but we made a nice landing at Carthage airport..we get ready to continue west....Algiers next!


The Gypsy Kid and a Balkan Mess

A travel blog entry by stanfalk


... that Bulgarians all think Macedonians are really just Bulgarians anyway and since its such a small country it may as well just quit being so stubborn and become part of Bulgaria. Its probably something along the lines as asking a Canadian if they're a state yet. Macedonia's other neighbors are Albania and Kosovo but the Kosovars are pretty much all ethnically Albanian these days so they count for the same in the mind of a Macedonian which is to say, ...


This hotel, located on 29 Avenue Jean Jaures, Tunis, is near Medina of Hammamet, Hammamet Beach, Citrus Golf Course, and George Sebastian Villa.
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