Address: Les Cotes de Carthage, Gammarth, 2070, Tunisia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Les Cotes de Carthage, Gammarth, is near Carthaginian Ruins, Guellala Museum, Carthage Museum, and Djerba Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Gammarth

    Toward the Algerian Border: Destination Le Kef

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 12, 2014

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    ... feeling to experience such quiet and solitude in a historic site like Oudhna which at one stage would have been a thriving, bustling city. You could almost hear the noises and feel the pulse and presence of the people of this ancient time.

    It was only after 1993 that major excavations uncovered much of the Oudhna ruins and it is estimated that there is much more work to be carried out. This most probably is the reason that Oudhna is ...

    Farewell Sicily OR A Shaky Flight to Tunisia.

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 10, 2014

    5 photos

    ... and when we assumed our plane would take off. With a mighty roar however, the plane suddenly aborted take-off and nose down sent the engines into screaming reverse throttle. The plane skidded dangerously sideways off the tarmac and onto the grassed areas beside the runway. The aircraft was engulfed in thick choking clouds of dust and pungent burnt tyre rubber fumes, and black smoke permeated the cabin.

    "****, here we go again" I thought. This reminded me of ...

    Falling for Tunis

    A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 05, 2013

    14 photos

    ... First up on the tour was the Sanctuary of Tophet. The name Tophet is Hebrew for place of burning. This area is believed to have been an area of sacrifice under the Phoenicians who frequently sacrificed a child to their gods. The father would select the child to be sacrificed and on the designated day would dress the child, remove him or her from the home, take the child to this sacrificial site where the child was put to death by the father. The remains of the child were ...

    Back to antiquity

    A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Jul 31, 2012

    10 photos

    ... which are similar to other imperial thermae in Rome.

    The baths, like other imperial thermae were built along a central axis line with two symetrical halves. The arrangement of bath chambers is also typical with circular caldarium (hot room) flanked by smaller saunas leading onto a small tepidarium (warm room). From here bathers would access the large frigidarium (cold room) at the ...

    General info on Tunisia Trip (best trip EVER)

    A travel blog entry by ashleykperez on Mar 12, 2012


    ... give us the occasional thumbs up. It was so awesome to see the smiles on their faces, and I hope that we were able to brighten their day or give them a story to tell their families at the dinner table.

    I also enjoyed the fact that the Tunisians would always try and guess our nationalities while we were walking around the various towns. Surprisingly, several times I was asked if I was Tunisian or if ...