Phebus

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

    A FLASHY NEIGHBOURHOOD

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 27, 2014

    5 photos

    ... windy and nobody really needed any quizzez from Noubi. Sometimes he flatly misses the mark.

    The Capitol was the most impressive structure, partially intact the better part of two millenia ago. It was built using opus Africanum, involving the use of larger stones in the construction process.
    The next area visited is an unknown temple, the Temple of the Herbalist. It had outstanding views over the lime green valley below. It also nicely framed ...

    Back to antiquity

    A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Jul 31, 2012

    10 photos

    ... the complex, with palestras and gymnasiums on either side and the natatio (swimming pool) beyond.

    Whilst the Antonine Baths are in many respects typical of other imperial baths, their design was influenced by location, resulting in a number of unique design aspects. Located on the Mediterranean coast, the natatio was open and faced the sea to take advantage of the views. Being ...

    1st day in Africa

    A travel blog entry by ashleykperez on Mar 02, 2012

    2 comments

    ... s perspective which was extremely interesting. Long story short, the man who ran the country up until last year was named Ben Ali. He promised the people of Tunisia many things, but never followed through. He was also very corrupt and the government took on similar characteristics of the mafia. He was accused of money laundering and limiting freedom of speech/expression. Personally, I had no idea about the levels of censorship that ...

    The Gypsy Kid and a Balkan Mess

    A travel blog entry by stanfalk on Nov 14, 2011

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... game is called "The Who Do You Hate More Game" and anyone can play. It started when I gave a verbal jab to the ribs of one of these guys by mentioning that I heard Alexander the Great was really Greek so I didn't understand why they had a huge statue of him in Skopje, the Macedonian capital. Or as its officially called, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. It can't just be called "Macedonia" because the Greeks are bigger and more powerful and ...

    Are you aready to barter?

    A travel blog entry by cc- on Sep 11, 2010

    7 photos

    ... research on what things cost. We had a good time but not on my return list. Max met a little boy about his age ..he was really cute...wait till you see the picture. We took Max to see the evening show called Villians Tonight ...I thought we would be there 10 minutes before he was ready to go ...he loved it and we stayed for the whole ...