Phebus Hotel

BP 598, La Marsa, 2070, Tunisia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from La Marsa

Malta and Tunisia

A travel blog entry by suzywatson


... special "All Rounders" lunch, an elaborate meal put on just for those who have been on the cruise for its entire duration. The meal was wonderful including rock lobster and Norwegian salmon for the main course. Our tablemate was the head of housekeeping, a Filipina lady with a B.Sc. in civil engineering who has spent the past twenty years working her way up the ladder with Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines. It was fascinating to hear her behind-the-scenes stories of life on board the Black ...

TD 4

A travel blog entry by fmarquette

... new prof. He is very in your face but it's really good. We finished off the day bye going to the U.S. Embassy where we spoke with then about the U.S. Embassy's role in the Tunisia and the up rising.  End State: I am looking at writing about leadership in the middle east and how it affects the countries and ...


A travel blog entry by nacrobat


... Roman general Scipio levelled the site and symbolically sowed salt over it to prevent anything from ever growing there again, and even that I just read may have been a myth.

Today, Carthage is Tunis' toniest and most exclusive suburb and aside from it's grand history, it's nice to just meander around the port area, Byrsa Hill and all the grand, white mansions of Tunis' wealthy.

So on a hot, sunny day what better to do then, than ...

About to spend the day in Tunis

A travel blog entry by gypsying

... for which you make reservations at a given time but otherwise….just show up when you want to, sit by yourselves or with others.

Some of you have asked about sea sickness: so far so good but we have heard stories about how rough the seas can get aboard one of these ships so time will tell!!Today in Tunis. Tomorrow in Malta!

Still not quite able to post photos.....

Love to all, Elinor

The Ramadan Special

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey


... which is absolutely gorgeous. Following the tradition of Tunisian hospitality, they also offer glasses of mint tea, which was delicious. The family was multi-lingual and very welcoming and the house was very interesting. After a few hours, I returned to Tunis and rested for a while before heading out to the medina again. I walked past the mosque right as the muezzin was giving the call to prayer. It was an indescribably cool moment as I pushed past crowds of people in a ...


This hotel, located on BP 598, La Marsa, is near Carthage Museum.
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