Hammamet Regency Hotel

Avenue Monceq Bey 112, Hammamet, 8050, Tunisia | 3 star hotel
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Day 1 Hammamet

A travel blog entry by 30challenge

... spell had meant that we left Cornwall with plenty of time before the flight, in case of accidents on the road. Other airports around the country had either cancelled flights or delayed ones. Ours seemed to be ok and on time. Once we'd checked in, we sat in the departure lounge watching the breaking news story that Whitney Housten had died.

Despite the ice our flight left on time at around 5:45am. ...

Medina(s)

A travel blog entry by wyalvin

... with limited budget, we stayed on the beach for the whole day, eventhough the city was quite boring, i had such a good day there, the beach was perfect for swiming, the water was at the right temperature, not too wavy, the weather was perfect as well, not as windy as sousse where the sand could cut through your skin. It was the perfect place for us to relax after a long day of shopping and site seeingwith our bags. we ...

"Market research with locals in a local market"

A travel blog entry by hereon7

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... the farmer told me not to! Very hot place lots of action going on which you could in no way photo normally. Donkeys without the impression of cruelty define that!
Colours/vibes/sounds/tunisian people go early and sample the real place. I left 0900 and that's when things get in my view worse,tourists arrive most locals go into money mode, head there and back early it's well worth it.
Regards Hereon7



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Into Africa!

A travel blog entry by mothman

... bit of time, as was a bit mazey and had nice views. Enjoyed it in here.

Taxi (15DN) to Sousse. We wouldnt normally get taxis like this, but with four of us it was an easy option. Medina in Sousse was much bigger than in Monastir and walls on outside were impressive. Ribat was less interesting though, but still good views across to the Kasbah and ocean. Had lunch in a small cafe, just inside walls on far side ...

Before we say goodbye

A travel blog entry by justine28

Our last day in Port El Kantaoui, flying back home tomorrow morning. Spent the whole day at the beach, relaxing and enjoying the sun while we can.
In the evening - another expensive but amazing visit in Le Meditarrenee. Had a delicious vegetable gratin (Pete wanted to try it for the taste and ended up eating loads and paying compliments to the chef!) and some French-style beef (Pete says it was also amazing) and a ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Avenue Monceq Bey 112, Hammamet, is near Hammamet Beach, Friguia Park, and El Mouradi Hammamet.
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