Residence Dar Sidi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Josh and Grace headed into the Medina to do some shopping and buy refreshments.
The ribat, whilst built as a fortification, also became a religious centre and was for some time a place of pilgrimage.
It was erected in 796 AD and has been enlarged several times making it probably one of the largest surviving ribats in North Africa. It was enlarged on the north side ...
Remaking the Life of Brian
We try unsuccessfully to recreate a scene from the Life of Brian, you know the one where they are talking about the People's Popular Front of Judea and .... but the extras I'm
working with forget their lines and eventually we have to give up. Minutes of planning gone to waste.
But we are pleased to be back after such a short time to soak up the atmosphere and wander around the deserted amphitheatre ...
... are: one of The Head of Medusa Iand The Triumph of Bacchus. There are also a significant number of exhibits from the excavations of the catacombs of the Good Shepherd.
After visiting the Bardo Museum in Tunis we wander in awe around the mosaics and other artefacts on display here.
... we were here. We know that the vendors are disinterested since they are no where to be seen. A few of the shop keepers call out and engage in conversation, but it's more of a friendly exchange, almost doing what is expected rather than expecting us to go into their shop and buy.
We'd decided in advance not to take any photos of the amphitheatre today. On a two day trip, with an overnight in the desert, we're unsure whether we'll be able ...
... and other worldliness.
Commissioned by Abou el Abbas Mohammed in 850AD from the oustide the Grand Mosque has a fortress like appearance and is devoid of the typical tall minaret tower which is used by the müezzin to call the faithfull to prayer. Later, in the 11th century, a domed building was added and this continues to serve as the minaret. The courtyard is paved with simple slabs separated by rows of broken paving set in the ...