Rym El Djamil

Route du Cap de garde, Annaba, Algeria | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by tezzatravels


... claimants to the imperial throne was Maxentius who razed the city in 311 AD. After Constantine defeated Maxentius at the Battle of Milvian Bridge the new emperor re-established the city. As a tribute, the city changed its name to Constantine. Today it is the third largest city in Algeria.

We drove through traffic to the Mosque Emir Abdelkader. The city has a new tram system. It has been selected as the Arab city of culture for 2015 so much construction work ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels


... The chips had to be sent back as undercooked. The salad came a decided third in time 500 AD.

Most went to the hotel bar for a drink. The beers were Heineken and Beaufort, all beer drinkers opting for the latter. Couldn't tell from the label, Roddy, where the beer was made. It had a somewhat tart taste but was smooth going down. Over the course of two beers chatted mostly with Ken about his Slovenian wine tasting this fall, similar trips, wines around the ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels


... to assist with waking up.

Down to the restaurant for very strong coffee [warm milk needed], juice and nice croissants; a pretty quiet group at 0500.

Left the hotel after 0530 under the cover of darkness with a police escort to the airport. I am looking forward to time to do a bit of a walkabout for some architectural shots. Algiers seems a bit in a time warp that way, grime the only addition since independence.

Erwin gave us ...

Cruising the blue sea...

A travel blog entry by stumarineurope


Hello..day at sea today cruising between Valencia ..Spain and Tunisia ..Nth. Africa.
all good here, relaxing ,eating and drinking almost in that order...
Loved Valencia very much.
will tune in again when we have better wifi.
love to all
marl & Stuart ...

7th Algerian blog

A travel blog entry by graves35


... on some of the restorations. The highlight of the day was the ruins of ancient Djimila which was started in the 1st Century by the Romans and later expanded by Christian Romans into a city of 10 thousand residents. It was sacked by the Vandals in the 5th Century and abandoned by the Byzentines in the 7th Century. The ruins show the standard Roman influences of water, sewer, baths, toilets, forum, ...


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