Hotel Samara

Route de la Corniche, Sousse, 4001, Tunisia | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Route de la Corniche, Sousse, is near Mahdia's Old Town, The Great Mosque (Sidi Oqba Mosque), Palace Dar Nejma Ezzahra, and Medina of Kairouan.
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    Travel Blogs from Sousse

    ISLAM'S FOURTH HOLIEST CITY

    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Apr 10, 2014

    ... Muslims of today had to free themselves from Mohammed, from his guilt. They would feel lighter and free; and they'd enjoy their lives more.
    -----Currently, Mr. Idriss was telling me about Europeans he knew who'd converted to Islam.
    -----He receited a "surah" for us. His voice rose and fell, taking a deeply meditative but pained tone. It moved with the rhythm of a patternless song. I had to admit, this surah sounded beautiful coming from the mouth of ...

    A PLACE OF LEGENDS

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 20, 2014

    7 photos

    Up before 0600 for a shower and computer time. Down a bit early for brekkie [so noted by Omar]. Tony came along so the Algerian Committee was in full attendance. The Chancellor of the Exchequer aka John was invited to break bread with us. The dumb elevator at the hotel always stops going up or down at the restaurant.

    Sol is struggling to break through in overcast Tunis. Why are we leaving at 0930? Mr Monosyllabic [Alan, however spelled] actually made an ...

    Hey Kairouan Aren't You Guys Happy to See Me?

    A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 07, 2013

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... for the construction of a building (I guess this was the first form of sponsorship). As a result, the amazing gymnasium was given the Petronii name after the family that had funded its construction.

    Now what makes the Palestra so amazing is that it was surrounded by a portico and one entire wall of that portico, which was constructed of Corinthian grey and yellow streaked marble columns, remains in tact. The inscription at the top of the wall reads (in Latin) “This is ...

    Caravan to Kairouan

    A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 11, 2012

    22 photos

    ... of courtyard, is 31.5 meters high and is seated on a square base of 10.7 meters on each side.

    It consists of three tapering storeys surmounted by a small ribbed dome.The first and second stories are surmounted by rounded merlons which are pierced by arrowslits. The minaret served as a watchtower, as well as to call the faithful to prayer.

    It is the world's oldest surviving minaret and wasthe prototype for all ...

    Yellow cab

    A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 02, 2012

    ... as we drive back to Port El Kantaoui how in the 9th century astute Phonecians thought that the site they named Hadrumetum, now modern day Sousse, would benefit from being developed as a port, to the modern day astute Tunisians who developed the site of Port El Kantaoui for ...