Tryp Mahdia Palace

Address: Mahdia, 5100, Tunisia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mahdia

A day of FUN

A travel blog entry by driftdestitutes on Oct 15, 2015

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... contact saying they were unable to host is this evening but would still be happy to meet for tea later. Firing up we find an affordable hotel option with breakfast included. When we arrived I tried to negotiate a better price 'sans' (without) breakfast. The feisty hotelier was firm with his broken English. The price was non-negotiable. We parked our bikes in the court yard and headed up to our room where we let our bags explode everywhere. Instant ...


A travel blog entry by jefehenk on Feb 06, 2015

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... at El Jem today. It was amazing! That's now two Roman stadium and/or coliseums I've visited in the past week. This one had gladiator battles and Christian executions and could seat 35,000 people. It is one of the most intact coliseums and about the fourth ...

Mahdia, Tunisia Fact Sheet

A travel blog entry by fais4 on Jan 11, 2015

... Couscous - most famous dish served with meat or fish and tomato sauce, Grilled Fish - a wide variety of seafood in Tunisia
Traditional Dress Descriptions: A Jebba for men (a sleeveless tunic worn over a shirt) or trousers and a shirt for simple days, A Sefsari for women (a white veil covering head) with a blouse and flowy pants
Famous Sites of Country: El Djem ...

Bye bye Bourguiba

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 11, 2012

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... in Tunisia and North Africa the city boasts a ribat and mosque. The mosque, unlike mosques in other cities, is located outside of the medina. As the birthplace of the deceased ex-President, Habib Bourguiba, Monastir also has the impressive Habib Bourguiba Mausoleum.

There wasn't time to explore the inside of any of the monuments so I had to be content with walking around the oustide ...

Return to El Jem again...

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 11, 2012

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... walking along the dark passageways under the area, there is some light along the way from the grills above. We peer into the dark cells which would have housed the captive animals and slaves as well as the larger rooms where the gladiators would have been prepared.

Climbing to the "gods" the highest seats in the amphitheatre we look down on the arena and can onlyimagine the spectacles which would have been played out below during Roman times.

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