Tryp Mahdia Palace

Mahdia, 5100, Tunisia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mahdia

Monastir, Monastary, Pretty Similar in the End

A travel blog entry by cadkinsca


... to the ritual sacrifice. I had a couple beers with some old English queens at the one open cafe (but we had to drink them inside) and took the train back to Tunis, where I had 24 hours to kill before my flight the next afternoon. 24 hours in a Muslim country on the equivalent of Christmas day. I found one open restaurant in a high-end hotel serving overpriced French food for dinner that night, and spent the next reading in lobby of my B&B ...


A travel blog entry by noyelles


... preservation. The tessera (stones) were tiny & the detail in them was amazing comparable with anything we have ever seen. The craftsmen & artists of the area were famous throughout the Roman Empire. Apparently only the Bardo museum in Tunis has as good works. Our guide then led us through the old quarter back to our hotel in Sousse. Still no sense re the AC so we slept with the balcony door open & were visited by the mosquitoes much to Dick's ...

Trip to El Jem and Sousse

A travel blog entry by justine28


New day and same rainy weather... Made a quick decision and arranged through hotel's concierge for a driver to take us for a day trip to El Jem and Sousse.

The drive from Port El Kantaoui to sleepy town of El Jem took little above an hour and town's main attraction - El Jem Amphitheatre - was visible from the outskirts and main road leading to the city. As soon as we got out of the car, it started raining (and I mean a downpour) and didn't stop for the most ...

El Jem - Yes, Another World Heritage Site

A travel blog entry by tendashseven


... be sticking to the floor mat. Busloads of tourists arrived at the amphitheatre during our visit. Clearly, organized tours are the norm. Arriving by Louage is a bit unusual. It is a long walk to the Louage station. Private runaway taxis are just fine.

As the taxi drops us off, a Louage with only one passenger calls out – “Are you going to Sousse?” (In Arabic). You bet! (In English) “Veet ...

Nice Coliseum in Tunisia

A travel blog entry by frawldog



Day 8

Amanda wanted to get out of this dirty place as soon as possible, so we woke up at 6 AM and took a louage to El Djem. El Djem is a city and also a coliseum. So we got off at the bus stop and then walked about five minutes to the coliseum. It is the third largest coliseum in the world. I liked it better than the coliseum in Rome. We got to go underground and see the jail cells and people on the main floor could ...


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