Tunisia Palace

Address: 13, Avenue de France , Tunis, 1000, Tunisia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 13, Avenue de France , Tunis, is near Medina of Hammamet, Medina of Tunis, George Sebastian Villa, and Kasbah of Hammamet.
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    Travel Blogs from Tunis

    Micky and John's latest adventure

    A travel blog entry by mickyjohn on Apr 20, 2014

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    We are coming to you this afternoon from a palatial villa outside of the town of El Kef. El Kef is a beautiful hilltop fortress stop once inhabited by the Romans, Byzantines, Punics, Ottomans, Arabs, Numidians and almost no tourists. When traveling we find the best joys in that which we just "stumble upon". We had hopped out of the jitney van in this town with only a list of hotels and no passable French ...

    WHICH IS OLDER: KERKUANE OR THE NEW GROUP?

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 18, 2014

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    ... It took a bit more than an hour to tour the site itself. Some reconstruction has obviously been done. The remnants are mostly two feet or less in height. Flowers are in bloom here. The bees are numerous enough to provide a constant hum.

    Some of the more significant sites and finds have markers. What I found most interesting was the potter's kiln. The tanit symbol, evoking ancient Egypt, was seen in one residence. The House of the Courtyard and Peristyle ...

    ROMANS IN NORTH AFRICA

    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jan 23, 2014

    ... related to power: for example, money. Maybe the Romans, with their many gods, were a colorful people - like Southeast Asians, Tibetans, traditional Africans? Maybe Roman women were independent and confident, like their goddesses?
    - - More than anything, the Bardo Museum exhibited mosaics. They'd been gathered from Roman sites all over Tunisia. They were large pictures made up of tiny square stones - some white, some light yellow, some ...

    Falling for Tunis

    A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 05, 2013

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    ... next mess. I walked through the exit doors after clearing customs (and remarkably after finding my luggage) only to find no one with a sign bearing my name. What the hell? I've never had this happen before. I wandered around looking for my name on that golden sign and nothing. Good grief.

    I pulled out my overseas phone and dialed the number of the agency in Tunis. No answer. Damn. I suddenly realized it was Friday prayer time, and I may not be able to get hold ...

    The Ramadan Special

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Aug 11, 2010

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    ... The smell of spicy cooking filled the air - apparently people were gearing up for the big fast breaker. A stray chicken strutted in front of me and somewhere in a house, a dog barked. A girl hung some laundry over the side of a building, and I was reminded that this is actually a town where people have to live, so I tried to curb my exploring somewhat and not intrude on people's private lives. I was dying to photograph some of the residents, but have vowed to try and ...