- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Indoor pool
- Heated pool
- Adult pool
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... Turks and Arabs believed the terrorists in their countries were either: supported by the C.I.A.; supported by Israel; or Islamic fundamentalists trying to establish their own governments in weak regions. Were terrorists in America targeting the U.S. government? Were they secretly working for the U.S. government? If any of these were true, it meant that if there were no governments, terrorism as we knew it would disappear. Even in today's world, few Tunisians ...
... and more phone numbers followed by the same warnings today to avoid any political unrest within Tunisia you have to start feeling that you are on a NATO exercise instead of a cruise. Anyway we ventured ashore on a short excursion which took us around Roman ruins which were more interesting than temples but not as interesting as ale houses, you can start to sense the desire for us to return home ...
... on this trip. Our excursion began in the Bardo museum in Tunis which had been opened specially for us as it is usually closed on Mondays . As a result it was very quiet and with a very good guide we were able to appreciate the absolutely amazing mosaics they have on display. It is housed in what was a Turkish palace and the inside of the building itself is beautifully decorated with painted woodwork, ceramic tiled panels and stucco decoration that ...
... was looking, I gave my girlfriend a secret note.
-----On the far right of this note, beneath the number "1.", I had drawn a moon and stars surrounded by black. Number "2." was in the middle; a head-scarfed girl was shown, opening the door to her courtyard; and written in Arabic letters was: "Weqt-ash? 11:30?" And "3." was on the left; a long-haired guy snuck through the door; ... "11:40?"
-----That night, I walked down her dark ...
... it was a reference to terrorists cutting off a person's head.
-----On my hitchhiking trip to southern Tunisia, I walked through a town. A young man asked me: Was I going to WALK all the way to southern Tunisia? I told him: No. If I did that, I would eat my head! We were near Mt. Chanbi, the only place in Tunisia where Islamic militants were said to be active. The young man's eyes grew wide, in fear that I'd gotten the wrong impression of his ...