Travel Blogs from Hammamet
Ccarvalhonuno stayed here on Mar 11, 2008 during their trip titled: Ccarvalhonuno's Great Adventure.
... This didn't surprise me ...
-----"It's not one particular government that's the problem, but governments in general. It makes no sense for revolutionaries to say, 'We need freedom! We need to be governed by SOMEONE ELSE." The aim of any revolution should be anarchy." - J.Breen philosophy
-----Some people claimed we needed governments to protect us from terrorism. Since 2001, governments had been taking away our freedom, in order to fight ...
... 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 ...
... and doors. And of course shops and stalls selling tourist stuff but it was a pleasant walk and there was a nice breeze. Next we went to the remains of the Antonine Baths which are on a large site in Carthage overlooking the gulf of Tunis and must have been magnificent in their day . Only the ground level still stands and they have restored one or two columns but it is easy to imagine the Romans enjoying the baths and sunbathing on the colonnaded ...
... they loved.
-----I felt relieved when I returned from Kerouan to my Dreedy family and Sminja. The only thing I needed to make my relationship with Sminja perfect was a girlfriend. Somehow, to my great surprise, I had found one.
-----In mid-March, this unmarried women whispered to me: "Nti besh turgud ma-aya?" (Do you want to sleep with me?) I quickly nodded. "Niheb." (Yes, I'd like to.) Her brown eyes widened and she swallowed ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
Historical Traveler Reviews Iberostar Averroes Hammamet
Me and my girlfriend stayed at averroes in July of this year and the hotel had good sides and bad sides.
Just returned (two weeks ago) from the Hotel Averroes and can recommend it . Went with my wife - our kids are a bit past coming with us - However, I will say that some of our friends would hate it there. so it won't suit everybody , more of that later.
I stayed at the Averroes for two weeks, (04. to 18. July 2006) with my wife, and our four year old son. In general, we liked it very much. Especially if we compare it to our other Tunisian experiences (this has been our fourth time). The service and the hotel staff are all very helpful and kind. Unless you want to explain something unusual and complicated, English language is no problem to them.
The hotel is very nice and clean, the probleme there are terrible customer service, no english, not much help, poor communication, complicating things, terrible food, we had diarria all our stay wich ruin our holiday, no responsible person available, (avoiding customers).the list continue. never returne again.
It has been a week since we returned from the Hotel Averroes. Would we go again ? No.
We stayed at the Averroes in Yasimin Hamment for a week at the end of May 2006.
Me and my boyfriend were in holidays in Averroes, and we loved it!
We went to this hotel on the strength of reviews I read on various websites. We, the public, are the only people who can give unbiased reviews as to whether a hotel is worth visiting or not. I therefore went to this hotel expecting something near holiday perfection, so some of my comments may seem slightly picky. However I want others to know exactly what they may get.