Hotel Riu El Mansour
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Swimming pool
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... a kilo of fresh dates. While I was busy fruit shopping Kory had been stopped by a local pharmacist and blogger. I think he may have been interviewing Kory....? I'm not to sure, either way we posed for a few photos and happily took his blog information, something to check out one day. The day carried on with few events, the occasional honks and frantic waves out the car windows continue to follow us. When we arrived in Mahdia I checked the phone to find a message ...
... tire and blankets. We make a quick stop to pick up Amines girlfriend Sabrina and continue on our way downtown. We weave up and down streets, in and out of traffic, around roundabouts taking every detour possible...I learn that we are avoiding the local police checks, we have to many people in the truck. Our 3km drive to the Medina turned into a 30 minute city tour! We hang out at the tea house and share stories of travel, family, education, and Tunisia. After tea we navigate ...
... 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 ...
... Current Leader(s) / Party(s): Mehdi Jomaa (Prime Minister), Moncef Marzouki (President)
Ethnicities (% breakdown): 98% Arab Berber, 1% European, 1% Jewish and Other
National Language(s): Arabic (Tunisian Arabic), French, Berber
Religion(s) practiced (% practiced): Muslim (Sunni) 99.1%, other 1% (includes Christian, Jewish, Shia Muslim, Baha’i)
... built, Thysdrus rivaled Hadrumetum (modern Sousse) as the second city of Roman North Africa, after Carthage. However, following the abortive revolt that began there in 238 AD, and Gordian I's suicide in his villa near Carthage, Roman troops loyal to the Emperor Maximinus Thrax destroyed the city. It never really recovered and today it is still a sleepy outpost - which makes the amphitheatre even more stunning - set against a backdrop of sparse low rise ...