Tunis is a city of great contrasts, from the bustling centre to the peaceful, upmarket suburb of Sidi Bou Said, and from clusters of smart, modern buildings to ancient Carthage.
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I stayed in Ariha hotel for two weeks and I honestly enjoyed! Hotel is nice, clean, seems new, staff very pleasant and kind. Location is excellent! Even being in the central town area, it is very quite and good and firm sleep after long (in my case working) day is guaranteed. I must say I was very much pleased with everything, bathroom, room. ... more
taxis in tunisia
hey guy just wondering does any1 know the distance from tunis airport to sousse and roughly how much it would be in a taxi or would i be better getting the couch transfers. cheers colin ...
Hey All, Looking for some reviews on 2 hotels in Tunisia 1) Hotel Yasmine - Hammamet 2) Hotel El Hana - Tunis Am planning school trip and these are 2 of the hotels the tour company is offering. Thanks for your help! ...
Hi everyone, I'm going to be studying Arabic at the Bourguiba Institute of Modern Languages in Tunis. I was wondering if anyone's ever studied there or knows someone who did. I would like to know how expensive is living in the dormitories and meals at the cafeteria? what kinds of places do the students hang ...
We arrived in Tunis yesterday, and so far we have been fleeced twice and nearly robbed once and almost sold a drum / lamp / vase by a man who had "a brother in Cumbria". Robber was clever but needs to practice his vanishing trick as we could both see the coin he'd palmed. fleecers include the friendly local ...
Posted in La Presence Anglais a Tunisia by urchinjoe
I'm in Tunis at Bryan's place and I've mostly been drinking and partying for 10 days now. I probably won't be able to get into Lybia, so I'll party some more and then go to Egypt. Important news (for me anyways): My publication in the scientific journal "Nature" will appear in the April 3rd 2008 ...
Posted in Fabrice Lambert's travel diary by 5fingerfab