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Sunday, 15 July 2012


ed (from Yuma)

A great post. I love those mosaics. I honestly had no idea that so much classical art and architecture still survived in Tunisia.


Very nice post Kirk. I enjoyed seeing those frescoes and the behind the scene look at the Colisseum (where Russell Crowe filmed!)!


Hi Ed - We were quite amazed....and a bit embarassed that we didn't know there was so much here.

Hi CC - We seemed to hit so many movie locales....


amazing photos!


I don't think you'd need to eat four different carbs even if you participated in an event at the Colosseum. Luckily the carb choices were passable. Imagine if the bread, rice, fries, and potatoes tasted amazing.

Did the tour of the Colosseum cost extra? It's remarkable how European and American tourists typically miss it.


Interesting about the catacombs. The entrance to the ones in Paris are also unassuming(if it weren't for the giant line outside they would be easy to miss) but of course the dozens of fellow visitors makes the morbidity easier to handle.


Thanks Kat!

Hi Christine - All admissions were paid for by the tour company.

Hi Lynnea - The place being empty, well of living people that is, made it quite creepy.

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