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november 9th

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november 9th

Hiya All :)

Myself and boyfriend are coming to Tunisia on 9th November and staying at Les Orangers hotel all inclusive but wondered is there a dress code at night in the restaurants and we also sometimes like to go out for locally for meals wondered whats near there and is it near the main bits and if how much taxi's or buses are to going other places etc and and whats the weather like at the moment and heard a lot about landing cards whats are these we fly Thomas cook from Manchester.

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1. Re: november 9th


You've given the thread a bit of an obscure title for the information you're after, which is possibly why nobody has replied.

Les Orangers is regularly mentioned on the forum, and is acknowledged as a very good AI hotel. A couple of suggestions...

- Les Orangers has it's own Facebook Group, so have a look on there.

- The forum has an expert on Les Orangers called Dustyjoe. Have a look through some of his postings [or send him a PM], and you'll find out all there is to know about the place.

Edited: 6:14 am, October 31, 2013
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2. Re: november 9th

Dustyjoe is the man with the good insight knowledge of the Les Orangers. Hopefully he would get back to you on the dress code at the hotel

Answers to your other questions:

1 - Going it locally from meals:

There are several chic restaurants along the path to the Marina. Bit pricey but the quality is good. La Bouillabaisse restaurant has some excellent seafood dish.

In and around Yasmine there are other places for eating to choose from. There is the English run bar/restaurant Steakhouse. In Old town Hammamet, you will find many others places where the locals eat. Most visible is the Berber restaurant at the roundabout near the Kasbah. By the Kasbah itself is Cafe Sidi Bou Hdid. Ideal for eating, drinking and watching the world go by.

2- Taxis

Taxi fares from les Orangers to any main parts Yasmine or Old Town Hammamet should no more than 5 dinars (£2.50). But be sure the drivers put the meter on.

3- Weather

Historically November has often been a warm month. Not sizzling hot, but warm enough to sunbath and swim, Average temperature day time would be around 25 to 30 degrees. Evenings are slightly cooler. So you may need to pack a cardigan or a light jacket

4. Landing card

Landing cards are given by your plane’s cabin crew. It is requirement that you fill in your details and your passport details. It is for presenting at the Passport control upon arrival at any Tunisian airport. You should also remember that you will also have to fill in a landing card again on your departure from any Tunisian airport.



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