The next day we headed to the Bardo Mosaic Museum. We went by taxi (LRT is possible, but it wasn’t worth it,
since the taxi is only $3 and much faster). The Bardo is the premier museum for mosaics in the world. It’s a huge museum (3 floors) and every available square inch is occupied by a Roman mosaic. The building itself is quite a sight too – it occupies the former Bardo Palace. We spent about 2 hours here before we were all ‘mosaiced’ out. There’s a little souvenir shop that sells mosaic reproductions, but the prices were about triple what we had seen further south in the medinas (of course, maybe these aren’t made by children…).