We've read enough on this and other sites to believe that Tunisia is currently safe. Our local travel agents told us they largely stopped selling packages to Tunisia though because of political instability and the conflict in Libya. They did say if we really want to go they do have a few charter flights still going. That is good, because we are pretty sure we still want.
The question is really where is best? My wife and I will be travelling with our 15-month old son in about 2-weeks time (basically the second half of September). That means that we will for the most part be just relaxing at the resort, as our son will limit our exploring a great deal. We would still like to be able to get out of the resort on nice walks to experience a little of the local life, easily get baby supplies, and also see a few sites as long as they don't require all day trips. Based on this, where would be the best place to stay? We are thinking Sousse since it is not purely a tourist town like we understand Hammamet to be. Any recommendations on areas, specific hotels, and/or anything else would be appreciated.
Also, if not renting a car, how easy is it to get around with a baby stroller using public transport?