Casa La Palma

Address: M'Tilaa 52, Chefchaouen, 91000, Morocco | B&B
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This B&B is located on M'Tilaa 52, Chefchaouen.
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    Travel Blogs from Chefchaouen

    Paris to Portugal

    A travel blog entry by farmersmart on May 20, 2015

    15 photos

    ... hot
    weather, after having cold weather in France.

    The next day I
    caught a train to Plentzia, a nearby seaside town. Because of repairs being
    done on the railway, I had to go by train to Sopela & then by bus the rest
    of the way. The bus stopped by the railway station & it was close to what
    appeared to be a tidal river. I walked along the river to the sea & right
    around the horseshoe shaped bay. It had a sandy beach & ...

    Day 4: from Sotogrande to Chefchaouen

    A travel blog entry by martinn on Feb 10, 2015

    5 photos

    ... was completely worn out. This team would eventually be towed on the ferry and towed off the ferry so their car can be repaired in Morocco.

    Around noon time we went for lunch with a couple of teams in a tapas restaurant in Sotogrande, where we had some really excellent food. The restaurant even gave us our coffee for free provided we'd place a sticker on our cars. Good deal!

    In the course of the day finally we had some good news: the ...

    Going into Chefchaouen for look around

    A travel blog entry by katie.thorpe on Oct 28, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... of the doors indicating if a family was a"holy family" meaning direct descendent of the profit Mohammed which was the same if they had a symbol of a hand on there door. Really interesting way to see around the blue painted streets and houses of the old town. The houses are actually painted blue four times a year and done so because it keeps the houses cool on inside as it repels the heat of the ...

    Morocco- Wrap-up of Week 6

    A travel blog entry by imdbling on Oct 23, 2014

    53 photos

    ... escape and make their way to Europe. Of course, once we got to the port, the police officers everywhere scared the kid away and he did not end up joining us on the boat back to Spain.

    The longest day ever was still not over, as we then had to take a bus back to Sevilla, and then board another bus at 1am which got us into madrid around 7:30. By the time I got off the metro from there and back to my house it was 8am and I only had two more hours before my first class of the day.

    No Chef in Chefchaouen!

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Mar 31, 2014

    21 photos

    ... day. They said that the moroccan guy who had immediately accosted them when we had dropped them off in Erfoud had told them that the local bus going to Fez had broken down and there were no buses till the evening.....however fortune would have it that he owned a restaurant!!! They managed to give him the slip, ran to the bus station and got on a bus that was just leaving for Fez! Why are the natives so surprised that tourists are so wary of their invitations?