Dar Rass El Maa - Maison d'Hotes
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... to leave at 8. We hesitantly walked in, not sure if we were at the right place or if we had missed the bus, and asked if we could catch the bus to Chefchaouen. They calmly said yes and got us tickets and took our bags. Turns out we were at the right place and the bus was actually leaving at 8.30pm (although I'm pretty sure it was usually at 8pm as the 8.30 was written in pen). Made it onto the bus to great relief. It was very empty from ...
... video as was asked to step off bike with other drivers as a huge truck x Ray machine checked all vehicles. I now had 10 minutes to my boat departure and could feel my stress rising - get me outa here. With five minutes to go the X Ray man said "it's ok..." Ran jumped on my bike revved it up and sped off, only yo be stooped at the bs t rich about my SN overly officious day glow jacket westing guy - he insisted I stop, I ignored him and he started shouting ...
... year and she enjoyed the place (Chefchaouen and the hotel) as much as we are. Chefchaouen is certainly different, interesting and beautiful.
We had dinner again at our hotel with "the gang". The food is delicious but you are never quite sure what you are going to get because often things get lost in translation. The speciality dish is tagine, and we have noticed the Moroccan's are not big on vegetables.
... one of the twin beds and then put all our stuff on the floor in order to sleep in the bed. We upgraded to a larger small room.
Like all the hotels I have booked in Morocco, breakfast is ...
... we had been henna-ed we ate in, and were privy to a group of
tourists from Taiwan having some rather rowdy birthday celebrations for one of
the passengers. There staff at the hotel were very much encouraging the
situation dancing with the people and chanting Shisha! Shisha! For dinner I had
chicken kebabs and goats yoghurt for dessert.
After dinner I peeled off the dried black henna to give the
drawing that would remain on my feet, before bed!