Rif & Spa Tanger

Address: Avenue Mohammed VI, Tangier, 40000, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Avenue Mohammed VI, Tangier, is near Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou, Medina of Tangier, and Tangier Casbah.
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    Travel Blogs from Tangier

    End of our Road in Morocco

    A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Jul 07, 2015

    2 comments, 51 photos

    ... a lunar month. The purpose of this fasting is to assist in the teaching of self discipline, self restraint and generosity. It also serves as a reminder of the suffering of the poor, many who do not have the opportunity to eat as well as others.

    In high volume tourist areas cafes, restaurants and supermarkets are open for business as usual, some even serving alcohol. However, in the smaller town or less touristy places many shops close in the late ...


    A travel blog entry by febailey on May 07, 2015

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... 2 children. He and his wife met in university, both studying English. Our driver is Hassan; always happy and smiling, a very sweet man. Our travel companion is Joyce, from NYC; very nice and knowledgeable lady. Unfortunately, Joyce has broken her foot and will be returning home. Hassan will also leave us in Rabat. We will miss them both. A different driver will join us in Rabat. Tomorrow we travel to Rabat, the capital of Morocco, where we meet 13 new travelers for the rest of the ...

    Spies and smugglers

    A travel blog entry by jackir on Aug 30, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    Tangier is on the Strait of Gibraltar and holds a very strategic position which has meant it's been fought over for centuries. Moroccans, Arabs, Spanish, Egyptians, Portuguese, Tunisians and then the English when it was given to England in 1662. Renowned as a spy and smuggling centre. Apparently about 3m Moroccans, about 10% have emigrated to Europe, mostly France. Much more Mediterranean looking from the port, white washed houses and not 'city' like. It's actually ...

    The Lost Cabbie

    A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Jun 07, 2014

    5 photos

    Author: Lauren

    Despite the relatively comfortable accommodations on the train we didn't get all that much sleep last night. Steve got stuck into the book he was reading and ended up putting it down just before 3am...after he finished it. I got a few extra hours of sleep however I did wake up a couple of times drenched in sweat. (When the train stops at a station the air con gets turned off or some reason.)

    Getting off the train ...

    Asilah Update

    A travel blog entry by hrehak on Apr 27, 2014


    ... br> Oddly enough, my only comfort in all this has been a continued effort to accept what I already know; everything is always ending, nobody knows how it will, and no one knows what they’re doing anyway.

    More soon about what I’m actually doing to fill my time. I promise it is not just navel-gazing. But I can’t promise it’s any less age-appropriate.

    All my love,