Dar Chams Tanja
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDar Chams Tanja Tangier
It's in the Medina. The hosts are French and very helpful. The rooms are well appointed and everything works. There are views of the harbour and Spain in the distance. Overall, a nice place.
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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.)
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... we know what would happen in the second half of the tour... :)
So, after lunch, we kept following our guide through narrow streets with many shops and even more people on the streets trying to sell us some small nick nacks - leather belts, souvenir magnets, pouches, keychains, shirts, anything you could think of. Then our guide entered into one building. It looked super clean and luxurious comparing to any other places we saw today. He walked up the stairs, we ...
... and looks as unlike the medina as you can possibly conceive. Facing the Place de France since 1927, the grand Café de Paris is the most famous of the coffee establishments along Blvd Pasteur and the outdoor seating was perfect for people watching while consuming more mint tea (overdosing on even more sugar).
It is not commonly known that Morocco was one of the first countries to recognize the fledgling US of A back in the late ...
... gettin lost in the souks again!!! So we came out back at the square where we started, and we were like, oh was that it?! Hilarious. Great fun. So then we tried one of the other circuits that these tourist maps were telling us to walk, then we got lost....very lost...and we came out somewhere where there was another map and it said 'votre etes ici' and we were like, what?? We r there?! So then we tried to find our way back and we came out somewhere else and foud another map ...