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I usually don't write reviews, but this place is great. See on booking.com
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... the Kasbah (fortress) where we enjoyed Moroccan tea on the rooftop terrace of the old palace.
By the time we made our way back to the Medina and started to find our way out of the maze (a trick seeing as there are only one or two gates through the walls on the port side), it was time to head back to the ferry. There is much more to Tangier than our whirlwind tour, but it was a remarkable experience. I hope the pictures can do it some justice!
... wall but unfortunately the seafood was average at best. Worse it was a constant struggle money wise as every place we tried over the first couple of days here tried to over charge us and that ruined the place for us even more and while there we some more upscale restaurants selling seafood we were just so put off by that stage.
On the more promising side food wise around the 3rd or 4th night here we found a place called Ali's which ...
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... were fast tracked past the Police and immigration controls then on to some smaller coaches, English speakers on one and all the others on another, we were then driven to some caves outside Tangiers, I didn't quite get the significance of these other than Def Lepard had played a rock concert there and it was in the Guinness book of Records. Then off to Tangier for lunch, soup, bit like ...
... shorn only every three years! That's why their wool is worth far more than a sheeps
* The Jewish population in Morocco exceeded 250,000 at one point but then in the 50s to 70s most of them emigrated to Israel or the US (including the American sisters we went camel trekking with)
* The founder of Fes was a descendent of Mohammad (GGGG grandson or something) This makes the city a fairly important pilgrimmage point for ...