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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... our sanctuary of normalcy for the moment, with Aircon, clean toilets and where we are served food and beverage by smiling people surrounded by men, women and families, all happy in their own space and peacefully interacting. At McDonalds!
Not sure whether to be shocked, intimidated, of what. We asked of the young female receptionist back at the Hotel “where are all the women?”. Her response helped but didn't make understanding any easier. “They are at home, it ...
... Moroccan food, was cheap and did not once try to overcharge us. We also found a decent Italian gelato shop. Both of these we would visit numerous times over the last couple of days here, even getting to know the gelato shop owner quite well by time we left which was nice.
The last slight disappoint was the beach - although I am probably being a bit harsh as it was fine. The main beach is ok and actually stretches all the way back ...
June 9, 2014
Meknes to Tangier by train (85 dirham each)
3 hours per the schedule (ours delayed 1.5hrs)
Stay: Ibis Hotel - 400 Dh (few hundred meters from train station, very convenient)
We went out after 7 and found that most places were still closed and hardly looked as if they were beginning to open. The one place that did seemed to be packed were the coffee shops. They were filled with men drinking mint tea after a work day. This was like a happy hour would be and all of the cafes were packed. The one downside to the entire thing was they way the chairs were set up. They seemed to be set against the wall so everyone had their ...
... I spent 5 or so hours looking around the Medina of the city before making my way over to the more modern part of the city and the beach side area. After buying a souvenir, I then took the return ferry back over to Spain, and made my way over to Gibraltar (though actually staying over the border in Spain, where it was so much cheaper) for the final full day of the ...