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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... allowed for them to be out”. “But you are” “Yes, but I am not married, and I love my job, so I can come here. But only home or here today”.
So we discuss the rules. St Andrews Golf Club has just changed the rules to admit women. You can find and read the rule book. But here the rule book is not written, but exists and has been developed over thousands of years.
So then you get a bit angry about a religion/culture that tolerates and/or ...
... so if you walk up maybe about 20 minutes or so you can have a patch all to yourself. I think we would have preferred a beach with calmer waters maybe, although at times it was also quite windy while we were there and I am sure that did not help. There is also another beach, Paradise Beach about a one hour walk away (you can catch a taxi there and back - or even take a horse drawn cart) and that was certainly a lot nicer and ended up walking ...
... family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">The 10:55 am train was the first direct train of the day to Tangier. At hotel reception, they advised us to take a taxi to the main train station rather than the Al Amir station which is closest to the Ibis. We hailed a blue taxi on the main road. All went smoothly.
... the wall and looking onto the sidewalks and street. It wasn't like a circular set up where people faced one another, it was just all facing out. Walking by them almost made me feel like I was being paraded in front of them and being from somewhere else made everyone turn. So after a bit of going through town we decided to head back to the hotel for dinner. And this was a great decision since they served tangine which was killer!
Day one was a ...
... It was a very different experience from last weekend, when it was the last stop on our nightmare trip home and we were confounded by taxi drivers who only spoke Spanish. It's much more prevalent than French up north, so we were often communicating with my limited Darija and Kendall's nonexistent Spanish. But in the centre-ville, we found marvelous French cafés and terraces overlooking the ocean, and enjoyed Tangier's quasi-European feel. ...