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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... security screening and baggage search area, which was full of equipment and only one human - me, past the open door where the direction guy waived at me and pointed to the escalator. Up that, more pointing, through the arrivals queue, there was just me so it didn't take long, then to the two immigration Police, who nod understanding at my request for verification of the stamp from the single overworked officer onboard ship. Done, modified with special immigration red biro. ...
... you. Let me go ask my manager since I'm just a worker bee here and can't make the decisions." Sure enough, he wrapped it up and we were off. When I asked Logan if we got a good price he said we probably got ripped off a little bit but to get it any lower we would have had to look through another hours worth of rugs and we didn't really care to do that.
So I had my scarf and a couple of other things and it was time to leave the market area and go see ...
I'm lying in a beautiful bedroom I have to myself for the first time in a few days. The walls are white and red clay colored, covered in tapestries; transparent, gold, and sweeping across open windows. I can hear everything in and outside of this house; the sound of Elise singing "I’m yours" in the living room, a baby crying from another medina home, two Moroccan men upstairs on our blue terrace talking with ...
... an artsy little beach town up north that was really lovely. We had lots of stories from the week to catch up on, as we walked around and admired the town's murals painted here and there on the otherwise whitewashed walls. In the evening, we took a horse-drawn wagon to a place called Paradise Beach, which became one of my favorite Morocco memories because it was such an unlikely expedition. When I say wagon, you have to realize it was a flat plank ...
... barely a road to speak of at this point and it felt like we almost ran over several people. An hour later we arrived.
Tangier itself is an interesting city. The port sits at one end and then the city sprawls across the valley. The old town sits within its walls in the center of the valley, and around this lots of narrow and steep streets wind, many with shops and stalls spread around. We jumped out of the taxi next to the Medina, and ...