Hostel Yasmina

Address: 12 rue zaida al-horra, Chefchaouen, Morocco | Hostel
 
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This hostel is located on 12 rue zaida al-horra, Chefchaouen.
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Travel Blogs from Chefchaouen

We're going to Africa!!!

A travel blog entry by katie.thorpe on Oct 27, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... had limited time, we decided just to look and enjoy walking around this castle instead of getting to know the history of it. It was however a great place with nice fountains and gardens beautiful smelling roses which is always nice. We then went to Tio Pepe sherry distillery where we did a tour of the estate, we fist got a power point presentation of the history of the estate and how they make the their wine, sherry and brandy. It ...

Chefchaouen - day two, Morocco

A travel blog entry by mikeandmichelle on May 04, 2014

5 photos

After a huge breakfast at the hotel, we all squashed into a taxi for the trip to Chefchaouen. The taxi driver kept us entertained - I had concerns at one point the car wasn't going to make it, but the old Mercedes with over 800,000 on the clock came through for us. Chefchaouen is beautiful. Still a very busy place but a very different atmosphere to Tangier. People here are friendly and not as pushy. Could stay here a bit longer but we have to leave around lunchtime tomorrow to catch the ...

To the North and Too Far North: Chefchaouen

A travel blog entry by maggiedavies on Apr 14, 2014

... We were no different, although I tell myself I'm a superior breed because I actually live in Morocco. Unfortunately none of the meals I ate were great, and I was missing Mama Aicha's cooking back in Rabat. However that was the only strike against this otherwise incredible place, which quickly became my favorite city in Morocco. While walking around I was attracted by a sign above a shop that read 'Berber crafts; learn about Berber methods; no ...

No Chef in Chefchaouen!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Mar 31, 2014

21 photos

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Chefchaouen and into Spain

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Feb 07, 2014

3 comments, 13 photos

... a great deal, and although the six of us managed well I cannot say the same for the unfortunate woman in the seat directly behind me, who spent the first hour making all manner of alarming noises into a bag, then passed out altogether.

Chefchaouen was a holy city, and closed to non-Muslims, until the 1920s. The road wasn't built until the '80s or ‘90s, and so the city is comparatively untouristy. It is also built on the side of a mountain, ...

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