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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
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... passport - just surprised it didn’t need a photo) the websites advised using a Moroccan guardian for this, (who hang around the port hoping to earn a few Euros) because it was so complicated. Which we did only to find a five year old could’ve completed it in more eligible hand writing for a bag of sweets. The day arrived and we chatted to a German couple waiting in the queue at the port, typically German, their map was studied and hi lighted ...
... We then left the bus for our walking tour of the medina (the old town). Abdul led us up and down through a maze of streets no wider than hallways, passing homes, shops and restaurants. There were lots of interesting sights and smells -- mostly good smells, as it was lunch time and lots of people seemed to be cooking. We didn't make any stops for food, but luckily we had brought along some jerky and chocolate which satisfied us until we could ...
... the coast.
But still, it was strange to imagine that this renowned battle had occurred on the very spot we were sailing over a couple of centuries ago. The water was totally still, for a start; once again we had next to no wind. We were also thrilled to get our first sight of Africa, although all we could make out from that distance was the ...
Many people have become fascinated by pictures and words and other forms of entertainment or "fine art" and that quote means that since man has created all these things for people to enjoy there is no more original thought. And to me, original thought is the language of the world. Because the language of the world is unspoken and when things are unspoken there put into thought and original thought ...
Santiago finally arrives in Tarifa and has his dreams interpreted by a gypsy. He tells her that in his dream he is always about to find the location to a hidden treasure near the pyramids and that he always wakes up right beforehand. The gypsy then tells him that for one tenth of the treasure he finds she will interpret the dream. She tells him that he can trust the dream and that there is actually a treasure near the pyramids but that's all she knows. He then meets with an old man who ...