Atlas Les Almohades Tanger
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAtlas Les Almohades Tanger Tangier
Very nice place, but I prefer a more homey type place. This is big business all the way. If you want to get a feel for the real Morocco, don't pick this one. Food was ok but nothing local or special about it, caters to Americans who want American food. Although one can probably guess that by the photos and it was the tour company that made our choices for us unfortunately. Plus we didn't have time to use any of the amenities.
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Today is election day in Spain but you would not know it. No advertising, No Billboards, No sign of Polling Booths.We have an early start as we travel from Granada to Tangiers (Morocco) some 320km via the port of Tarifa (Spain). First we learn some arabic wordss:-
Hello - Mahabaa
May God be with you - Salum Akbar (I think)
Yes - Waha< …
... the driver but were already approached by another wanting to take us 'anywhere'. We told him we were taking a train. Thinking that was the end of it we went to the station settled in, checked which platform and all those things we need to. I then left Lee with the things for a moment just to take photos and there he was again with a offer to good to refuse if we wanted to go to the airport or back 4 hours to Casablanca! That's ...
... just wanted your money. I gave Tangier a fair chance, but overall I was disappointed and couldnīt recommend it. I had a hard time with the cultural differences, as well as how aggressive the people were. I couldnīt walk down the street without being harassed every 10 seconds. It just got old and made me uncomfortable. Maybe everyone was on edge because they had just started Ramadan. Either way, I decided against going deeper to a place where I didnīt feel comfortable.
... but it is also difficult to be lost for very long. In the case of Tangiers, if you could see the minaret of the mosque or the port, you could easily orient yourself and get where you want to go. Another thing that made it easy – it’s on a hill – go up and you are going towards the old Kasbah, go down, and you are heading away and out of the medina. Problem solved. Still lost? Any kid over 8 will show you back to your hotel or restaurant for ...
... to get back to the them with my camera and candies, which I successfully got to play with the kids and enjoy my afternoon with the two boys and the mom and mint tea! Tangier is wonderful, it's lively, it's crowdy and it's lovely! I'm heading to assilah tomorrow to enjoy the blue town and the perfect beach! And I also put down my name on the hostel poster the artist was working on, as they said I should work for them. Bye bye TANGIER! ...