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< …
We completed our trip back to Tangier, where upon arrival, we gave the tips to Hassan & Mohammed, went to our rooms with plans to meet up again at 4 pm to go sightseeing. Meghan and I went to the restaurant on the corner and we each ordered a chicken couscous. It was huge! Meghan thought it would be big and asked if I wanted to share but I was …
... whilst developing the flavour and swirling any tea leaves to the bottom of the glass.
Myth has it that should the glass shatter as the tea is poured then the tea is poisoned. It is a sign of good faith on the part of the host that the best crystal glasses are used for guests who can be assured their tea is safe to drink.
There is an old Mahgrebi Proverb regarding the drinking of tea: The first glass is gentle as life, the second glass is strong ...
Arrived in Tangier, Thursday, May 7. Tangier, is on the northern tip of Morocco where the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea meet, forming the Gibraltar Strait. Gibraltar, still an English territory can be seen across the strait. Tangier was founded in 5 bc by the Carthaginians and through the centuries has been under the rule of many different powers. Today, Tangier is a thriving modern city, but within the walls of the old city life continues as it has for centuries. In 1777, ...
... we entered the walled city, we made our way to the Petit Socco (small square) before heading to the Grand Socco (large square) to get our bearings. The "roads" were so narrow, they make the streets we have already seen in Spain seem luxuriously wide! On both sides are shops filled with goods (baskets, rugs, leather, pottery etc.) and someone trying to convince you to look at their wares or eat in their restaurant. We opted for pure sight-seeing and made our ...