Best Western Hotel Toubkal
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... chats when the French rugby fans at the table next door found out our nationality - and us being such big rugby fans! Just as well France won, and we escaped into the (still spooky) night. Home via ice cream store as didn't see any sign of it at the Movenpick Hotel - why do they think we went there in the first place?! (ps " foot " note - I tripped on the Beirut-style foot paths and broke my trusty Merrell sandals, can't walk any more so it really is time to go home ...
... turtle at our last riad.) What you can't try is the endless cheap orange juice being fresh pressed for you in every restaurant, at every market, in every town plaza, at every unexpected refreshment stop on the trekking trails in the mountains. These refreshment stops are often just a basic ramshackle booth with maybe a bench or rock to sit at, a nearby donkey who carried in the oranges and the squeezer and a bunch of coca-colas, and a low smoking fire with a kettle ...
... Rick’s Café is a restaurant and bar that opened in March 1, 2004. The place was designed to recreate the bar made famous by Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman in the movie classic Casablanca. It is set in an old courtyard-style mansion built against the walls of the Old Medina. I had read a review that the menu is a little pricey and somewhat of a tourist trap but on scrutinising the menu displayed at the entrance, an all you can eat brunch was advertised for ...
... got to the ferry terminal & discovered we weren't leaving from Gibraltar as I had expected but from Tarifa instead. So we only saw Gibraltar from a distance which was a pity because we could have taken a day trip from Marbella if we had realised but at least we saw it in passing. When we got to Tarifa the wind really started to blow & when we were pulling our cases across to the ferry I really thought I'd blow away - I ...