Casas Karen De Los Caņos
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
- Smoking rooms available
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... in the centre of the old medina, little narrow winding streets, typical Moroccan town, and the owner showed us the the restaurant on the next corner, run by friends of his. It was closed but they were still inside so they opened up just for us and we got bowls of hot Moroccan soup, and a meatball and egg tajine. Just perfect. Tomorrow the weather is supposed to be brighter and less ...
... mosques use loudspeakers. But there don't seem to be any dogs here, so there's no howling at the cacophony of bad 'callers'.)) All the big old cities, like Granada and Tangier, that have remnant walls remaining, are big, modern cities. Tangier has skyscrapers. We could be staying in the Intercontinental. The walled area here, that includes the kasbah (residential area) and the medina (market area) is maybe 1/30th of the whole city. We are staying in a cool guesthouse (a 'dar' ...
... a good idea to make a display case outside of the shop and the crystal merchant says no because he is afraid of the crystals breaking. Santiago says that the business will go better if the display case is made and says that they will earn more money.
Santiago needs the money to get to the Pyramids and the crystal merchant is confused as to why Santiago is so determined to get there. The ...
... otherwise the area looked very undeveloped. Very simple and rustic look. Very beautiful! It's such a contrasting difference from a few days ago when we were driving Costa del Sol, Mediterranean side of the Spanish southerns coast where we both almost choked from countless amount of buildings and cars.
We saw only one kiteboarder and several surfers in a very wide and open long long stretch of sandy beach (Probably about 20km ...
We left jerez de la frontera in the early morning to catch a bus with a very tight connection in cadiz down the coast to tarifa. We had been thinking of visiting both tarifa and tanger for a number of years and had never tried it before largely due to my daughter's tendency to thrown up on long bus journeys. The journey went very smoothly and i would recommend this as a route from jerez. There is a direct bus from jerez but ...