Chellah Hotel Tangier
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The buffet was amazing and great
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... 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 ...
... fact in the seven days we are here we only spend maybe an hour or so in the Medina.
While the Medina was slightly disappointing it was not the end of the world as we had seen so many lovely and interesting Medina's on this trip what we were really looking forward to was some seafood with only really Casablanca being considering a seafood haunt. There was indeed much seafood on offer mostly little mom and pop top places against the ...
... 8:30am meant our room wasn't ready and neither were the employees. A couple of young and very friendly Moroccan men greeted us and apologised for being a bit slow during the process. One rushed off to buy breakfast supplies whilst the new guy did his best to field our questions. Without a room, and with no intention of 'seeing the sights' in Tangier (there aren't any) we nipped out for some breakfast before sitting down in the lounge room to use the ...
... materials on. In fact, building is interesting too - we saw a pavement being concreted, but it was like watching it a hundred years ago. A guy was making concrete by hand, mixing gravel, cement and water together using a shovel before dropping it between some rough boxing where another guy smoothed it using only a small hand trowel, like a mortar trowel.
i've been to the Tangier.There are few people can speak Spainish.i saw many people smoke from a gigantic pipe and that they passed from one to the other.And i saw the priests climbed to the tops of towers and chanted.The view there is amazing .I crossed the strait , looked up ,and then i can see the wild blue sky.
i've gone to many places in ...