Chellah Hotel Tangier
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The buffet was amazing and great
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... both in Turkey and here, it was nice to have time to take it easy and recoup.
We flew here from Istanbul which added considerably to our daily average expense. We will leave on the ferry to Spain which costs $50 each. And we rented a car which added $48 per day (car and gas) during those eight days. But overall, we felt Morocco accommodations are way over priced making traveling here rather expensive.
... bus, which looked official enough.
Trusting him was the best decision we could have made. He was nice, funny, and incredibly smart. He spoke at least five languages—Arabic, English, Spanish, German, and French, from what we could tell. He and the bus driver, Mohammed, welcomed us to Tangier once we settled down on the bus and the guided tour began.
We first started off with a drive through downtown Tangier. It’s quite modern and ...
... looks like." Even though I realized my mistake, something he said to all of us later in the first week pulled me back to that first gut reaction. “You’re here 4 months; you’re still a tourist. Stay a year and you begin to know the culture.”
Now, I don’t think I have too many delusions about passing for a native here. It’s hard to when almost every man follows you with his ...
... just closed (mutter, mutter) and made a booking to go back there for dinner that night. Which we did and had a great meal. Would I go back to Casablanca, if I came back to Morocco? No! Once is enough – I’ve been there, I’ve been to Rick’s and I’ve done some shopping. Next location please!
And that was Marrakech! I think that Marrakech is one of those place names that inspires your imagination. And we were really looking ...
... who really had no desire to go more than fifteen feet without stopping. Every time he did stop, our driver (for lack of a better word) was indignant to say the least, and would tap the side of the cart with his whip. However, just about the time we reached the main road and our driver wanted to go faster, it became clear exactly why our horse was reluctant to travel. I guess that something he had eaten wasn’t really sitting well, because with every step he took, he ****** ...