Chellah Hotel Tangier
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The buffet was amazing and great
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... our sanctuary of normalcy for the moment, with Aircon, clean toilets and where we are served food and beverage by smiling people surrounded by men, women and families, all happy in their own space and peacefully interacting. At McDonalds!
Not sure whether to be shocked, intimidated, of what. We asked of the young female receptionist back at the Hotel “where are all the women?”. Her response helped but didn't make understanding any easier. “They are at home, it ...
... and also have good seafood and beaches. In all regards we would end up a little disappointed although I would say with the later we have very high standards.
The town was pleasant enough (compared to most) and the Medina has huge potential and is certainly colorful (yes blues again) and has a great location right on the sea however it is a bit dead with a lack of shops and eateries with most of the action happening outside the ...
... family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">The 10:55 am train was the first direct train of the day to Tangier. At hotel reception, they advised us to take a taxi to the main train station rather than the Al Amir station which is closest to the Ibis. We hailed a blue taxi on the main road. All went smoothly.
... I spent 5 or so hours looking around the Medina of the city before making my way over to the more modern part of the city and the beach side area. After buying a souvenir, I then took the return ferry back over to Spain, and made my way over to Gibraltar (though actually staying over the border in Spain, where it was so much cheaper) for the final full day of the ...
... on the computer and put some ink onto the number! Back I went to my newfound buddy who then copied the number into his computer which now ties the van to my passport.