Chellah Hotel Tangier
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The buffet was amazing and great
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Travel Blogs from Tangier
... We visit Ronda's bullring It is the oldest bullring in Spain still operational It is very beautiful & has an interesting bullfight museum attached, with the history of bullfighting and costumes of the Matadors & horses etc. After lunch we wind our way down a dangerous mountain road. Sadly the superb views were ruined a bit by rain, but still majestic. Finally out of the mountains we arrive at an area full of golf courses and huge homes & ...
... taste of Tangier. We'd read that coming out of the ferry terminal we would be bombarded by Moroccans offering us taxis, directions, guides and colourful light fittings and the info was spot on, it seemed suddenly we had loads of friends. I gave them all my details so I'd finally have more than thirty friends on Facebook. We managed to shake them off by carrying on walking and made our way to our hotel. Our hotel was in the medina, the labyrinth old town of Tangier. We got a ...
... 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 ...
... you could write this down on an emerald, so he decided to give back the books to the Englishman and go back to learning from the quite desert. The man was looking for his Personal Legend as well, so even though they had different ways of reaching it Santiago respected him. He learned to live in the present. The caravan had almost reached the oasis, where they would be safe from 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.