Dar Meziana Hotel
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... in between like a spectacular work of art. Women worked high in the hills cutting the crop with sickles and men loaded donkeys. Then a car suddenly raced by hooting, lights flashing, and a guy hanging out of the window, waving a block of marijuana. Drug dealer, after drug dealer, then proceeded to target us flashing their lights and chasing us through the narrow winding roads, whooping, yelling, whistling and overtaking to jump in to ...
... br> tour of Coimbra, which is a very hilly city. We all climbed a tower at the top
of a hill in the university grounds, for a great view over the city. We stopped
off at an outdoor café on the way home for some well-earned beer. We had a meal
at a restaurant near our hotel, which was actually closing as we arrived, but
they re-opened for us & were very friendly hosts. A few of us went to a
pool hall after that for a few games of pool.
... me was no Alcohol. How it is even possible that I could spend 6 months planning this trip and not be aware of that is beyond me. Finally found the two bars in the area, but there were only a couple of ...
... the bus once again to our hotel. Our hotel in Tetuan welcomed us with Arabic tea and cookies we entered. It was late so our dinner was pretty quick, but also delicious. Soup with Moroccan spices, chicken and couscous. I'll be honest, I prefer Spain's food over this food, simply because there is more variety in Spain, and Moroccan food, although very tasty, mostly all has the same spices in it and therefore can become boring after it is put on pretty much everything.
... the cheap shared grand taxis. Sunday morning we started out by resting our aching legs (the Chefchaouen roads are brutally steep) by the Ras al-Maa cascades, a popular spot for locals and tourists alike to wet their feet in the water and just relax. Not wanting to deal with the multiple taxi trek, which was a bit haphazard, I suggested we go farther north to the larger city of Tetouan and just take the train back down to Rabat. All very well and good, and ...