Hotel Charf

Address: 25 rue El Farabi, Tangier, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 25 rue El Farabi, Tangier, is near Medina of Tangier, Tangier Casbah, American Legation, and St Andrew.
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      Travel Blogs from Tangier

      Spies and smugglers

      A travel blog entry by jackir on Aug 30, 2014

      1 comment, 16 photos

      Tangier is on the Strait of Gibraltar and holds a very strategic position which has meant it's been fought over for centuries. Moroccans, Arabs, Spanish, Egyptians, Portuguese, Tunisians and then the English when it was given to England in 1662. Renowned as a spy and smuggling centre. Apparently about 3m Moroccans, about 10% have emigrated to Europe, mostly France. Much more Mediterranean looking from the port, white washed houses and not 'city' like. It's actually ...

      The Lost Cabbie

      A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Jun 07, 2014

      5 photos

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      We eventually got let into our room at around midday and for the price we paid it was extremely basic. We had a largish room with a bunk bed in it. That's it. There was one shared shower/toilet on each floor in the hallway and we had to use our own towels. Also, the Wi-Fi signal didn't reach our room. This was the cheapest room I could find in Tangier and it cost us $40 a night. We're definitely not in India any more.

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      A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on May 10, 2014

      82 photos

      ... around our wrists as a bracelet. She didn’t speak a word of English but was very sweet and we took a picture with her. It’s possible that she does that for all the girls who come visit the shop, but we still felt special. We then went to other various places in the large marketplace, including a jewelry shop (where I was sorely tempted to buy a dagger) and a spice shop. The guy at the spice place was a dude in sandals and a “lab coat” trying ...


      A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 03, 2014

      ... or so eating some bread that I'd bought. I found a store that had a black owner and it just so happened that there was a customer who spoke perfect English in there at exactly that time and helped me buy a giant loaf of bread. In the medina they actually have community kitchens where someone bakes bread for the whole neighborhood and you can pay them by the day or the week. And it's got real fire and a big chimney and looks like a pizza oven but they bake ...

      Part 2 Personal Reflection Entry #1 (47-86)

      A travel blog entry by miradomberg on Mar 23, 2014


      ... But I cannot mind read so I do not know if one can communicate through it. I'm sure some people can, and it works for them. For me I don't get how that works. And I don't get the whole what’s the Language of the Universe thing. Well of course yes most people speak English in this world, but I also that is not what the Alchemist is trying to figure. I've thought about that a lot know, just I cannot figure it out. ...