Hotel Golden Beach

Route de Sebta, Tetouan, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Route de Sebta, Tetouan.
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    Travel Blogs from Tetouan

    Trip to Rabat

    A travel blog entry by rubyrae on Aug 30, 2014

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    Bloody long bus ride I'm currently drenched from head to toe in my own perspiration. I'm sitting on a bus on a six hour journey. It's no joke 50 degrees outside and I'm thinking 60 in here. No fan or ac, two windows for the whole bus. Women in the Muslim outfits and so many people they have to stand in the isles. I was asleep and then we went over a bump and my chair broke and it hit the floor!!! The guy sitting across from me ...

    The Road to Morocco

    A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Oct 31, 2013

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    Day Two in Tangier – it was now time to dive into the Medina and have our first taste of the Moroccan madness (I mean apart from cars & drivers, touts & beggars). I know that the Moorish culture is a very old one and there some wonderful examples of their architecture, but I don’t think that the Medina in Tangier falls into that class. Nick tells me that I was just out of my comfort zone.

    I have to admit that one of ...

    The Real World: Morocco

    A travel blog entry by mchilds on Jul 17, 2013

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    ... to wear shoes at all times? Absolutely not. The word "ethnocentric" has been used on multiple occasions to describe our new friends, and I'd say that's 100% accurate. I'm just glad that none of them is at the orphanage because I can only imagine how well they would take that situation.

    Speaking of the orphanage, the Spanish Invasion is officially over and we are all thrilled! Well, almost all of us. One of the kids, Nuna, has been wearing their white hat everyday ...

    Coming Back With So Much More

    A travel blog entry by ar1656 on Jun 24, 2013

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    ... Morocco or brush our teeth with it (in case of accidental swallowing). Apparently, some people in my group did not take heed of the warnings and got ridiculously ill. The cause of this is the cleanliness and sterilization that we are used to in the US. The problem is that their water doesn't go through as rigorous of a sterilization process so we aren't used to what the water might contain. Therefore, many of the people in their country can drink the water without issue, ...

    1290. Achieving Superhike Status

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jul 13, 2012

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    ... but a little while later drives back.

    A herdsman, tending to his sheep along the side can’t contain his frustration. “Moroccans!” he snorts, “The sign reads 'road closed’—but nobody wants to believe it… they’ve all got to try and find out for themselves! This country is never going to change!”

    As I continue on, I think about this, wondering what this might tell about Moroccan culture. Moroccans ...