Hotel Maria Luisa
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... trivia contest and Karl went to the lecture about the early explorers. The show tonight was the first production show featuring the HAL (Holland America Line) dancers and singers. It was a very high energy show, the costumes and the dancers were great and the singers were not the best we had ever heard, but were okay. We enjoyed the show. Our day in Tangier began with a room service breakfast, then we went to the casino to meet up with ...
... s castle at Disneyland. Not really real, remnants of an earlier time for tourists. I guess I much prefer the funky kasbah to the Intercontinental, and I'd have to say the most authentic of these places was Ronda and the infamous honeymoon suite. But every time I took a shower in that giant tub with the wide marble surround I wished there were grab bars so I didn't have to worry about slipping and falling as i maneuvered myself in and out. Sigh. At least I'm not exhausted now. ...
... of these tourists who spent the same amount of time that I did in Tangier and it looks like they just got done running a marathon. All sweaty and their faces show exhaustion and pain. They scan the rows chairs searching for an empty seat and some final reprieve from their long journey. We did a lot of walking today but for me it was nothing. My legs still feel strong like I could have done the tour twice. I know it will not always be like this so I am ...
... cleaning glasses. Some customers come in and buy things and the man who owns the shop asks him to work for him. He does for about a year until he can save enough money to buy a new flock. When he does, he decides instead to join a caravan across the desert. There he meets an ...
... food is different, work is different, construction, transportation, atmosphere, safety, government, family, everything is completely different, but the people are the same. I remember as a kid playing soccer and baseball with my brothers in the streets. Walking through Chefchaoen I found a group of boys playing the same sports that I did when I was there age. People are always searching for the ...