Hotel Atlas Chefchaouen
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the area outside the Medina appeared to be covered in rubbish,
which was quite contrasting to inside. I walked backed to the Kazbah and had a
Moroccan tea at Casa Aladdin on their roof and watched the sun dip behind a
After a day exploring it had been arranged to get henna
tattoos. The lady came to the hotel and each of us was drawn on using the
special henna stuff. The original plan had been to go outside the hotel for
... He was patting himself on the back that it being a 'locals only' restaurant, there was no English menu that all the other touristy cafes/restaurants had ... but I reminded him that there was no point having a menu at all (and there wasn't one) if there was only one dish served! We had been told that Moroccans don't generally dine out. It was certainly true in this instance as I was the only female at this cafe tucking into the b'ssara. I felt quite awkward. Perhaps ...
Leisurely start and visited the Cathedral built over 80 years starting in 1778. We then went on a tour of Tito Pepe sherry distillery, which wasn't all that interesting as it was all about marketing. Got a taxi to the bus station, then a long bus ride to the Coast. Had to change to another bus to get to the port for ...
... ended up taking a hike back down the hill, down 500m of stone steps (just what you want after driving for six hours!) into the old blue town for something to eat. On seeing a sign that said Italian food plus a beautiful view from the roof terrace, we thought we were onto a winner! We pictured a nice quiet dining experience holding hands across the table while we enjoyed a plate of genuine Italian food cooked by an Italian woman.
... were immediately approached by a lot of people providing their services. ‘Non, merci’ is the answer to all of these offers. One of these guys really got after us. He was loud but quite polite in general, spoke English well and was dressed in a suit with a tie pin. He offered us information even though we didn't need it. He said that he worked at the station and he's been assigned to help travelers like us. Human instinct is to believe another ...