Hotel Atlas Chefchaouen
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Room service
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... giving them bread, and I got a picture of the monkey on my friend Sophie!
After our afternoon in Gibraltar, we took a ferry across the Straight of Gibraltar into a city in Africa called Ceuta. Although this city is in the continent of Africa, it is part of Spain. There are two cities in Northern Africa that are owned by Spain, Ceuta and Melilla. Apparently it is easier to cross the border into Morocco by going to this Spanish city first. Once we entered into Morocco, ...
... the hillside for acres as we wandered around the site. You could disappear down an unmarked well if you’re not careful because not all parts of the site are roped off; but for 10 dirham entrance fee - 80p and no gladiators posing we found it very refreshing. And it’s not everywhere you’d get an Iconic stork nestling on a Unesco preserved Roman Pillar.
Following a sign way in to the hills to Camping Panorama, ...
... tower. I was the only one up there & I
stayed up there for at least half an hour. There was a fantastic view of the
town & the surrounding countryside. It was really nice to sit & take it
we were picked up by private bus & taken to Coimbra in Portugal. Salamanca
is the oldest university town in Spain & Coimbra is the oldest university
town in Portugal. The time in Portugal is 1 hour behind Spain. ...
... the stairs and steep hills were just too much. Also, this is the first Arab country we have ever visited, and we are still trying to get use to the cultural differences. We must be getting a little old.
... interesting to see how they still do everything the traditional way and have done ever since they started back at the start of the 1800's. Then we caught a little train on wheels which took us to various stops, including where they store the wine, where they store and age the brandy and where they store, mix and age the sherry all in American oak barrels. We found it interesting that when they store the lower alcohol sherry they only 90% ...