Hotel Tarik

Address: Route de Malabata, Tangier, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Route de Malabata, Tangier, is near Medina of Tangier, Tangier Casbah, American Legation, and St Andrew.
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          Travel Blogs from Tangier

          Into Africa (have I got that right?).

          A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Sep 20, 2015

          1 comment, 3 photos

          ... building. Apparently the exterior is World Heritage listed and the interior quite modern, functional yet still attractive. Again thanks to Katat who I can only assume is Luius's son or daughter or has far too much time on their hands and trolls through bizarre blogs looking for factual errors. No really I appreciate the attention to detail and the note. We are just moving. No we're not. We have been side tracked (literally) at Antiquera San Ana (don't bet on ...

          Visiting my Sixth Continent

          A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on May 04, 2015

          12 photos

          ... br>
          We had a bus tour of the old city and the hillside neighborhood where the expensive homes and houses are that belong to the royal family. We stopped to see a camel drover who was going up into the hills with several camels and some newborn camels. Several people had short camel rides. I did that in Australia and didn't care to try it again. For 30 years, until 1956 Tangier was controlled by a coalition ...

          المغرب –

          A travel blog entry by winegalcj on May 01, 2015

          10 photos

          ... It is nearly impossible to turn away someone when the place will be empty for an hour. Once you’re in, you’re in for as long as you like - but don’t overplay your welcome). The dinner was fabulous – local fresh oysters, a lovely salad, a “paver” of fresh Atlantic tuna, a solid local wine. The place was full (only 10 tables), and they wanted our table (people were waiting). So they invited us to go downstairs to the ...


          A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on May 10, 2014

          82 photos

          ... resident music nerd, I was definitely geeking out. It was so, so interesting to hear the Moroccan music because it’s a mix of modes from both Arabic and Spanish roots, so some of it sounds quite melodic and some not at all. It was interesting to hear the ending notes for some of the pieces; lots did not end on the tonic (or didn’t have an identifiable “do”) so the audience didn’t clap at the end (well, except for me because I figured ...

          Pg. 66- 86

          A travel blog entry by sparklez on Mar 23, 2014

          1 photo

          There was a change in perspective and we end up in the perspective of an Englishman. this man wanted to find the "language of the universe". He worked in a corral type place. Santiago was also in the corral. He was reading a book that was hard for him to get pas the first part. Santiago and the Englishman both went on the caravan and shared stories and books. Santiago learned only a little from ...