Ibis Moussafir Tanger

Route Nationale 1, KM 12, Tangier, 90000, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Route Nationale 1, KM 12, Tangier.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Ibis Moussafir Tanger Tangier

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    Travel Blogs from Tangier

    A Day spent in Africa!!

    A travel blog entry by fiwigang on Jul 19, 2014

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... stunning view really where you can see the difference in the current where the bodies of water meet. From here, you can also see two mountains: Rock of Gibraltar (on the Europe side) and Jebel Musa (aka Mt Moses) on the African side, which, according to legend, are the "Pillars of Hercules" - in Greek/Roman times, this was where the earth ended (i.e. there was nothing beyond these pillars); a la 'flat earth society'.

    All the men dress in these ...

    Rock the Kasbah

    A travel blog entry by ldschaub on May 08, 2014

    8 photos

    ... flying past us as we got inside. Once we were finally inside, I was able to take a breath and get a grip on my surroundings. The hotel was very pretty inside, smelled good and was quiet. It was older but in very good shape. We went to the front desk and they spoke English so checking in was easy. When we got there though, Logan had started in Arabic and the receptionist was very excited. She told him to continue so he could practice. They also offered to give us ...

    Looking across to another continent

    A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on May 04, 2014

    26 photos

    ... is closer to what we're used to - still Arabic, but understandably, the most European/westernised city in Morocco. Many buildings bore reminders of its historical past when it was for many years under international jurisdiction. There was a Sunday market for fresh produce just beyond the Grand Socco. Here, Bedouin women from the countryside came to sell all their produce, mainly cheese and vegetables.

    An opportunity arose as we walked past the ...

    Raiders! pg. 116-153

    A travel blog entry by wilserien on Mar 21, 2014

    1 photo

    Santiago and the alchemist make their way towards Egypt and are eventually captured by one of the warring tribes. They are going to kill them, believing they are spies, but the alchemist tells them that Santiago is a sorcerer who can turn himself into ...

    The Road to Morocco

    A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Oct 31, 2013

    46 photos

    ... sum of 10 Dirhams each (that’s about $A1.25). You can stand in the Forum, look at a range of mosaics that were inside various houses, walk through the rooms of these old houses, walk through the Triumphant Arch and also the Decamus Maximum (that’s Roman for High Street) to the Tangier Arch. We spend about 4 hours there and had a wonderful time. I would strongly recommend anyone who visits Morocco to go there. This place is REAL history!