Ibis Moussafir Tanger
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... to light the stairs and then climbed back up it to the top. And that's when you thought to yourself wait a minute, I might be a bit out of breath, but imagine mining this spiral staircase from the solid rock god knows how many years ago, and we're just walking up and down it like the escalator has broken down in Debenams. Next stop, the Ronda Bull Ring. There wasn't any bullfighting on - were not sick! But this was one of the very first bullrings and dated back to about 1750, in fact ...
... On the other hand, everyone else seemed quite pleased at our attempts to bridge the language gap from our side.
Continuing our walk, we entered a few shops.
We got a talk on the traditional hand-woven Moroccan carpets. Talk about a lot of work. They had several made in a factory by workers, but also had several made ...
... security screening and baggage search area, which was full of equipment and only one human - me, past the open door where the direction guy waived at me and pointed to the escalator. Up that, more pointing, through the arrivals queue, there was just me so it didn't take long, then to the two immigration Police, who nod understanding at my request for verification of the stamp from the single overworked officer onboard ship. Done, modified with special immigration red biro. ...
... it too much, I may just never book that return ticket I have open in another tab.
I will end by recounting that today, while Rachel and I were cooking dinner for everyone, I told her I make mashed potatoes when something heavy/traumatic happens. She giggled, a very Rachel giggle (muffled with one hand meekly covering her mouth), and said she wished she could always live with me.
I know she was saying ...
... boy if he would work for him. He had not had a single costumer in days but seeing that when Santiago was in his shop and costumers had come, he decided that was a good omen. Santiago told him that he could work all day and night, but then he would need money for a camel to get to Egypt. The man told him that was not possible- He would have to travel the Sahara ...