Ibis Moussafir Tanger
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Ibis Moussafir Tanger Tangier
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... got to see where the rich folk live. He also drove around the different parts of town and pointed out some significant buildings. Later, we were dropped off at a lovely cafe terraced on the hillside overlooking the sea. A walk back through the markets brought us to some fabulous shopping. Vic bought a gorgeous necklace, but we had to do a lot of bargaining, eventually walking out. But true to form, the ...
... Immediately there were guys trying to grab suit cases and give directions, very intimidating and aggressive. I managed to work my way through the crowd and out of the port. At this time my phone was not working and I had no idea where the hostel was I was suppose to be staying at. Luckily, I saw this Canadian couple that had taken the ferry over with me walking and I asked if I could follow them as it was starting to get dark. I followed them to their hotel hoping they ...
... hefting our backpacks (which feel heavier every day) up the dusty road from the ferry landing, wondering which direction our hotel “of choice” would be in.
Hotel Continental seemed like a safe bet. Reviews say it’s within walking distance of the port, it’s an old landmark (so everyone knows where it is), and it’s huge. We saw a sign as we got near the medina and then we looked up the hill – there she was, like ...
... great guide, thank goodness, because navigating a big city with Arabic signage and few English speakers would have been challenging! The pictures tell the story of our day. We were back in Spain by 7:00pm and then arrived in Great Britain by 8:00pm. What?!?! That's right, we went to Gibraltar for a tour and late dinner, which is still a British colony. All in all we went through 6 different customs lines in one day. Gibraltar has a very big rock there, by the way. :) ...
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 ...