El Minzah Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Minzah Hotel Tangier
Classic old hotel in the Medina. We were given the choice to move the group to a modern, seaside hotel. I said "no way"! This is exactly the right location to be in Tangier!
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The drive from Fez to Tangier takes us about five hours, and is memorable for beautiful scenery, periods of story-telling and laughter punctuated by serious bouts of napping! Lunch is at a new hotel overlooking the coast with a view towards Spain. In the distance a ferry heads out of the same harbor where we leave North Africa for Europe tomorrow.< …
... screening, X-ray, and baggage search again, still only me, no authorities, and outside through the out door - no short cuts!
Vehicle Immigration checkpoint. Problem reading official immigration police red biro. Perhaps he should drink less beer (ok so maybe it was tea!) while he works and carries out official function! Pass. Wait here. No, wait at Moto. Now the campervaners have got off the ship, and there’s acres of white fibreglass driving towards us and a bit of ...
... br> Last week, after a month of researching and writing, my six friends and I moved from Rabat to Asilah for what we hoped would be a much-deserved vacation. Asilah, is a beautiful coastal town with a small medina, two liquor stores, and hundreds of cafés that may or may not all be owned by the same restaurant. Our AirBnB status got us an in with a man named Tariq whose sole responsibility, it seems, is to ...
... exploring the Medina. Can I just say how difficult it was to find campgrounds in Morocco, but we managed to locate one in Marrakech. Maybe “in Marrakech” isn’t the right description, the campground was located at the 10Km marker on the road out of Marrakech. In fact, that was the address! Google Maps had a lot of trouble finding that address, I can tell you! But find it we did and it was time to set up camp. Now, as we are staying in a tent, ...
... air and had to consider the possibility that when I came back down, I wouldn’t necessarily land back on the cart. Luckily, we made it back to town with no major incidents.
Dinner that night was an experience. We met up with Abdul, finding him even more entertaining after breaking his fast. Between his fluent Spanish and Arabic, and broken English, and our fluent English and broken Spanish and Arabic, we had just enough overlap to get by. After a while, everyone got ...