El Minzah Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- 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.< …
... least a couple of times during our stay.
I feel I am being a little negative and don't want to put you going off here, as it is certainly a nice enough place to stay and relax albeit with little to actually see.
The highlight for us was our hostel: Christina's House which was fantastic and we got to know the other people staying there quite well and they had some interesting stories to share of their travels and indeed ...
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It was past 4pm when we finally cleared customs, but we were buzzing! Out of the whole of the last nine months and all the fantastic things we have seen ...
... would deliver it as one big lump of facts and dates. I have to say that we did enjoy what we saw but we would have liked to spend more time looking at the workshops, especially the metalworkers and wool dyers. Maybe the fact that our tour was happening on a Friday, which is the Islamic holy day, had some impact on what we could see. We noticed that there were quite a few shops shut because it was the weekly holy day, but I’m glad to there were less touts ...
... 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 ...