El Minzah Hotel
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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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... chicken an I wasn't even hungry - they almost gave me a full one for €5!! Lol. Also got a leather shoulder bag for €18 but it's really nice so not bad to pay. Couldn't really sleep as we were all paranoid about bed bugs even though it's been sprayed. Gave Hayd some sleeping tablets and we was mumbling within ten mins then straight to sleep haha. Off to Spain tomorrow! Ready for it as well ...
... 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 ...
... that, so far, Asilah has not fully felt like a tranquil respite for anyone in the house. (I apologize to anyone and everyone who, justifiably, feels the need to roll their eyes, but this whole blog is self-indulgent, so I hope you’re not surprised.)
That all said, I think this is why
1. We don’t know what we are doing with our lives.
2. This whole thing is ending.
3. We ...
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... the Jardin Marjorelle. It is a plot of land that was owned by the son of a French furniture maker who moved to Marrakech to concentrate on being a painter. He spent 10 year having an amazing garden built and it was opened to the public in 1947 but by the time he died, it was abandoned and fell into disrepair. In 1980 the garden was discovered by Yves Saint-Laurent and Pierre Berge who bought it and saved it from being turned into a hotel complex. They decided ...