Hotel Riad Casa Hassan Restaurante
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Riad Casa Hassan Restaurante Chefchaouen
Travel Blogs from Chefchaouen
... you go, no man likes having his sport team lose (I'm talking to you Mavericks, you could have beaten the Spurs!) and that feeling of refreshment when the game is over so you don't agonize over your team losing.
Awesome road trip, the last one I took was with my buddy Ian through Texas to see my sis do her half Ironman, at that time I had no idea the next road trip I would take would be through the mountains of ...
... Ouazzane, then red road 64km to Chefchaouen.....easy, peasy. We reckoned we would be there for midday and we could spend half a day plus the evening cruising around the pretty blue town, stay the night and catch the ferry to Spain the next day. It's amazing how plans can turn to custard so quickly!
... You can walk from one end of the medina to the other in 30 mins but that's difficult to do as you end up taking a detour because a particular street looked more interesting. After spending three days here you do end up navigating the street of the medina at least three times, some more than the others.
Chaouen truly has been an amazing introduction to Morocco. We have also heard that Chaouen has been the favourite city for travelers in Morocco. I think we will miss Chaouen.
... and fresh food shops/stalls, where the meat was so fresh, it wasn't even dead yet, you could pick your own chicken running around at the back of the shop! After a beautiful dinner of local dishes a few of us decided it was a good evening to relax at the hotel over a beer or two. That was at least until we found out how difficult it was to try and buy a drink in this small town. Turns out it is actually easier to buy hash (which is illegal in Morocco) ...
... to the handy dandy "Free All" pass that I carry around, aka an American passport, we breezed right on through the border crossing. In fact, we didn't even cross on the right side and the whole time the guards were smiling and waving, undoubtably glad to not be dealing with people who they saw as lower than themselves (the Moroccans). Now I'm not going to get into politics and white guilt and all of that, but I do want to say that until I started traveling I have never ...