Hotel Riad Casa Hassan Restaurante
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... come out in a photo which was disappointing. On our journey the bus’ digital thermometer display indicated that we started from Jerez with an outside temperature of 36 degrees, which along the way rose to 38, and went down to a cool 30 at Algeciras.
We did some passport stuff at Algeciras before boarding yet another bus which took us to the ferry (45 minutes) which left from Tarifa. More border crossing checks and finally we were away ...
... tarts at the tram
stop, but they were quite delicious. In the afternoon we caught the subway to
the bus station & then had a pleasant 3 hour bus trip to Olhao. We walked
to our guesthouse, owned by an Australian couple. They welcomed us with beer
& wine on the rooftop terrace, from where there was a fantastic view of the
town. We went to a seafood restaurant on the waterfront & had a delicious
morning was ...
... Using drugs is against Islam but there is a demand, especially in Europe where it is exported by the Mafia. We returned from our hike hot and sweaty; its another high 30's day with extremely high humidity. After talking with our Book Group friends via FaceTime (the wonders of technology) it was off to another authentic Moroccan lunch, cooked in a back lane by two women. The food is varied and delicious and our ...
... the following day just walking around the Medina getting purposefully lost and trying to find some hidden gems as well as looking for that perfect photo opportunity to try and capture what the town in the right light. I am not sure we managed the later but Gabriella was certainly happy when we found a few shops selling old jewelry and similar pieces, even it took the rest of the afternoon mulling over it in her head which we were looking around to go back and ...
Another late breakfast after which we strolled to the top of the fortified town wall. Candelaria (from the riad) had told us where to find the textile enclave of the medina. She had described a short djellaba produced locally that was very popular in Norway (Interestingly enough, the locals didn't care much for it!) - she had a small export business. As I was curious to see what they looked like, we went to investigate.
We ended up at ...