Hotel Riad Casa Hassan Restaurante
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Riad Casa Hassan Restaurante Chefchaouen
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... long haired member of our group was offered marijuana on more than one occasion.
Our guided tour took over two hours and our guide was full of information. He showed us where an old synagogue was and gave us all sorts of facts and figures. Chefchaouen was founded where it is because of a vast underground water source that flows aboveground through the city continuously.
Chefchaouen used ...
... catching the boat from another port back to the mainland. We
bought some salmon & salads & barbecued our own meal on the rooftop
terrace that night.
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... 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 ...
... better Moroccan meals we have had.
The last day unfortunately Gabriella was not feeling that great so I set off on my own in the mid morning to walk up to the monastery that is a twenty minute walk away and overlooks the town (so yes read uphill - but not to bad). After wards I took the slow way back walking around the edges of the Medina before making my way back. By then Gabriella is feeling a better so we head off to have some lunch before ...
... sandpaper). Ouch, that was a long, painful process! I felt my skin red raw and tingling from the process. Whoever believed in exfoliating anyway? Another rinse-off and then came the mud (this is when Chris remarked that he felt like a pig wallowing in mud!) ..... followed by a final shampoo (to remove any remaining black soap and mud) and rinse.
Although it was not altogether an unpleasant experience, neither of us was sure if we ...