Sofitel Thalassa Marinasmir

Address: Route de Sebta, BP 768, Tetouan, 93200, Morocco | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Route de Sebta, BP 768, Tetouan.
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Travel Blogs from Tetouan

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A travel blog entry by sparklez on Mar 20, 2014

... the store. While they worked they talked about going to Mecca. The merchant as a child dreamed of opening up the crystal store and getting rich enough to go to Mecca. The merchant went on about the people he saw pass his store going to Mecca. He told Santiago about how happy the people who went to Mecca were. The merchant talked about how
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The Road to Morocco

A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Oct 31, 2013

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... thought that he was the parking man, but it turned out that he was a self-appointed person who would “help” us. After negotiating with the parking man – have we mentioned that Moroccans either speak Arabic or French? – we parked our car and walked back down to the hotel. All the time, the self-appointed guy was walking and talking. When we got to the hotel, he indicated that he wanted some form of payment. So, I checked my wallet and gave ...

I lost my money

A travel blog entry by zlx on Oct 09, 2013

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I take the boat to Tangier today. The language they speak there are different with my hometown. I meet a young boy that can understand my language, he said he can take me to Egypt, but at first i need to have enough money pay for it. He said he will take me to there, but at the final i find that he is ...

Coming Back With So Much More

A travel blog entry by ar1656 on Jun 24, 2013

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... been ranked many times as a very friendly tourist country (although I'm not sure how accurate that is).

While we were in Morocco, I got to try my hand at bartering. I was probably one of the best barterers in my group. I learned from the best (Dad's side of the family). It was so exciting to get to negotiate to the prices I wanted. Huge adrenaline rush... Which led to a huge money deficit... I can't say it wasn't worth it. Some of the best souvenirs I'm ...

Wednesday May 22

A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on May 22, 2013

1 comment, 22 photos

... were too smart for them. One fellow however was walking in our direction and struck up a conversation with us in very good English. It seemed he was going everywhere that we were going. Every time we turned around there he was. Amazing coincidence hey? Finally I asked him to leave us alone but he begged to help us get the most from our visit and Susie succumbed to his 'charm' and price of 10 Euros. We saw the Medina, Great Souk, Small Souk, Kasbah ...