Tanjah Flandria

Address: 6 Boulevard Mohamed V, Tangier, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 6 Boulevard Mohamed V, Tangier, is near Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou, Medina of Tangier, and Tangier Casbah.
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      Rock the Kasbah

      A travel blog entry by thecrankies on Sep 28, 2014

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      ... need a passport stamp as well as entry and exit cards to get into/out of Morocco. It was the most interesting customs line up we've ever stood in as we sped along and saw a number of other ships making their way through the Strait.

      It was exciting to see our first glimpse of Africa. Although it didn't look much different than Spain overall, there is an entirely different feel to the city once you disembark the ferry in Tangier - starting with ...

      The Lost Cabbie

      A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Jun 07, 2014

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      ... was the price we were paying or we'd walk. One guy was flagged over to deal with us and when he tried for 30 I reiterated the price my guide book told me and Steve chimed in that he'd read it was illegal for them not to use the taxi metre. The driver quickly agreed to 20 Durham and we were on our way.

      During the drive we followed along on the GPS until we realised our cabbie had missed the last couple of right turns he should have ...


      A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on May 10, 2014

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      ... 8217;t end on a “comfortable” note). Then, they played a piece that was very obviously Spanish rather than Arabic, and everyone clapped on the perfect authentic cadence at the end. It was extremely interesting as well that they were using a mix of African drums, the Arabic laud, and the Western violin in their playing. The man playing the violin, furthermore, played it as if it were a tiny cello.

      Before I continue to rant on about the music, ...


      A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 03, 2014

      ... with cheese and honey. It was delicious.

      I was really trying to get to Tangier on a Thursday because on Thursday and Sunday the Rif tribeswomen come into town to sell their vegetables next to St. Andrew's Church. They're usually only there in the morning, but for whatever reason they were still there around 4 pm when I went by. So it was really cool to see them in their traditional garb. "Berbers" they're called. White and red (and sometimes ...

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      A travel blog entry by sparklez on Mar 23, 2014

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      ... s books. He preferred to look out on the caravan and to see the horizon and the stars. One star was there compass point. it would lead them to the oasis in Al-Fayoum. There were other people who would come and warn them about weather or war. The leader of the caravan had dark eyes and looked threatening. But he turned out to be very nice. It took them many days and nights, but they got to the oasis. ...