Tryp Ceuta

Address: Alcalde Sanchez Prados 3, Ceuta, 51001, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Alcalde Sanchez Prados 3, Ceuta, is near El Conjunto Monumental de las Murallas Reales and Feria Insular de Artesania.
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    Travel Blogs from Ceuta

    Final episode - Riff Raff in the Rif

    A travel blog entry by burkeys on May 22, 2015

    5 comments, 25 photos

    The Berber town of Azrou is a market centre at the junction of the roads to Fez, Meknes, Midelt and Khenifra, deep in the Middle Atlas it has sweeping views of cedar and pine forests. Our campsite was in an ancient, cherry orchard its trees bursting with fruit, to which we could help ourselves but typically we’d just bought a half kilo down the road. Barbery Apes live in the cedar forests and compared to the Gibraltar apes these (two to ...

    I Fort you Would be Open

    A travel blog entry by skdude on Apr 19, 2014

    11 photos

    ... the checkout assisstant. Nattering in spanish she would point at the next trolley and we would nod our heads. We managed to completely break the conveyor belt with the weight of our purchases, meaning that in the end we would count each item in the trolley. Long queues and surprised looking spanish looked on. If you have ever been to Lidel you will know that there are usually long queues due to the number of staff, and we had 2! In the end we had completed ...

    A Straight Crossing

    A travel blog entry by skdude on Apr 18, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... It became clear how the Spanish had managed to hold the section of land for so long.
    Turning to our right we were treated to a view of the second largest fortification in europe. A great fortress which oversaw three tiers of winding fortress walls. These walls had kept the Moroccan muslims out during the 33year seige. Each section of wall was higher than the last and offered no protection from attack from the wall behind. ...

    Crossing the Border

    A travel blog entry by campelis on Mar 31, 2014

    47 photos

    ... men, maybe 6 years old, had their arms thrown around eachothers shoulders as if they were planning a candy shop robbery. I snapped a photo quick and one of the boys pointed and yelled at me. I smiled and asked if they wanted to see the picture, three of the four came running to look. They giggled briefly when they saw themselves on the glowing screen that dangles around my neck, and one, the boy who yelled, walked over, staring at my kneecaps the whole way, and kicked me ...

    Part 2 Book Reflective Entry #2 (47-86)

    A travel blog entry by miradomberg on Mar 23, 2014



    The desert is old and wise. It is so big, it makes one feel small and have the need to fall silent. Santiago too went silent when he saw it, impressed by its mental force. He learned from it, like he did from his sheep and the crystals. The boy could only hear the wind and the hoof beats.

    In my opinion what Santiago said is correct. Even though I've never been to the desert before, I've seen ...

    Traveler Photos Tryp Ceuta

    Santiago and the merchant
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