Pension Palace

Address: 2 Ave Mokhtar Aharden, Tangier, Morocco | Pension
 
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Location

This pension, located on 2 Ave Mokhtar Aharden, Tangier, is near Medina of Tangier, Tangier Casbah, American Legation, and St Andrew.
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Travel Blogs from Tangier

Spies and smugglers

A travel blog entry by jackir on Aug 30, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... Blanca' than Casablanca. I was taking an organised city tour today; language and safety reasons. It was a real pain as there was some sort of protest at the port entrance and we couldn't leave. After an hour of sitting on the bus waiting to exit, I decided to get off, try for a refund (am expecting it too!) and take off on my own. I Couldn't understand what the protest was about but if tourism is so important to them, suggest they get it sorted. Am becoming keener ...

The Lost Cabbie

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Jun 07, 2014

5 photos

... went out to a restaurant which had good reviews on TripAdvisor but was completely empty at 7:30pm. Undeterred I ordered the beef tagine and it was the best tagine I had during our 4 weeks in Morocco. It had beef which melted in my mouth, a heap of vegetables, roasted dates and flavour! It was basically a delicious pot roast. They also gave us free bread and lentils to start with and free tea and a biscuit when we finished. Oh, and it was cheap... happy ...

Africa!

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on May 10, 2014

82 photos

... around our wrists as a bracelet. She didn’t speak a word of English but was very sweet and we took a picture with her. It’s possible that she does that for all the girls who come visit the shop, but we still felt special. We then went to other various places in the large marketplace, including a jewelry shop (where I was sorely tempted to buy a dagger) and a spice shop. The guy at the spice place was a dude in sandals and a “lab coat” trying ...

Tangier

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 03, 2014

... or so eating some bread that I'd bought. I found a store that had a black owner and it just so happened that there was a customer who spoke perfect English in there at exactly that time and helped me buy a giant loaf of bread. In the medina they actually have community kitchens where someone bakes bread for the whole neighborhood and you can pay them by the day or the week. And it's got real fire and a big chimney and looks like a pizza oven but they bake ...

Pg. 61- 65

A travel blog entry by sparklez on Mar 22, 2014

Santiago had been working for the merchant for eleven months now and had enough money to buy 120 sheep and a ticket to Spain. He asked for the merchants blessing, and so he got. As he was packing he picked up the two rocks the king gave him. It made him feel like the king was close to him. he thought about his sheep and how ...

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