TripAdvisor Reviews Mahaliya Chefchaouen
Travel Blogs from Chefchaouen
... of the station in Madrid & it appeared to be in the suburbs &
nothing seemed to match the description I had printed out for the 20 minute
walk to the hotel. Eventually I worked out that I was at a different station
from the one I had printed out directions from. I could see on the GPS that it
was a 1 ½ hour walk to my hotel, so I just caught a taxi, which I should have
done in the first place. Anyway, I arrived at the hotel in plenty of time ...
... and contains narrow streets, fountains, palaces and mosques. Many medinas are car-free as there is not enough space in the alleyways for cars to pass. The medina in Chefchaounen is built on the side of ...
... for the cook group tonight I think)
I have spent most of my day in the closed down restaurant (which is pretty grim looking, but its either this or my tent)
It has even started thundering now, no lighting though, just this low rumble every so often, I think the weather is too miserable even to let lightning brighten up the place, it’s just a low grey cloud surrounding us
... had limited time, we decided just to look and enjoy walking around this castle instead of getting to know the history of it. It was however a great place with nice fountains and gardens beautiful smelling roses which is always nice. We then went to Tio Pepe sherry distillery where we did a tour of the estate, we fist got a power point presentation of the history of the estate and how they make the their wine, sherry and brandy. It ...
... height: 1.428571em;">Learned that the surrounding Rif Mountain region produces up to ONE HALF of the world's supply of hashish, which was fairly evident from the abundance of grow-ops that hug the rolling hillside.