Hotel Caesar

Address: Tangier, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Tangier, is near Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou, Medina of Tangier, and Tangier Casbah.
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Travel Blogs from Tangier

Granada to Tangiers

A travel blog entry by dles3222 on May 24, 2015

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... digs, Roman walls & the oldest bullring is Spain dating bck to mid 1700s. It also the "Newbridge" built around 1750's to replace the old bridge. It connects thee "Old town" to the "New town"'. The chasm that it spans is frightenly deep. Aspectacular view to look at the bridge over this deep chasm built so longago. Marvellous engineering in any time. We visit the bullring which is still operational. It is very beautiful & has an ...

Now, I have enough money to go to the Pyramids

A travel blog entry by gengkray on Oct 31, 2014

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... like changes. We sell crystal bottles with fresh mint tea under a mountain so lots of people come to our shop for tea and also amazing crystals everyday.
Because of nice profit, I made a lot of money this year in Tangier so I am sure I have enough money to join in a caravan to cross the desert since Urim and Thummim showed I should continue my journey ...

Cats, fish and the ghosts of the beat generation

A travel blog entry by marko.hajdinjak on Aug 27, 2014

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... stop, take a few fishes and throw them to the cats. Couple of minutes later, few more fish heads would start to decay in the Tangier heat. Or we would sit in a restaurant, a cat would enter and say “miaow” in Arabic, waiter would reach into the refrigerator, take out a small fish and throw it on the pavement in front of the restaurant. Kitty would have her lunch, leaving behind another small contribution to the omnipresent fishy smell of Tangier.


A Day spent in Africa!!

A travel blog entry by fiwigang on Jul 19, 2014

3 comments, 34 photos

... kaftans - and with the heat, I can imagine that it can become unbearable. Chris was keen to buy one of these but when Bob told him that the custom around wearing these is that you cannot have anything else on underneath, he quickly changed his mind :)

The official languages spoken in Morocco are Standard Arabic and Berber - although French is a third, 'prestige' language, used in most of their business dealings (they were a French protectorate from ...

Jack Reacher

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Jun 09, 2014

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... to get lunch at one point during which we were accosted by about 6 restaurant spruikers in the main square. Each restaurant in the square is right next to the other and looks to sell the same Moroccan fare for similarly low prices. I had my heart set on pizza so we kept walking and luckily for me we found a cheap pizza restaurant not even a ...