TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Nisrine Chefchaouen
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... a bicycle & walking track for a while &
then just relaxed by the river. There is a university building with a tower
called Universidad Pontificia & the next morning at around 10am I went to
that building & climbed the tower. I was the only one up there & I
stayed up there for at least half an hour. There was a fantastic view of the
town & the surrounding countryside. It was really nice to sit & take it
... had to fill in a form. Then all drivers had to walk to an office about 100m away to again show passport. Then we had to open the trunk of the car for the customs office, who barely looked inside and gave us a form back. And in between waiting, waiting and more waiting All of this took us probably more than a hour, but we got through and soon we were on our way to Chefchaouen. We arrived in our hotel around 01:30hrs. Time for rest, tomorrow first off road tracks!
... they still look. We are so lucky to have Nabil here and his wonderful friends. Avocado (abika) and zach met us at the train station and we caught the train to this gorgeous beach. Although it is Sunday I wore my one piece and slept on the beach and watched the hundred of maroccons on the beach. It's sad how so many trash and littler but there are no ...
... haven't experienced and the mountains of northern Morocco were in the background, not to mention wonderful people.
Chefchaouen is a town in the mountains known for numerous light blue buildings that offer a very scenic view. We explored the Medina and looked around the stores and walked in a few. There was one store with a great deal of incense and spices, some of it was hanging from the roof, it was really cool to see. ...
... fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">We returned to the square which is full of cafes - it was lunchtime. I tell you, they may be good at painting things blue, but when it comes to culinary expertise, they are hopeless! I don't know why we ignored our golden rule of ordering local food as I am sure they are absolutely fantastic with couscous and tagines, but ...