This lovely hued city sits on a mountainside. You can take a trail to a place to look back over the entire scene. The Medina is small enough to venture out on your own. All streets are mostly stairs so must be mobile. A quiet city center park is safe to wander with the mothers and their baby carriages. A combination of Arabic, Spanish and French is spoken Try them all! This is a friendly place but it is dry. Can't buy alcohol.
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