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Time allocation Morocco: Tangier, Fes, Casablanca.

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I am in the process of planning a wander through Portugal, Spain, Morocco and the Greek Isles over a month from mid-June. The time window for Morocco is set: I will be departing from Algeciras on Sunday June 30 to Tangier via the shuttle bus and Tarifa ferry and departing Casablanca to Rhodes by air on Saturday July 6th.

I plan to spend the first night in Tangier, then take the train to Fes for three nights, then the train to Casablanca for the final two.

I am interested in any and all suggestions on whether that itinerary looks OK, places to stay, things to see and do. I have been browsing through the trip reports but would appreciate any suggestions.

I am a senior male travelling alone, my wife is "travelled out", so I am not into adventure/trekking. I am a budget flashpacker, not a backpacker and don't stay at hostels.

TIA

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