Hard to believe, but our last day in Morocco is upon us. Today’s agenda is to explore as much of Tangier in one day as we can, and then head back home to our own cats, who we miss a lot.
We started the day at the Gran Café de Paris. With its tufted brown leather seats impeccable service, and walls covered with fading photos, you feel like you’re back in the ‘50s here.
This is a famous café. Burroughs wrote here, and parts of The Bourne Ultimatum were filmed here. The outdoor seats are a popular gathering spot to watch the paseo (the evening stroll that everyone takes) on the boulevard. We sat outside and had a nice breakfast.
Across the street, just outside the French embassy, two kittens were playing non-stop, and they provided a good half hour of breakfast entertainment.