Dar Byeda

3 rue Aboujaad, Rabat, 10010, Morocco | B&B
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World Wide Web of Words

A travel blog entry by campelis

... pushing around with the ball of my pen for hours - they feel the grind. My thoughts are running wild but fenced, I need to get outside this box of thought I've been put in and see it from another angle, but the more I read the less I feel I know.

My cigarette just retired, and I'm back to typing with all ten fingers. Maybe these little soldiers will march onto something that will lead me somewhere. Anywhere. Maybe I'll order another coffee and ...


A travel blog entry by campelis


... that hangs off my cheeks with a smile, and I'm eager to be able to say more than where I'm from, my name, and my favorite food. I want to meet people as well as show who I am to them. Much can be said without saying anything, but much is needed to be said as well.

Oumaima's family has invited me to spend the weekend in a town in the North. It would be a great experience to practice my language ...

Continuing Legacy of an Ancient Monarchy

A travel blog entry by gordon.ye


... had lived longer. Still the 44m high tower is very impressive, with a forest of unfinished stone columns on this vast platform overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The necropolis of recent Alaouite kings in the mausoleum is guarded by Berber Calvarymen in full regalia. The marble-clad building resembles a mini-Taj Mahal with the Moroccan style pyramidal roof, it's quite photogenic.

Heading ever closer to the Atlantic Ocean, we arrived ...

If you wanna get married, I know the place

A travel blog entry by travelsofmary


... or if I translated it wrong but I think any American politician would have been thoroughly impressed by his non-answer answer. I asked to be excused "My mom is calling" (by the way mom, still mad you didn't actually call me and save your favorite daughter from being sold like cattle) but before I could leave she took a picture of me to give to her son. I couldn't make this stuff up even if I tried.
After that incident I decided to hang out with those only under the age of ...

And Then There Was One

A travel blog entry by mchilds


... also a lot of fun. Kelly, Joel, and I went to the Medina for a few last minute purchases, including a huge bottle of jus d'orange. Allow me to gush about the orange juice here for just a minute. I have never, in my life, had orange juice as delicious as Moroccan orange juice. It's like a pulpy little glass of pure joy. For some reason, none of us had managed to purchase any of the fresh-squeezed stuff from the Medina until that day. Most likely because it involves ...


This B&B, located in the Gramercy Park area of Rabat, is near Beaches of Essaouira, Downtown Rabat, National Archaeology Museum, and Oudaias Crafts Museum.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding