Riad Dar Nimbus

Address: Bab Taghzout - 40 Diour Jdad, Marrakech, 24000, Morocco | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on Bab Taghzout - 40 Diour Jdad, Marrakech, is near Souk Cuisine, Gueliz, Maroc-Expe Rando Quad, and Royal Palace of Marrakech.
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    Travel Blogs from Marrakech

    Second-last night in Morocco

    A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank on Jul 03, 2015

    4 comments

    ... 9pm; the speaker towers blasting prayers in the early hours of the morning preparing everyone for the next day of fasting. While our dinners have sometimes been delayed there have never really been any issues and so it has been a great experience to see such a significant religious practice in action. After a final look around the area we gathered together and walked back to the same bus station we'd been dropped off at two days earlier. The coach trip back to Marrakech was ...

    Lost in the souks

    A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank on Jun 30, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... protected from the scandal that is women dancing). Lastly were the living quarters where his four official wives and their children lived (his favourite obviously occupying the most grand space). As with other cities in the tour we spent a lot of time negotiating the cramped alleyways of the medina. But at this time of the morning most of the souks were doubling as workshops: shopkeepers sitting dying leather goods and stitching bags and sandals; a chorus of tapping ...

    Medina madness

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Apr 06, 2015

    ... for a mosque, which you would think would be an easy thing to find in this city, but as we were pushed and shoved onwards, no mosque was to be seen. We concluded that we must have been carried, unseeing, past it earlier and so turned around and tried to swim against the current.

    A restauranteur called out to us to offer his hell, but we declined with a wave of our hands. When we saw the bright lights of Jemaa El Fna in front of us, we knew we had gone too far, so ...

    Bahia Palace and the Majorelle Gardens

    A travel blog entry by jowhiting on Feb 23, 2015

    96 photos

    ... The tombs belong to members of the Saadi Dynasty that ruled Morocco at the time. Outside in the gardens the tiled graves are those of servants and soldiers. There are 66 tombs in the two main mausoleums and over another 100 in the gardens.It doesn't take long to walk around and the highlight is the Hall of twelve columns where Sultan Ahmed el Mansour and his family members lay buried. You can only view this room from the doorway and it is ...

    Not Culture Shock-Disorganized first impression

    A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk on Nov 21, 2013

    1 comment

    ... dirum, which amounts to just under 1 Euro, I indulge in a light meal. A glass of freshly squeezed orange juice to go along, only the equivalent of 50 euro cents. Branching from the main market square is a long narrow street decorated with merchants in every open space selling all you can imagine. The bright and bold colors of the cashmiri scarfs, gleaming lights coming from lamp sellers, aromas of tea, spices, meat, and other aromatic scents flood your nostrils, ...