Dar al Assad

Address: 29 Derb Hajra, Marrakech, Morocco | B&B
 
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      Advertising Agency - Letting People Know Your Offers

      A travel blog entry by utwordpres534 on Jan 12, 15

      ... example. If this information is wrong the customer might stop visiting your site. Also, new customers may be looking for a current promotion when they are comparison shopping.

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      A travel blog entry by webdesigns460 on Jan 12, 15

      ... you are making a page not to impress an online reader with your web page design but to make them sign up for your services or offers and help you build your subscriber list. With this, you have to make sure the fonts are readable and friendly to your reader's eyes and your message clear to your audience.

      Brand yourself as an on the internet expert. You will stand a better chance of enrolling more distributors if you can ...

      Off to Marrakech

      A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Jan 02, 2015

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      ... He shakes hands, gives us a hug and touches his heart.

      So now we have no hesitation and going into shops, knowing that there is no pressure to buy, the people are just so happy we have taken the time to look in their shop. Same applies to restaurants, they want to show you all the good food you can eat, and when you tell them no maybe later, they shake your hand and tell you to come back another time. And they do this with such a big genuine smile.

      The ...

      Shop till you drop

      A travel blog entry by madkath on Dec 28, 2014

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      It's our last day - so as we have half empty bags we have to fill them! So it's off to the souks to do some haggling. Lamps first - three coloured lamps for less than £15, bargains I think. Real leather babouches for 200 dirhams, some pots, a teapot and a lovely leather pouff. And a lovely punched metal lamp. Done. Lunch at bourganvillia - tasty pizzas! Back to pack our bags then off to the airport to head home. What a fantastic week, love Morocco, hope we'll be back ...

      High Atlas Mountains...Morocco!

      A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Oct 12, 2014

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      ... expressed by our guide, Galli, and not validated by our personal experience or validation):
      Moroccans are primarily Sunni, like the majority of the Muslim world (approximately 85% of Muslims are estimated to be Sunni). They believe the Quran is the verbatim words of God. Also based on the Sunna (the deeds and sayings of the prophet, that have been recorded in a book). The Sunni follow the sect of Islam that believes the Muslims can select the new ...