Dar al Assad

Address: 29 Derb Hajra, Marrakech, Morocco | B&B
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          Cross Country

          A travel blog entry by jbish95 on Oct 04, 2015

          18 photos

          ... and into a air conditioned area. After a while I headed out back down the same large shopping street I had been down earlier that day and found myself getting a few glares from the locals as they remembered me. And they also seem to never smile. I also found some awesome colourful herbs and spices shop that was full of terrorists. They all got ushered into a room so I decided to follow. It turns out that it was a cooking class so after the short introduction, I decided to ...

          Bewildered at Jemaa el Fna

          A travel blog entry by smittee on Oct 06, 2014

          22 photos

          ... also have good views of the square so we could watch the sunset and all the action in the square. There was good choice of food so we ordered Vegetarian tangine, couscous and salad which came with local bread and olives. The food was nice very reasonably priced and mint tea was really good. The view of the square was like sitting in open air theatre where lot was happening so we got to get the feel ...

          Departing in just two weeks

          A travel blog entry by bregeta on Aug 05, 2013

          ... this(!), the intention is to keep this up in the air so that we can play it by ear dependant on what other backpackers we meet suggest. We land in Marrakech and plan to spend a few days here as it is well known for being the 'cultural hub' of the country. From here however, without any pre made travel arrangements we are free to go off and explore, and that we shall do!


          OFF I GO

          A travel blog entry by halfpine on Jun 01, 2012

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          ... I'll worry about that when I get there...
          The flight from London to Casablanca starts with a passenger announcement for me! What now! Nothing actually, they just want to swap my seat to accommodate a family. Then we board the Royal Air Maroc flight. Arab music. Velvet seats with the arabesques you would expect. A very hot plane. The air con doesn't switch on until the engine starts. Announcements are in French! Could ...

          La La Schukran

          A travel blog entry by jen-steve on Apr 25, 2011

          2 comments, 92 photos

          ... and incredibly rich lentil soup.  All of this with tons of bread to sop up every last drop of sauce.  We likely ate better in Marrakesh than in any other city on our trip...many pounds lost during our travels were put right back on. As Morocco is an Islamic country and much less liberal than Turkey, alcohol is a little harder to find, especially in traditional restaurants and in the medina. There are no liquor stores, and you can't just walk out and find a six pack of beer.  We wanted ...