Kasbah ait ben Damiette
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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... what a fantastic sight it was when we rounded the corner. We pulled over at a viewpoint over intriguing Kasbah Mirna and Kasbah du Glaoui.
The viewpoint is right next to the gorgeous Kasbah Itran Hotel. (http://www.kasbahitran.com) The price for what it was was extremely reasonable. The hotel could be right out of the pages of Architectural Digest. From our room we had view of one of the two old kasbahs in ...
... A bit of an impulse buy, but I was absolutely thrilled to find something unique that would fit perfectly into my living room. (And they agreed to pay the shipping to the U.S.)
By now it was 2:30 and we had barely left Erfoud (and I thought I was going to escape this dreaded town quickly). Anyway, this time we really did leave Erfoud behind, and before I knew it we were in the middle of desert and scrub grass.
For the next hour or so, the drive ...
... hours so we returned back into town and booked into Hotel Skoura for a night. I have to say that we have stayed at nicer places before definetly cleaner ones. Later in the day we searched for somwhere to have a cup of tea and found a gorgeous place where we could have stayed for maybe 10% more then we paid at the Hotel Skoura. So we decided that if we had to stay another night we would shift ...
... as far as Tamzrit… which feels as unwelcoming as it did back in ’10, so I head down the road, figuring that I’m going to have to hoof it back to Imin Oulou. But in a few moments I hear footsteps behind me. It’s another fellow who was on the van—and he’s heading to Imin Oulou too! Suddenly the long hike in the darkness doesn’t seem quite so daunting.
We get to talking. The fellow is a school teacher in ...
... to the tombstones we are used to. Most of the older ones are unmarked, no names, and there are a lot of very small graves. The Jewish quarter was set up near the kings palace we found out, partly as protection for the Jews, but also for a buffer between the Arab community and the king, and to keep the trading part of town and the money closer to him. Next visit was to the Bahia palace. The palace belonged to Si Moussa the grand vizier of ...