Riad Chi-Chi

Address: Derb el Anboub 12, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on Derb el Anboub 12, Marrakech, is near Ali Ben Youssef Medersa (Madrasa), Bahia Palace, Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret, and Museum of Marrakesh.
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          Seaside to souks

          A travel blog entry by ruthii on Apr 05, 2015

          ... without it seeming as though I had not enjoyed it. Stacey had to polish off the creme brûlée I had ordered, or I feared my stomach might actually burst. One thing in Morocco that future visitors should take note of - they could give the Americans a run for their money in terms of portion size in restaurants. By the third day of our trip, we had kearned that sharing meals would be the way forward - each meal easily feeds two, with food to spare! After lunch, it ...

          More haggling

          A travel blog entry by mushbird25 on Nov 27, 2013

          2 comments, 19 photos

          ... stocked up with cheap Moroccan wine sold in 1.5litre bottles for about £5. Camp Fedoauis was on the outskirts of town.

          The following morning the truck left early to drop people in town, as we were planning to stay there for dinner a few of us stayed at the camp enjoying the sunshine and got a taxi into town at lunchtime. We went for a tagine lunch, paid double the price than Fes and had half the amount. Feeling ripped off ...


          A travel blog entry by travellingyak on Oct 25, 2013

          10 photos

          ... The garden is named after a Frenchman who came to Morocco in 1919 to pursue a career as an artist. When he died as a result of a car accident, the property was eventually purchased by Yves Saint Laurent, whose input has assured it's continuing existence. The garden is given over to bamboo, date palms, all kinds of cactus, huge jade bushes and other similar plants from every continent. Pools and colourful pots and walls complete a most unusual and tranquil ...

          Magical Morocco

          A travel blog entry by lishinlondon on Dec 01, 2012

          134 photos

          ... seeing the back breaking amounts of labour put into making something so small. We also visited a tannery, when I walked in I was handed a piece of mint which I didn’t understand at the time however 2 minutes later I was hit by what felt like a wall of the most disgusting smell ever. Funny that I always used to love the smell of leather however after that I think I'm off the smell for life. It was interesting to see the massive barrels of dyes outside and all the walls lined ...

          Everything but beer!

          A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip on Oct 13, 2011

          7 photos

          ... their generosity of spirit and to help protect the tourists who come here to spend their money so freely. It is evidently working because the cheerfulness of the people and their willingness to help, usually without asking for any money, makes us westerners seem pretty shallow in comparison. In all of North Africa, Morocco stayed completely out of the Arab Spring mostly because they had a lot of respect for their leader. That speaks volumes, and I’m sure the king is proud of his people as ...