Riad Chraibi

9 Derb Azouz, Marrakech, 44 000, Morocco | B&B
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This B&B, located on 9 Derb Azouz, Marrakech, is near Ali Ben Youssef Medersa (Madrasa), Bahia Palace, Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret, and Museum of Marrakesh.
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    Travel Blogs from Marrakech

    Slow down, you move to fast.

    A travel blog entry by donmiller on Oct 06, 2014

    1 comment

    ... No one looks really happy to be there, even the clerk that is getting paid to be there. The Marrakesh bus station is no exception. Although the bus station is in a nice part of town for a change, it was already warming up and I didn't feel the desire to walk around and swear. I decided my best option was to just sit down and wait it out. I think I started an entry or two but for the most part just stared into ...

    Sunday, Bloody Sunday

    A travel blog entry by donmiller on Oct 05, 2014

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    ... scrubbing the fur off. They use every part of the animal, inside and out. So I vow here and now, to not complain about left over turkey sandwiches ever again. While the boys are roasting the brains. By afternoon, there are blood soaked men walking the streets offering there services to perform the butchering if the man of the house has lost the stomach for it. They skin the sheep, and carve up the meat for many future dinners. Teams of guys with carts or room ...

    Catching up with Aussie Friends in Morrocco!

    A travel blog entry by halloween1 on Apr 25, 2014

    35 photos

    ... El Badi Palace- it is the centre peice of Marrakech from which the city expands. The palace took twenty five years to build, with construction finally completed around 1593 and was a lavish display of the best craftsmanship of the Saadian period.Constructed using some of the most expensive materials of the time, including gold and onyx, the colonnades are said to be constructed from marble exchanged with Italian merchants for their equivalent weight in sugar. ...

    Marrakech, Morocco Day 6

    A travel blog entry by asiaconnor on Aug 01, 2013

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    Having only the northern medina left to explore we walked through the souks to the Musee de Marrakech. The museum is housed in an old palace which has a central courtyard complete with a fountain and exquisite tile work. We didn't spend all that long in the museum as all of the signs were in Arabic or French. On the way out we stopped for a drink in the courtyard cafe which serves Moroccan cakes and mint tea. Next to the Museum was the Medersa Ben Youssef which ...

    Not the greatest start...

    A travel blog entry by robinandjulie on Apr 07, 2013

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    ... just). But it was clear that we would have to drive to some sort of landmark before they could begin to direct us. That was not so easy. Stopping numerous times outside numerous places that surely they would know and then calling them produced nothing intelligible. Finally, certain we were very close to it, we stopped at the beginning of a little track where there was a large red sign to a completely different hotel.
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