Riad Libitibito

Address: 6 Derb Ouaihah Sidi Abdelaziz, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | B&B
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This B&B, located on 6 Derb Ouaihah Sidi Abdelaziz, 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

    Crazy Marrakech!!

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on May 04, 2015

    8 photos

    ... face sales pitch and shame you if you walk by them twice. You have to smile and ignore them or it will drive you whacko. They pack the customers, elbow to elbow, into long picnic tables. Every person who sits down to eat gets a small, round loaf of bread. The bread is fairly fresh and tasty, but as I observed the next day, that loaf of bread goes through many hands, literally, before it is delivered to your placemat. We passed the little bakeries where the ...

    6 days - 31 acts of kindness

    A travel blog entry by roundaboutus on Mar 23, 2014

    58 photos

    ... the glistening tiling, exquisite painted ceilings and shelter from the rain.

    Sunshine steamed the wet streets as we emerged, now late afternoon, and we expired the last of our energy in the souk, before taxi'ing out to the glistening train station for our night train to Tangiers. Thankfully the large Arab and his son fell silent as soon as we switched of the light in the cochette and we grabbed some sleep on the speed hurtling train.

    Not another Tajine please!

    A travel blog entry by martandavetrip on Sep 28, 2012

    39 photos

    ... David!

    The food in Fes was nothing special, we managed to find a good falafel café and eat lamb skewers in one of the busy restaurants along the main streets. We drank lots of sweet mint tea and take refuge one night in one of the luxurious riads so that David could enjoy a well-deserved beer.

    The bus ride to Merzouga was a long journey and we decided to break it by spending a night in a small town called Midelt. The young girls at the guest house ...

    Souqs and soup

    A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Aug 18, 2011

    ... br>
    I began the day with a trip to Restaurant Toubkal, in the corner of the square, enjoying the Moroccan speciality of freshly squeezed oranges, a Moroccan pancake with cheese, bread and coffee. A subsequent walking tour took us around the Djemaa el-Fna main square and its surrounding alleyways. This maze of souqs (markets) are a myriad of styles, colour and form, where narrow passages have a distinct charm of their own, despite all sense of direction ...

    Dal Chabab

    A travel blog entry by clementinelarue on Feb 02, 2011

    ... and I don't understand a word but that's okay. A lot of the songs become interactive, pick the next person for the middle type games and I watch as the dullness of the walls and the dirt on the floor and the concerning splats on the ceiling are replaced with great, bouncing energy and the room lights up in a horrible cliché which I feel compelled to use because it's actually quite accurate.

    I'm very responsive to music. A lot of people are but I ...