Riad Ma'Ab

Address: 23 Derb Chentouf, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 23 Derb Chentouf, Marrakech, is near Ali Ben Youssef Medersa (Madrasa), Bahia Palace, Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret, and Chez Ali.
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      Once more into the breach, dear friends...

      A travel blog entry by cisamcgu on Apr 12, 2015

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      ... and they should mind their own business !

      First bit of anger we have seen all week really.

      The Ali Ben Youssef Medersa, next to the mosque is a very old Muslim theological college, opened in 14th Century. It used to house over 900 students in 132 small dormitory rooms and, so we were told, only one bathroom ! It was a stunningly beautiful building. The mosaics, carvings and delicate trellis work was overwhelming. ...

      What's your favorite destination?

      A travel blog entry by vanhise on Apr 12, 2015

      ... sites are mosques that are not open to non-Muslims. In Marrakech (where I am trying to decide how to fill 2 days), over half the sites in my guidebook are either not open to the public or are not open to non-Muslims. Of the remaining, several are local parks and 1 is a former palace that was once the most beautiful in the world but has been completely stripped bare. ...

      I survived the Pass!

      A travel blog entry by vanhise on Apr 11, 2015

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      ... or killed. Second his profligate ways put the country in so much debt that he had to ask the French for assistance, leading to the Protectorate that lasted until Moroccan independence in 1961. We asked what happened to the wives and children when the Sultan died and we were told they "just disappeared" This is the end of the official G Adventure trip. I am on my own for the next two days and have no plans. One young woman from the trip is also staying so we'll do something ...

      Taking the high road

      A travel blog entry by michie-and-paul on May 01, 2013

      ... peaks still have a little snow on them. The rest of the trip today is winding our way up, across and then down through the High Atlas. The drive sometimes is very scary, as there was not much room between the road and the edge of the cliff. We passed through the highest point the road crosses, Col du Tichka, which is at an altitude of 2260 metres. I really don't like the road much after the pass, it is so windy and such sheer drops off the edge, but does look good with ...

      African Adventures

      A travel blog entry by jamierobinson on Apr 04, 2013

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      ... discovered (after roaming through the markets with these on) that the sign symbolosied 'Fatima', and essentially meant we were on the search for husbands. Cheeky man! So we got loads of offers (7000 camels at one point) before we decided we should probably rub them off! Jess and Liss both bought some Moroccan oil, which was awesome coz it meant we got to see him make it from scratch. . . Sitting there with a glass of tea, of course!

      The awesome process of Argon ...