Dar Ouladna

Address: 69 Jawhar, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | 5 star b&b
 
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This 5 star B&B, located on 69 Jawhar, Marrakech, is near El Bahia Palace, Tanneries, Mellah, and Maison Tiskiwin.
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    Southern Morocco

    A travel blog entry by farmersmart on Jun 11, 2015

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    ... amp; some of them looked spectacular. There were camels & horses at the end of the beach. The beach is quite nice.

    The next day was our last day & we just walked around town & enjoyed the town. Some of us had a hot chocolate, which was so thick, we literally had to eat it with a spoon. It was good. We had lunch again at the Loft café. Some of us walked the length of the beach again. We caught the bus to Marrakech in the afternoon. We ...

    Flight to Milan

    A travel blog entry by nfannin on Jun 02, 2015

    Today we decided to have a lazy day since we fly out of Fes to Milan tonight. The receptionist at the hostel told us about a spa that was good and inexpensive and he said he could take us there. We thought we were going to walk but then he hailed a taxi and we drove there. It was very close to the blue gate but not in a place we would have found on our own. Once inside we decided to do the traditional Hammam with a body scrub and body wrap and then a 30 min massage all ...

    Fes to Marrkech

    A travel blog entry by dles3222 on May 27, 2015

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    ... each other with what feels like millimetres to spare. The tour group gasp. Large drainage channels are often on the shoulder of the roads to add to the danger. The land looks very dry as we head further south and its not summer yet. The creeks are dry and no dams visible.
    .We pass through M'rirt an open marketown. There are always a large number of incomplete building in thee towns which look abandoned. There are speed cameras all along the roads, with heavy ...

    An orgy for the senses

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Mar 28, 2015

    ... Here, locals and tourists rubbed shoulders as they jostled for space in the smoky, vibrant cafés - known only by their stall numbers. Surrounding the food market, a line of escargot stalls were doing a roaring trade, while fresh orange juice stalls had customers lined up to sample the freshly-squeezed nectar. We were ushered into stall number 117, with its long thin tables packed with diners, like all the others, an open fired kitchen at its rear. Perusing the menu, we were stumped ...

    Marrakesh - Day 11

    A travel blog entry by tlburgess on Nov 12, 2013

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    ... he was satisfied with his masterpiece.

    We took the bus back to the riad to dump off all of the materials we had taken to the project, then went into the Medina for some lunch and shopping. I’m not going to be around for the next 3 days as we had excursions organised so this might be my last time to visit the Souks. Every time we left the riad now we received abuse from the local shop keeper who had a problem with Sam. He shouted ...