Residence Amina

Address: 3 rue ibn oudari, Marrakech, 44000, Morocco | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located on 3 rue ibn oudari, Marrakech, is near El Bahia Palace, Chez Ali, Tanneries, and Mellah.
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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Marrakech

        Seaside to souks

        A travel blog entry by ruthii on Apr 05, 2015

        ... us, and the sweet smell of freshly squeezed orange juice was cut through with exotic spices and delicate herbs. By this point, we were ravenous, our mouths watering in reaction to the clamour of scents around us. We stopped off in a small courtyard, overlooked by long balconies, where brightly painted tables and chairs were laid out in front of a vibrant cafe. Here we ordered what we thought would be a manageable 3 course meal with an extra portion of skewers to ...

        More haggling

        A travel blog entry by mushbird25 on Nov 27, 2013

        2 comments, 19 photos

        ... on to the truck’s ladder and wouldn’t let us close it so we could leave. After Ishi managed to get the ladder shut we drove towards the road with the kids chasing us, one little bugger threw a rock at us which luckily didn’t smash the window. It turns out they wanted us to leave the football!

        We hit Marrakech and were dropped off outside the Medina and Square so that we could explore. There was a huge ...


        A travel blog entry by travellingyak on Oct 25, 2013

        10 photos

        ... and must not be higher than the tower of the Mosque. This gives the city a pleasant uniformity, marred only by the narrow streets of the old city, which are constantly choked with traffic. Cars, small trucks, donkey carts, bicycles, motor bikes, buses and horse drawn tourist carriages vie for position, whilst pedestrians find their way across streets amidst the chaos. Add the cacophony of horns, music and loud voices and one is soon on visual and ...

        Magical Morocco

        A travel blog entry by lishinlondon on Dec 01, 2012

        134 photos

        ... was any oncoming traffic. To a local it would have looked very man in traditional attire being followed by 8 western girls giggling and running after.

        Lunch thank goodness was not a tagine however I feel is still worth a mention. My excitement of not having tagine was slightly dampened when we pulled outside of a shop with a massive barbeque outside and rows of animal carcasses strung up in the non-existent window. We trekked through the carcasses upstairs ...

        Everything but beer!

        A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip on Oct 13, 2011

        7 photos

        ... With the closing of the doors, the place looked different, and we soon took a wrong turn and found ourselves wandering through unchartered territory. The girls were getting nervous, I could tell because they were talking at a higher speed about routine things like TV shows. The places got darker and the crowds got a bit thinner, and I started to get a little bit nervous myself. There are few women out on the streets at any time, and fewer at night. But I would give an Arabic ...