Dar El Kabira

Address: Rue de Consuls 1, Impasse Belghaze, Rabat, Morocco | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Rue de Consuls 1, Impasse Belghaze, Rabat, is near Mausoleum of Mohammad V, Kasbah des Oudaias, Medina of Rabat, and Chellah.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Dar El Kabira Rabat

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Rabat

Level up: travelled to a new continent

A travel blog entry by redfox418 on Nov 03, 2014

... almost every weekend was interesting. And my scrubbing felt so GOOD. It felt like a pedicure on my body- a couple times the lady pointed to my leg/arm to show me the dead skin coming off. A thorough five minutes of scrubbing later, and here I was with the smoothest skin I have ever touched! I think I can speak on everyone's behalf that once we left the hammam, we were all pretty tired. I had another excellent dinner with a soup reminiscent of tomato soup. Clean, content, and ...

Nostalgic about Nostalgia

A travel blog entry by campelis on Mar 21, 2014

15 photos

... inspiring, and overwhelming - all the time.

Dunia is still fresh in my head, and I managed to get a few of her poems translated - I'll be posting them soon.

I'm nostalgic about this moment - having the time to sit down in a red room with red pillows and red curtains pulled around the edges of an open window with the market below bustling, and write. I get to write, I get to close this computer when I'm finished, pull on a sweater and my shoes, and ...

So Much is So Good

A travel blog entry by hrehak on Mar 18, 2014

3 comments, 1 photo

... time in Morocco is about half over. Though I am ...

Tout en Français

A travel blog entry by maggiedavies on Feb 15, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... So far I have found that I'm using French to communicate with everyone here. I've never been that good at speaking but I can tell I'm already improving. Most Moroccans speak French since they start learning it at school in third grade. In fact it's a point of pride (a sign of status) to speak in French and most white-collar jobs require French. It's lucky for me that I studied French at school or else my communications would be ...

Potato Plant Pillow

A travel blog entry by campelis on Feb 04, 2014

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... laden the table with bright colors and the aroma of tea circles the room. The women laugh in the kitchen as they go about their way, and all I can do is watch as they manage to move swiftly past and around one another as though they were themselves coated in olive oil, sliding rhythmically around the room, hands filled with colorful powders and seeds.

Morocco's commodity chain couldn't wrap around my ...

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