Dar Tougga

Address: 564, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 564, Marrakech, is near El Bahia Palace, Tanneries, Mellah, and Maison Tiskiwin.
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    Travel Blogs from Marrakech

    Over to Africa

    A travel blog entry by boeschenblog on Apr 13, 2015

    4 comments, 75 photos

    Even though we flew from Madrid, I couldn't help singing Marrakech Express (that classic CSNY) as we hovered briefly over the Mediterranean and then set foot on the African continent. A first for all four of us.

    We kicked off nine days in Morocco by staying in the heart of the Marrakech medina (the old town) in a hotel created out of seven former houses. Beautiful courtyards, incredible colors and textures, and a gorgeous roofdeck with a great view of ...

    Living the Moroccan Life

    A travel blog entry by stephaniegaul on Nov 21, 2013

    31 photos

    Everyone keeps asking me Why Morocco? Honestly, the soul reason why I wanted to go was to ride a camel? I mean who wouldn't want to travel to Africa and say they did...my plans changed a little bit once arriving. We took Ryan Air out of the Pisa Airport. (**A side note about the airlines over here...Since I am a student we looked for budget Airlines and Ryan Air came up. Our trip to Africa was about 50 Euro round trip, but they heard you like cows into the plane. You dont have ...

    Ourika Valley

    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Aug 23, 2013

    39 photos

    ... then ran off. Pretty cute. After our tea we got back in the van, after having to get past a few men selling jewellery and amethyst stones, then drove through the Atlas Mountains and the Ourika Valley past some absolutely amazing scenery to a little village on the river. The street was filled with shops and stalls and there were all these dodgy looking bridges crossing to the other side of the river. Ibrahim gave us a bit of free time here, so we crossed one of the ...

    Carne, carne, CARNE!! The food (and drink) blog

    A travel blog entry by stupete on Dec 11, 2012

    1 comment

    ... Espinal, Spain). 12. Staying at a casa rural (like a B and B for hikers), the 5 of us sit down to enjoy our included / compulsory dinner served up by our burly Spanish host. Part-way through the soup, our vego friend Anna asks the man what kind of flavour the delicious broth is that she is enjoying. His response? "Carne" (meat). Horrified, having not eaten meat for more than 10 years, she smiles and resists the urge to vomit. As if it wasn't already bad enough that ...

    Marrakech and all our lost mopeds resurfaced!

    A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip on Oct 12, 2011

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... donkey-driven carts occupy the spaces not occupied by cars or mopeds. The bikes you can’t hear coming. The donkey carts take up every atom of space across the road and leave piles of biomass as an extra benefit. We took a turn down a raging street and decided it was a mistake, then turned around and found a street not quite so busy. We found it in the souks (markets) closer to the soul of the city. But the mopeds and the vendors and the sheer activity had us a ...