Riad La maison d'a cote

25 derb Lakhouaja, Meknes, 50000, Morocco | Hotel
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From Rome to Morocco

A travel blog entry by lasallelgu

... thing as the metal supports used throughout Italy are now corroding and causing a great deal of damage at a high financial cost--something you won't find at Volubilis.
Our ability to travel to Africa in and of itself was amazing, but adding the Roman ruins brought a level of depth and historical background to the trip. I feel incredibly fortunate to add another part of the empire to my list of visited locations.

- Steve Johnston

Foothills of the Rif Mountains

A travel blog entry by cahoward


... for heads of departments so he is far more influential than the English monarchy. Graffiti is not dissimilar in Meknes. More paved roads than India. Carnival in the town similar to ours. The first stop was Volubulis, a roman ruin of great proportion, then the Moulay Ismail mausoleum....he, the king, had 500 concubines and 800 children. And he had time for wars! We ended the day belly dancing at Palais Jamal. Great day. ...

Roman the Ruins

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92


... about almost two hours to walk through the entire site, and Rashid was a wealth of knowledge about the various ruins and mosaics.

After the trip to Volubilis, we took a back road around the hillside to Meknes and made a quick stop above the town of Moulay Idris. The holy town of Moulay Idris is the location for the tomb of Moulay Idris, the great grandson of Mohammad (founder of Islam). Moulay Idris is considered the founder of Morocco as he united the ...

More of morocco

A travel blog entry by kateanddrew


After a lovely breakfast of breads and honey we were picked up from Rabat and went off to Meknes. There are over 50 palaces in town, all huge it seems. There are these amazing gates all over the city that open on to the medina, they all have different patterns on them and have different meanings. We visited a mausoleum for the king who created ...

Day 11 Rabat - Meknes

A travel blog entry by lindasarah


In Casablanca we visited the impressive Mosque of Hassan II, opened in 1993 and second only in size to the Great Mosque in Mecca. It can accommodate 25,000 worshippers and is one of the only religious sites open to non-Muslims. At a cost of $US800 million, it took 6 years to build working 24/7. Can't understand why some of that money couldn't have been spent on ...

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This hotel, located on 25 derb Lakhouaja, Meknes, is near Cascades d'Ouzoud and Paradise beach.
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