Riad Diarna

Address: No 163, Derb Djdid, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on No 163, Derb Djdid, Marrakech, is near Jemaa el Fna, Marrakech Souk, Saadian Tombs, and Chez Ali.
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      Travel Blogs from Marrakech

      Once more into the breach, dear friends...

      A travel blog entry by cisamcgu on Apr 12, 2015

      9 photos

      ... We had a spot of lunch in Djemaa El-Fna and then walked down to the Bahia Palace, getting seriously lost this time - still, all part of the rich tapestry of Marrakech ( plus nowhere is very far from anywhere else inside the Medina walls ). The Palace was empty of ornaments and furniture but full of a German tour group, even so we were able to admire the ornate ceilings and make use of the conveniences !

      On leaving the Palace ...

      What's your favorite destination?

      A travel blog entry by vanhise on Apr 12, 2015

      ... weather and it's mostly been in the 50's - which means I've been wearing 4 layers of clothing to always include my one long sleeved sweater (didn't bring a jacket) Am I glad I came? YES - it's been interesting and unlike any other place I've visited. Is it my #1 destination? No. But then of course none of us could actually come up with just 1 favorite place to ...

      I survived the Pass!

      A travel blog entry by vanhise on Apr 11, 2015

      3 photos

      ... H&M clothing). But we headed to the famous medina and after a short tour of the palace of the last Sultan (and his 4 official wives and 28 unofficial wives) and a museum which could be thoroughly viewed in under 15 minutes, we were let loose on the souks. We saw snake charmers, monkey dancers, sellers of all kinds of Moroccan goods (some nice, some very trinkety). We are all getting better at bargaining but it's still uncomfortable. It's hard not to buy when you are ...

      Marbella to Marrakech

      A travel blog entry by mistere on May 30, 2014

      4 comments, 27 photos

      ... vehicle import paper (TVIP), they had none which meant obtaining one at the border crossing. The border wasn’t too bad, yes there were people approaching you trying to get you to fill in forms with them but I stuck to my guns and the advice of guide books and ignored them, avoiding eye contact. This tall, old guy in traditional dress kept approaching me, it was almost as if he could sense I was a form short. I continued to ignore him until ...

      Exploring the Medina and eating too much breakfast

      A travel blog entry by lyndsay.neilson on Apr 22, 2013

      29 photos

      ... Medersa is amazing old building with many architectural features in common with the Al Hambra in Spain. Difference to this Medina and Fez is that there are motorbikes and bicycles here as the lanes are wider. Is remarkably clean, much more so that Casablanca but then again my memory of Fez is the same.

      The colours are amazing, and the range of goods fantastic! There are not enough people in the world to own ...