Ryad El Borj

Address: 63 Derb Moulay Abdelkader, Marrakech, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 63 Derb Moulay Abdelkader, Marrakech, is near Ali Ben Youssef Medersa (Madrasa), Bahia Palace, Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret, and Museum of Marrakesh.
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    Fes to Marrakech

    A travel blog entry by dles3222 on May 27, 2015

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    ... mountains. Behind them lays the Sahara desert. The highest peak is 4164 M. The ski slopes are at 3300 M and they heli ski from the highest points. Snow is still visible. As we get closer to Marrakesh all the buildings are red. We pass a huge olive farm in which all the trees have died through lack of rain. They must use the local mud. Marrakesh is the commercial hub for the south. Marrakesh was founded in 1060 by the Berber dynasty Almoravid. It thrived on the slave ...

    Marrakesh, Day 2

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Oct 17, 2014

    84 photos

    ... in developing countries, you need to be prepared for an assault on the senses of epic proportions, especially in the large market square!
    We walked a short distance from our hotel to the Saaid tombs, which were built by the dynasty that ruled prior to Moulay Ismael (who built so much of Fez). The tombs are very ornate, and beautifully designed, and carry on the classic motif of Islamic architectural design of having a small water feature in the ...

    Our Moroccan Adventure

    A travel blog entry by twopeasinparis on Mar 01, 2014

    101 photos

    ... ladies, and also painting parts of the house.

    After a day or so, we realised we weren’t really here to volunteer. They were just happy for us to be guests and help out whenever we could or whenever they needed it. We ate tagines every day, and there was always loads and loads of freshly baked bread from their oven in the backyard, and we had the tea for breakfast and at afternoon tea (which was at 6pm).

    Run, Run, Run

    A travel blog entry by georgia_d on Mar 10, 2013

    1 photo

    ... a university/careers advice sessions, with most rooms in the school set up by a different organisation and the students would go around to them, get information booklets and ask questions to the representatives. Since all the conversing was in French or Arabic, I spent most of that afternoon admiring the walls in various classrooms.

    Don't let a man put a snake round your neck

    A travel blog entry by harryvs on Feb 02, 2012

    ... on a leaf. The train to Casablanca was rather impressive; a 1970s French carriage it had leather seats and air con (or in this case very warm heating! We both had little sleeps. I read my bible: The God Delusion and Tim read his blasphemic book about Liverpool FC! At the station we got a taxi to the hotel with a very entertaining taxi driver who talked to us a lot and took us to our fantastic hostel, a hotel in fact: 'hotel central'. We weree overwhelmed by the bright ...