Equity Point Marrakech Hostel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Marrakech
Busy and crazy but beautiful city! Lots of markets, sweet medina and crazy people! Recommendations: Atay Cafe Restaurant - great view over city and Atlas Mountains Le Jardon Restaurant - cute garden and good food Dromedar ride in palm tree gardens - cute little walk through the gardens on the back of a dromedar Rent a scooter - no license necessary, fast way to explore Marrakech outside of medina
Adrianjl stayed here on Dec 9, 2012 during their trip titled: Adrian's Travel Blog.
So Morocco's showpiece performer is how the guidebooks describe this city. I can see why. It's a much more accessible place for foreigners to visit than Fes. Fes at times looks and feels medievel. Marrakech is perhaps more European, especially in the look of the street and squares... much much more open - the exact opposite to Fes' claustrophobi...Marrakech, Morocco phileasfarx
Hier nog wat nieuws van uw globetrotters. We kwamen de vierde oktober 's avonds aan in Marrakech. We nestelden ons op camping Caravanning Ferdaous en maken er nog een rustige avond van. Aangezien Marrakech de tweede grootste stad is van Marokko twijfelden we een beetje aan een bezoek aan de stad, we zijn immers niet zo gek...
Well, it wasn't exactly express as we spent 2.5 days in Marrakesh. Day one found us exploring the largest souk in Morocco with one of the busiest central squares in Africa, the Djeema el Fna, and the el Bahia palace.
The medina has nearly 6,600 stores, 40,000 craftsmen and covers nearly 1,500 acres. If we tell you that we got lost afte...