Riad Zitoune

Address: 91, derb jdid. Riad Zitoune Laqdim., Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 91, derb jdid. Riad Zitoune Laqdim., Marrakech, is near Jemaa el Fna, Marrakech Souk, Saadian Tombs, and Chez Ali.
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        Crazy Marrakech!!

        A travel blog entry by winegalcj on May 04, 2015

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        ... here (which puzzles me) is to group vendors who are selling identical products or services together – right next to each other. Take the juice guys. There are probably 18 vendors in rows of 6 each, selling orange juice. They all sell it for the same price. The quality of the fruit seems identical. When you walk anywhere near them they call after you “Hey!! Lady!! Buy juice from me!” They call out to you even if you are walking by with a cup ...

        6 days - 31 acts of kindness

        A travel blog entry by roundaboutus on Mar 23, 2014

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        ... in his fog proof jabala amongst the men who offered us tea! We squeezed into a taxi and headed down to Asni. It took a while to locate the next taxi back to Marrakesh, but we warmed ourselves with bowls of bean soup and coffee and gazed at the dense cold fog that hung heavy. Again, packed four across the back seat we blindly pushed back to town, unable to observe the landscape due to the tight fit in the taxi and the misted up windows.

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        Not another Tajine please!

        A travel blog entry by martandavetrip on Sep 28, 2012

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        ... medina was donkeys and people walking. Cars and motorbikes were only found outside in the modern part of the city and we could enjoy walking around the medina without risking our lives and breathing toxic air. We decided to hire a guide to show us around and it was money well spent. We visited a couple of beautiful Medersa (coranic schools), the tanneries, where people still work leather with antiques methods, such as using pigeon poo for bleaching. The different ...

        Souqs and soup

        A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Aug 18, 2011

        ... to my dorm; so so pleased with this Islamic haven of intrigue; diversity; culture; sound and smells: a real breath of fresh air!

        Fri 19th Aug 2011

        Central Morocco has historically played a vital role in trans-Saharan trade routes for Africans; Arabs & Europeans. What with Ammoravid expansion into Europe resulting in Moorish architecture and Spanish Muslims; Saadian sugar dealing and salt-trading by Jews, probably, along with ...

        Dal Chabab

        A travel blog entry by clementinelarue on Feb 02, 2011

        ... out that my replacement has started a series of exotic pirouettes which seem likely to throw him to the floor at any second but by some miracle of gravitational intervention, the boy saves himself everytime, hence the applause. The girl beside me has looped her arm through mine and is swinging her feet to the song and I decide that they're alright these kids, terrifying and predatory at first but then so were my Russian dwarf hamsters and they turned out alright.