Golden Tulip Farah Casablanca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we went to the back of the queue once again. Finally new cards in black ink, another long wait and we were through just in time to dash through the airport to the departure gate to board. Oh no! Plane delayed. Rushed for nothing. Uneventful flight to Qatar. I got 7 hours sleep after downing a couple of sleeping tablets so felt quite good. An interesting wander around Qatar airport between flights then at ...
... a wander around as we weren’t meeting until 6pm and I didn’t think anyone else had arrived yet. I needed water so looked at a map and saw there was a bus station at the end of the street. I assumed that would sell water there and thought I’d be safe enough to walk there alone. The bi=us station was on a street that had heaps of people selling stuff on the footpath and some shops were open so I wandered around for a ...
... grip on it so it didn't fly. The teen kept running as he gave up and aborted his robbery attempt. Casablanca has many slums.
An outdoor market was in full swing. We picked up some red bell peppers and carrots.
The Biggest Mosque in Africa
... cause he finished up at midday. We went to the Mendra gardens and fed the HUGE carp! Then to Saadian tombs, Bahia Palace, Dar Si Said Museum and one of the local pharmacies to have a few different spices explained. There were a few people buying cumin, apparently if you drink it in water it helps with an upset stomach/ any stomach problems apart from constipation. We then had the afternoon for ourselves. We headed back to the hotel to wait out the heat next to the pool/ get in ...
... our route was to the Hassan II Mosque. Opened in 1993, it is the 7th largest Mosque on the world. It’s built on the shores of the Atlantic partially constructed over the water on a pier. The mosque holds 25,000 people inside and the grounds is capable of holding another 80,000 people. It’s very impressive and beautiful with its dome towering 690 feet, the tallest in the world. Atop is a laser light that is ...