Golden Tulip Farah Casablanca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... here and the hotel actually has a fantastic French restaurant. Due to the fact that truffles are in season, they are putting truffles in everything right now. They have a delicious porcini and truffle soup that makes you want to lick the bowl. I had steak tartar there this last week had the waiter ask me if I realized it would be raw! He told me Americans always try to order the tartar well done! The popular drink her is Moroccan mint tea and there is a whole ceremony ...
... drunk throughout the day by Moroccans. Sitting for a cup of tea with new acquaintances or after a strenuous day appeared to be a key part of Moroccan culture and we adopted it almost immediately.
It was so nice to finally be where we would be able to sleep and drop our bags that we chatted for a bit before going on a short tour and turning in for the night. Our dar was three stories high with one guest room off the great room, two rooms on either side of the atrium ...
... guys, came into the restaurant & said to us that he was a bit worried because there were a couple of guys under the bus & he thought they were trying to break into the luggage compartment. He'd told one of the waiters & they weren't worried & said that they were just looking for something. A little while later we were told that they were looking for a way to stow aboard the bus as they thought that it was going ...
... has classical Islamic architecture such as the Palace and the Mausoleum, photos of both. We also visited the fortress so a good cross section. Cats everywhere even at the royal palace so hopefully they have a better life there. The royal palace was a walled city but I think that just means that there is a wall around it, nothing else appears to be there except the palace, the staff quarters and the mosque. The prime minister and the king work in the same office which ...
... to see anything Lauren and I took some of the cold/flu tablets (I was beginning to feel the onset) and set our minds to the task ahead. We would walk through the medina (market district) to the mosque. These were really the only two sights to see in Casablanca as, despite the romance of the eponymous movie, it is mostly an industrial city.
The Medina District was a labyrinthine series of narrow alleys flanked by stalls selling everything. Lauren and I were ...