Golden Tulip Farah Casablanca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... some quite large, living freely in the main floor courtyard where we had our mint tea and checked our wifi. Avril loved them - until the day one crawled to her sandaled feet and took a bite.
Not as cute as cats. And not as ubiquitous. But the history of that lost segment of Moroccan history was nearly everywhere if you looked for it. Which we did. And often when we didn't. Jews have been here for about two thousand years, the ...
... with expensive houses and palaces (eg that of
one of the Saudi princes) on the shore side and equally selective
restaurants and clubs on the beach side we came to the largest
shopping complex in Africa featuring a 1,000,000 litre aquarium
containing 3,000 fish of 41 species and a lift through the centre.
this time Hadim was getting restless and said that we only had a
limited time left – or, his preferred solution, pay more money! ...
... the Second Mosque. It was built on a French swimming pool and looks like it is floating on the Ocean. They started building it in 1988. It took 6 years to build. 80,000 people can fit on the plaza around the mosque, 25,000 people can fit in it. It is the third biggest Mosque in the world. The biggest mosque is in Mecca. It cost $700 million to build. The minaret is 690 feet high. So much like the Taj Mahal only much much larger. Then ...
... a kasbah is to describe them in the best way but what I would say is that they are fascinating places to visit to gain different insights to the interesting and diverse past of this country - both good and bad. Our first Ait Ben Haddou remains my favourite. - ANGRY MOROCCANS: Between the our first angry bus driver from Marrakesh getting in a fight to the numerous examples of locals yelling at each other you get the feeling these are very angry people but it was almost ...
... br> Emerging from our retail therapy it was like another day. The sun was shining and it was ridiculously warm. The walk along the waterfront toward the Mosque of Hassan II provided us with varying perspectives of Casablanca, from the palace to elaborate seaside villas, past rows and rows of slums, keen fishermen lining the foreshore, stalls offering fresh orange juice, barbeque corn and nuts along with the occasional mobile tea/coffee seller ...