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... and it remained under their power (with a few minor interruptions when pirates took over) until 1755 when the great Lisbon earthquake destroyed the settlement.
The town was re-established by Sultan Mohammed Ben Abdellah in the middle of the 18th century. In the 19th century Europeans settled in Casablanca and in the beginning of the 20th century the French obtained permission to construct an artificial harbour which ...
After breakfast, our journey will get
started to Middelt passing via Ifrane to Azrou which is blanketed by
cedar forest where there are wild monkeys. So, we could take lovely
photos with them and lunch will be at Zaida or Middelt. After that, we
drive to Ziz Valley via the Atlas Mountains and enjoy seeing the
landscapes of Middelt. Then, we ahead to Rich city while exploring some
berber tribes that ...
... for the nostalgic decor and a great meal. All of the 1943 Humprey Bogart, Ingrid Burgman movie was shot on a set in California so there are no actual scenes from Morocco. An entrepreneur has opened Rick's Cafe in Casablanca. It has a 40's theme and an American menu. I had the "Obama Family Chili" and Dave had a burger with fries. It was a surprisingly atmospheric and enjoyable meal.
... didn't have a guide. We had a sleep in and late breakfast, before slowly packing up. We were trying to savour the 5 star hotel for as long as we could cause the next few weeks we would just have a tent and mat! Around lunch we caught a taxi into the medina close to where our hostel was. Me and a girl from the tour, Ally, ended up in an argument with the driver over the price. Our guide had told us it should only be 12 DH but he was trying to charge 30 DH, we ended up paying 20 ...
... wailing) several times from mosque towers throughout the city.
We also toured the lower level that was a series of baths. They looked more like fountains that were used for bathing traditions. It was very hard to hear and understand our guide but we listened as he described what they washed and how many times. We were then given the opportunity for a bathroom stop before continuing. I thankfully, could decline! We found it odd that ...