Hotel Anfa Port
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... one of the largest in Africa. The population grew quickly and by 1912 was 59,000.
From 1915 the French architect Henri Prost set about planning a new city with wide boulevards lined with apartment buildings to house a population of 70,000. By 1950 Casablanca was booming and had a population of nearly 1,000,000.
Today Casablanca is the country's centre for trade, industry and finance and it also houses the stock exchange. It is an ...
... for lunch which was really really good and cheap. We also brought some almond butter (think peanut butter but with almonds) which is very nice.
After wards we get back on the tram and head to the beach (Ain Diab). It was actually nicer than I was expecting although a little breezy on this day. After relaxing and Gabriella had her Magnum we walked the famous Boulevard de la Corniche and just carried on around the ...
... I was away a doctor was summoned and took Lauren's blood pressure and sugar – his professional recommendation was for Lauren to have some juice. She had some on the flight and nearly immediately perked up. A little bit of placebo effect may have crept in there. By the time I returned the doctor was packing up and Lauren was looking a bit more stable. We returned to the immigration point and pleaded an official into letting us cutting to the front of the line. If ...
... the deceased King Mohammed V and he was clear that he wanted it to be built on the ocean because God’s throne is on the water so those faithful can contemplate God’s sky and ocean when they come to pray. Other than the bathrooms, it’s an impressive and beautiful landmark and was worth the trip.
We continued on our tour through many different parts of town, past palaces, through winding busy city streets and found ...
... for easy prey, so you can never be completely relaxed. This plaza/pedestrian street feels like a breath of fresh air. I walk up Mohamed V boulevard, also for pedestrians only. Many of the shabby colonial era buildings have gotten a fresh coat of paint--I guess because the king passed through here when the tramway was inaugurated. But the paint only got so far. After a couple blocks, the buildings look completely run down again. A bit farther, and off to the left is ...