Hotel Anfa Port

Address: Bd. Les Almohades, Casablanca, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Bd. Les Almohades, Casablanca, is near Hassan II Mosque, Old Medina of Casablanca, New Medina of Casablanca, and Square of Mohammed V.
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    Morocco in the rear-view mirror

    A travel blog entry by aviruthia on May 31, 2015

    1 comment

    ... scientific research, of the CBC, of the social infrastructure that he inherited...)

    Our memory cards are just overloaded with the courtyards of medersas (Islamic schools) and their beautifully painted wooden ceilings, their carved stone archways, their vast tile work, and then more again with the public fountains, the mosques and shrines, the massive city gates. And then, on a smaller scale, while walking the streets of the towns, "Oh, look at that door!" ...

    As time goes by in Casablanca!

    A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Mar 29, 2015

    26 photos

    ... the mosque is visible from afar whether by land, sea or air. The prayer hall can fit in a congregation of 25,000 and its esplanade 80,000. It can get pretty hot and sweaty inside when 25,000 people are praying at the same time. For this reason the prayer hall can become a patio in 3 minutes thanks to its retractable roof. The breeze coming in off the Atlantic can then circulate the prayer hall making it a more bearable temperature. Its 200m high minaret makes it the ...

    Wondering Around Casablanca

    A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Jan 11, 2015

    106 photos

    ... a time and they escorted through the mosque fairly quickly. Because we got there in between the allowed times, we wondered around, taking pictures, and enjoying the ocean. While we were waiting, someone showed us how to tie our headscarves in a traditional Muslim style and then how to tie them in the Berber style. There were several Berber women doing henna tattoos on the boardwalk and one them just grabbed my hand and started doing it! Before I could even say no she was ...

    Bonjour a Maroc

    A travel blog entry by oski on Nov 15, 2014

    9 photos

    ... platforms to wait for the train to Fes. This was our first experience of Morocco, with some of the men in djellabas (loose lightweight dress-like clothing with long wide sleeves and a hood) and most of the women wearing dejellabs or caftans and head scarves. The train station was bustling with activity, and the trains that passed through the station appeared completely full, and in some cases they were bursting at the seams. Rather than take the tunnels between the ...


    A travel blog entry by colleengeoff on Oct 31, 2014

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    ... from the minaret right there. It was absolutely amazing. We then got in the bus again & were told we would be going quickly to Casablanca - which amazingly we did. When there we went to see the green mosque which was all lit up. Just after we had taken some photos the lights went out. So that was well timed too. Then we eventually got to the hotel and had dinner at 9.30. It seems already that this is going to be an amazing ...